Walking and Cycling
Mayfair Ride Safe Park
Your children can learn to ride their bikes and scooters, while becoming familiar with road rules, in a safe environment. The Mayfair Ride Safe Park at Andrews Farm was designed with the help of local children and families, who also designed and painted the art poles at the facility.
The Mayfair Ride Safe Park features:
- Sealed roadways
- Miniature road signs
- Line markings, intersections and pedestrian crossings
- Art poles designed and painted by local children
- Pretend petrol station and school house
- Natural elements such as rocks and logs to sit on and climb
The Mayfair Ride Safe Park was a collaboration between the City of Playford, OPAL and Anglicare SA Playford Communities for Children Plus.
Cycling and Walking Strategy
It is important to live an active and healthy lifestyle, and while working as a great mode of transport, the Cycling and Walking Strategy explores how the City of Playford encourages and supports cycling and walking into the future as part of the local transport system.
While currently unfunded, these projects are a blueprint on how we would like to see the City of Playford’s cycling and walking trail network expanded into the future.
Walking trails are a great way to keep active on a safe path within parks and reserves around Playford. We maintain the infrastructure of these trails including Jo Gapper Park and the Smith Creek Trail.
SA government-managed Para Wirra Recreational Park and the privately managed Humbug Scrub Wildlife Sanctuary, also include networks of walking trails for your walking pleasure.
Join your Local Walking Group
Walking provides a fun, free and easy way to feel happy and healthy, and everyone is welcome to take part.
There are several walking groups operating in the City of Playford - come along to one of our regular walks to meet new friends and boost your health.
Meet at John McVeity Centre (JMC) at 9am and walk to Stebonheath Park for a play with the kids and walk back to JMC again.
Group meets at the wetlands, corner Douglas Road and Curtis Road (meet at the tables near the BBQs), at 9:15am every Friday.
Organiser: Maureen - 8254 8003
The 5km Stebonheath Parkrun starts at 8am every Saturday Morning from Stebonheath Park. A once-off free registration is required, then you can participate in parkruns in Adelaide or around the country.
Learn more on the Parkrun website.