Adelaide Botanic Garden: A Spacious Oasis In the Heart Of Down South
Relax in the shade of 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture or with a coffee and some of Australia’s finest plant collections.
An oasis of beauty rests right in the heart of Adelaide. In addition to well-landscaped gardens, the Adelaide Botanic Garden has exceptional architecture over its 50-hectare-span. Covering 50 hectares, the historic garden showcases some of Australia's richest plant collections.
Some of the many sights to be discovered include the beautifully restored 1877 Palm House, the First Creek Wetland, the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, and the Bicentennial Conservatory.
There are regularly scheduled events for all ages in the Garden and is open 365 days a year with no entry fee. Friends of the Botanic Gardens also offer free guided tours at 10.30am each morning (excluding Christmas and Good Friday), departing the Schomburgk Pavilion daily.
Facilities include the Visitor Information Centre and Diggers Garden Shop, offering a wide range of seeds, gardening books and garden wares. There are also cafés on-site, Simpson Kiosk and Cafe Fibonacci, as well as the Botanic Gardens Restaurant, where you can enjoy a fine dining experience.
- Car park
- Coach Parking
- Conference/Convention Facilities
- Enquiry Desk
- Family Friendly
- Food and Refreshments
- Gallery Museum
- Non Smoking
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
- Shop Gift Shop