Botanic Gardens Restaurant: Exclusive Indigenous Dinner



Date: Wednesday 5 May

Time: From 6.30pm - 9.30pm - allow approx. three hours for this fine dining experience

Where: Botanic Gardens RestaurantAdelaide Botanic Garden (Enter viathe Friends' Gate off Plane Tree Drive)

Who: This event is suitable for adult diners and older children

Accessibility: The event has wheelchair access.

Tickets: $200 per person 



Go wild on an indigenous food experience in Adelaide Botanic Garden.

Discover delicious native ingredients growing in a city oasis, and experience a range of edible plants that are uniquely Australian.

You will learn from volunteers with broad knowledge of native ingredients and how they will be used in your meal.

Following arrival drinks and tasting, you will take your seat in the stunning Botanic Gardens Restaurant, situated in the heart of the 51-hectare garden.

Botanic Garden Restaurant's Executive Chef, Justin James, has curated an indigenous inspired menu experience with matching beverages.

Many of the ingredients used across the menu have been foraged from the garden only hours earlier.


Botanic Gardens Restaurant

The multi-award winning Botanic Gardens Restaurant is a heritage rotunda with a fresh contemporary interior, spectacular garden and pond views, located within the beautiful Adelaide Botanic Garden.

The beverage list of local, national and international wines, beers and botanically inspired cocktails, includes the restaurant’s own Botanic vermouth with ingredients sourced from the gardens to give truly unique flavours.

Friendly, knowledgeable wait staff completes the whole fine dining experience.

Botanic Gardens Restaurant is managed by Blanco Horner Hospitality Management, a family-owned and operated company for over 40 years. They follow ethical and sustainable business practises and have built a reputation for delivering unforgettable experiences and creating perfect moments to last a lifetime. 


 This event is part of Tasting Australia


The Botanica Lumina program is proudly supported by Major Sponsor SA Power Networks.

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