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Events, Weddings and Functions

Events, Weddings and Functions

Boasting three spectacular gardens and Botanic Park, the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia offers a diverse range of spaces in some of the state’s premier outdoor venues.

Private Events, Christmas Parties, Weddings

All private functions and events, including weddings, birthday and Christmas parties, corporate functions and meetings are coordinated by the on-site Event Coordinators at the Botanic Gardens Restaurant.

For more information on weddings and/or to plan your special day, please visit the Weddings Botanic Gardens website.

For more details on holding any other private function, please contact the Restaurant directly on (08) 8223 3526.

More Information

For more information, terms and conditions and bookings for Adelaide, Mount Lofty and Wittunga Botanic Garden wedding ceremonies (including wedding photography and vehicle access permits), visit the Weddings Botanic Gardens website.

For Botanic Park or Noel Lothian Hall event registration and booking forms, visit the Botanic Gardens Restaurant website.

Community and Commercial Events

To express your interest in conducting a public event at the Gardens, including concerts, theatre performances, or other arts and cultural events, please complete the online application form and then email us at botanicgardens@sa.gov.au to begin the application process.

Please note at least four weeks’ notice is required for all event applications. If you are planning a large scale event, please submit your application as early as possible.

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