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A haven in the heart of the city, the Adelaide Botanic Garden is the most visited scientific and cultural attraction in South Australia.
It's easy to understand the garden's popularity with its range of attractions, including the picturesque Botanic Park, the International Rose Garden, the stunning Bicentennial Conservatory, the Museum of Economic Botany and the enchanting Palm House, just to name a few.
You will also discover numerous statues, water features, heritage buildings, a gift shop, kiosk and the acclaimed Botanic Gardens Restaurant. The garden also hosts many major events throughout the year, and information about them is available on the website.
Free guided walks of the Adelaide Botanic Garden are conducted by the Friends of the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and leave from outside the Botanic Gardens Restaurant every day of the year (except on Good Friday and Christmas Day). Special interest walks can also be booked for groups of five or more by telephoning 08 8226 8803.
Rose displays in the National Rose Trial Garden and the new International Rose Garden will excite garden lovers from around the world.
The tours are also available for groups of five or more people from Mondays to Saturdays and should be booked by writing to:
The Booking Officer, Garden Guides
Adelaide Botanic Garden
Telephone: 08 8226 8803
All tours are free and take about 90 minutes.
A superb fully licensed restaurant is located in the centre of the Garden, which is within walking distance from the centre of the city at the eastern end of North Terrace, Adelaide. Kiosk and cafe refreshments are also available.
The restaurant is open daily for lunch 12pm to 3pm. The Kiosk is open daily 10am to 4pm.
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