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Botanic Park, Adelaide
Categories: Nature & Parks
At Botanic Park, step into an oasis at the heart of the city. Wander through century-old Moreton Bay Figs or picnic under Plane Trees planted in 19th century. This 16-hectare (40-acre) historical garden includes a collection of Australian native and exotic plants. Highlights include a restored Victorian Palm House, the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, and the Art Deco Bicentennial Conservatory. The park has had its own Speakers’ Corner for public debate since the 1890s. Share the space with native birdlife and couples taking their wedding photos on lush green lawns. Put Botanic Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Adelaide itinerary maker.
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Always loved walking the Botanic Park around spring and autumn as there are so many colours of leaves available to take photos of. The place is so serene and lovely.
Ended up in the park by a coincidence. I was surprised by how big it was and how calm it was. I spent a few hours on a field just reading a book
Shaded by huge Mortan Bay Fig trees plus other trees, Botanic Park is a great place to have a picnic with your friends and family. If you get there early enough on a weekend you will find a place to p... read more »
Guilherme de Souza Castro Amaral
Beautiful, well-cared and peaceful place! I really liked there. Nice for riding a bike and for a picnic.
Every 2nd Sunday of the month come down and get together with the legalize marijuana group..it's friendly and very informative
Nice and peaceful but bad for parking when busy
I want to give 6 stars. Really impressed with variety and design. Recommend in autumn.
Host of the wonderful WOMADelaide, but amazing all year round for picnics.
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