Monarto Safari Park and Adelaide Zoo are open under SA Health COVID Management Plans. You must book a ticket prior to your visit, wear a face mask at all times, and follow our entry restrictions. Read more here.

Kytons Bakery is a family owned business and has been making sensational baked goods in South Australia for 77 years. Best known for its multi award winning lamingtons (they’ve won 1st prize at the National Baking Awards twice), Kytons has also won awards for its hot cross buns and Christmas puddings and also makes a range of pies and pasties and a Christmas range.

A range of gourmet baskets and hampers are also available, featuring Kytons upmarket gourmet branding and packaging, these are perfect for corporate or staff Christmas gifts and can be tailored to any size or budget.

Kytons has been assisting community groups to raise money through fundraising drives since the mid 1980s and Kytons products are now also available in Foodlands, selected IGAs & Woolworths, gourmet fruit and vegie stores. Kytons also sells direct to the public from its retail outlet in Edwardstown.

Sharon and Darren, owners of Kytons, love the zoo and animals and the affinity with Hush the ringtail possum fits well with the lamingtons.

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