Adelaide Botanic Garden Overview
Though it’s located in the centre of the bustling city, the Adelaide Botanical Garden will whisk you into the solitude that only nature can provide. Spread over almost 50 hectares, this garden has been enthralling people since 1857 with its stunning gardens and magnificent architecture along with native wildlife roaming freely here, making it one of the most scenic places to visit in Adelaide.

houses 8 gardens like the Garden of Health (tranquil environs showcasing healing plants), SA Water Mediterranean Garden (stunning displays of Mediterranean plants), First Creek Wetland (beautiful intermingle of plants and wetlands), etc.

Location: North Terrace, Adelaide.

Highlights: 1989 Bicentennial Conservatory, the largest single-span glasshouse in the Southern Hemisphere, turtles, Grey-headed flying foxes, 

Timing: 7:15 am to 9:00 pm
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