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Highlights of What's On in Adelaide in October The October school holidays are here again, and families with children are hunting around Adelaide for fun things to do and activities for kids. You're in luck this month because the Nature Play Festival has a brilliant range of school holiday activities, and some of them are free. In North Adelaide don't miss the free fun for kids at the Eighty-eight O'Connell Pop-up Nature Maze, conveniently close to shopping and a range of great places to eat.
On October 7 there's a double header of open days: both Government House and Adelaide Town Hall are open to the public, offering more free things to do. Try to visit early if you can to beat the crowds.
Families Will Love Fork on the Road at Orphanage Park
What's On in Adelaide - Free Things to Do in October Adelaide's favourite free food festival is back south of the city, with Fork on the Road returning to Orphanage Park at Goodwood. It was packed out last year, but there's always a huge range of food trucks to choose from. As always expect free live music entertainment and free activities for kids.
Take the family or the dog and explore the new facilities at Roy Marten Park: the council have done a fantastic job, as you would expect for six million bucks. When you're stuck on your own in Adelaide the city has many hidden attractions, here are just some you can find on Halifax Street.