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Adelaide Botanic Gardens

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Adelaide Botanic Gardens - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

Panorama taken form the lake in Adelaide Botanic Gardens. There is a walkway around the lake, and numerous benches to rest on. It is a quiet and peaceful spot.

Adelaide Botanic Gardens - FURTHER INFORMATION

Adelaide Botanic Gardens - Adelaide visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Adelaide Botanic Gardens' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from South Australia.

The Adelaide Botanic Gardens are just beyond the northeast corner of the Adelaide CBD. Covering 125 acres, the gardens opened in 1857, and the design is influenced by both Kew Gardens in London and the royal gardens of Versailles in France. The gardens are bounded to the north by the Torrens River and stand next to Adelaide Zoo. Entrance to the gardens is free, but entrance to the Bicentennial Tropical Conservatory is ticketed.

Highlights of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens include the Palm House, a rose garden and the Bicentennial conservatory.


Adelaide Botanic Gardens
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000

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