Where to go for Father’s Day 2015

26th Aug 2015

Not sure what to do for Father’s Day, check out these suggestions. Click on the name of the business to be taken to our listing which will contain more information and contact details for bookings or inquiries.

Soul Food Community Cafe – The Soul Food Buffet Breakfast is the perfect way to start the day. The breakfast runs from 8.30am -12.30pm and you probably won’t need lunch once you have your fill of the Bacon10443439_10152682051614758_2343353869497403124_n, Eggs, Hash browns, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Baked Beans, Pancakes, Cereal & Toast that are included with the buffet. You can also order other items if the Buffet is not your thing. Don’t forget the great kids play area that Soul Foods also has.
Soul Food are also selling Father’s Day gift vouchers, they include a Buffet Breakfast and bottomless coffee for just $20!

Willaston Hotel – Enjoy lunch or dinner in the bistro with full bWillaston small squareistro menu available plus some special meals that Dad will love (pork spare ribs, 300g Graziers Rib Eye, Dad’s Ultimate Steak Sandwich). The Willaston has a great indoor play area, Plus to celebrate Father’s Day they will have a Facepainter and balloon artist from12noon – 2pm & 6pm – 8pm. If you take along our eCoupon you will also get 1 free kids meal per full paying adults meal at the Willaston.

Adelaide Zoo – Adelaide Zoo is home to over 1,800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exIMG_2461 SMLhibited in 8 hectares of magnificent botanic surrounds. The Zoo is open on Father’s Day from 930am – 5pm. You can enjoy a meal or morning/ afternoon tea in either the Wisteria Restaurant or Fig Tree Café. There are also picnic areas throughout the Zoo if you would like to take your own food. This is a day out the whole family will really enjoy and you may even find there are some extra treats for Dad on the day.

Monarto Zoo – Monarto Zoo is the world’s largest open range zoo, with five major habitat exhibits including the Asian Steppes, North Africa, African Plains and Asian Grasslands. Monarto Zoo provides a safari style experience and is an experience Dad and the rest of the family will cherish for yzooGiraffe2Sliderears to come. Monarto is open from 9.30am – 5pm on Father’s Day and a minimum of 4 – 5 hours is recommended for your visit. Ketabi Café will be open from 9:30am-5:00pm and offers a range of tasty treats, small bites and hot meals. For those who prefer to take their own meals, sheltered picnic areas are available close to the Visitor Centre. Please note due to fire risk, the zoo does not allow for the use of BBQs.

Platform 1 – This true farm experience has something that most farplatform 1 main pic sqms don’t – a train the transports you throughout the farm! This is a unique experience that the whole family will enjoy and Father’s Day is the perfect day to experience it. In addition to the numerous farm animals to look at, feed and pat, hands-on railway displays and a fun train ride Platform 1 is also having having Marshmallow cooking over the campfire for Father’s Day and every Dad who visits Platform 1 on Father’s Day will get a free loot bag of marshmallows!

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