Kadina is located about 148km north-northwest from Adelaide and is one of the three Copper Coast Triangle towns in Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. Copper Coast Triangle towns are famous for their copper history. As a transit town, Kadina quite often becomes a place to "stretch-a-leg" for people travelling to coast or inland of Yorke Peninsula.
Located at Victoria Square Kadina, corner of Graves Street and Hay Street, this fully fenced playground offers a range of play equipment for everyone. There is fenced area with play equipment for toddlers to primary school-aged children, including a cubby house, slippery slides, monkey bars, swings and many more. Out from the fenced area, there are climbing frames with four swings that more suitable for older children. Not far from this climbing frame area, there is a small roundabout. But the newest climbing frame, completed with a small swinging bridge at the top which is attached to almost two story high house slippery dip is a favourite for older children.
Not far from this playground, there is an old locomotive (locomotive no.231) called an Apex train. This train was celebrated 100 years in 2015 and become an attraction for people visiting Kadina playground.
Kadina playground also has few free BBQ stations, picnic areas with table and chairs, a public toilet and plenty of car park spaces. Walk in distance cafes and shops can be visited after or before playing at this playground.