Adelaide Botanic Garden is a botanical garden situated in Adelaide, Australia. The 130-acre garden was opened in 1857, it is administered by the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia. The garden offers magnificently maintained landscape and architecture. It is full of plants that are native to Australia and has many a plant from around the world. The garden has a number of historic buildings that are of interest to many. The garden offers a quiet, peaceful, scenic spot in the city for people to enjoy.
If travelling by car, ticketed parking is available at Plane Tree Drive, the Goodman Building car park and State Herbarium car park. The closest tram stop to the garden is the ‘Botanic Gardens’ stop on the BTANIC line. The 106, 163, 164, 167, 168 and 170 buses all stop close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The garden is open daily throughout the year, it opens at 7.15am on weekdays and 9 am on weekends and closes at a variety of times depending on the time of the year (usually 6 pm or 6.30pm). The garden is free to enter.