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Review of Botanic Park

Botanic Park
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US$53.14*
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Adelaide City Highlights Tour
Ranked #23 of 210 things to do in Adelaide
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 23 September 2013 via mobile

This is a superb botanic park. The gardens are beautiful with a wonderful museum and art deco greenhouse.
An absolute must if you're in Adelaide.
There is a cafe (which I havent been to) which looks great from the outside.
Nice duck ponds. Take a picnic and make a day of it

Thank jpb86
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Reviewed 22 August 2013

Went there on weekend which is good as it's quite easy to find parking and it's $2.20 for 4hr, which is enough to see all the part. It's not too big for kids or and very accessible for people with disability. There are some spaces for picnic. I reckon will be a great place to take the family on summer.

Thank YoyoJury
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Reviewed 16 August 2013

Situated between the Botanic Gardens and the Zoo, this is a beautifully kept area of interesting trees and expansive grassy areas. Ideal for family picnics, reunions, wedding photos or just for relaxing with friends or alone with a good book. Close also to North Terrace, The River Torrens, Adelaide University, East Terrace and the Parklands, it is a good spot to include in a visit to Adelaide.

Thank Liz N
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

The Adelaide Botanic garden is a real treat for everyone. The hothouse is spectacular and don't miss it. All manner of Australian natives are present ,however , on the several occasions I have visited ,the Sturt's Desert Pea is not live in the garden, rather there was an exhibition about the plant with photographs. Go to King's Park Perth to see the flower which is a treat.

Thank liberty037
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

The Adelaide Botanic Gardens are on the edge of Adelaide and provide a very nice interlude from the hustle and bustle with leafy walks and a variety of gardens. The Botanic Kiosk or the Fibronacci Café allow one to just sit, have a coffee or tea and contemplate the Gardens.

Thank Allan C
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