Botanic Rd Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Adelaide Botanic Gardens is located in Adelaide, Australia and is considered amongst the city’s main attraction , with visitors from all over Australia and other countries.
If you want to stroll or jog or just sit and read in delightful green surroundings, head for the city-fringe Adelaide Botanic Garden. Located on a 125 acre site in the north-east corner of the city, Adelaide Botanic Garden is one of three gardens that make up the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide. The garden was first opened to the public in 1857. The designer drew inspiration from Kew Gardens in England and Versailles in France which gave it a northern European flavour visible today.
Among the highlights is The Palm, a Victorian glasshouse imported from Germany in 1875 and fully restored in 1992. It's used for tropical flora. There's also an Italianate garden, and the Bicentennial Conservatory, a 27-metre-high glass dome housing an array of rainforest species from northern Australia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and south Pacific Islands.
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