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The first place we would recommend is Woorabinda Lake Reserve which is part of the Stirling Linear Park. It is a beautiful shady park and at his time of the year there are heaps of ducklings and other water bird chicks that are so cute.
And if the little ones get tired of feeding the ducks, on a Wednesday you will find lots of model boats sailing on the lake. Talk nicely to the friendly chaps and they will probably let you try out the radio control too.
The only drawback for this park is that the toilet facilities are usually locked, and the closest facilities are here.
If you bring a dog here, it must be confined on a lead as there are many protected animals nearby.
This too has a fantastic diversity of bird life, and is delightfully peaceful - a popular place for young couples to lunch together. It's easy to get close to the ducks and they will eat all you bring, and more. Kids in Adelaide love it!
There are no facilities here other than seating, but that isn't really a problem because a short walk away is the LG Perriam Reserve with toilets, shelter and free BBQ facilies.
This place is particularly good if you have older children too, because St Peters is well supplied with playgrounds to suit all ages and other things to do.
In the western suburbs Apex Park Wetlands has it all in one location. Loads of ducks and other friendly water birds will come running as soon as there is a hint of food, and the seagulls will almost take you away if they can get close.
There are toilet facilities, a playground, shelter, seating and a free BBQ all in the one spot here, so it is probably the easiest of all the choices.