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Published September 26th 2016
A classic Aussie children's story comes alive
Here's a great activity for children and adults close to Bonython Park (Tulya Wardli) and the River Torrens.
The Bunyip Trail is an initiative of Children's University and Adelaide City Council. It invites the discovery of the natural environment of the river and parklands through storytelling. It's based on the popular book 'The Bunyip of Berkleys Creek' by Jenny Wagner, one I certainly remember reading to my children years ago.
If you park your car close to Bonython Park Playspace (entrance from Port Road), you can enjoy the walk down to the river and over the bridge towards The Bunyip Trail. On the way back you can play on the flying fox and the Roktopus Giant Mouse Wheel. With the children of course.
It's a good idea to pick up The Bunyip Trail Activity Booklet from the kiosk near Bonython Playspace before you start or download it here.