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Public access to Adelaide Botanic Garden during WOMADelaide

Public access to Adelaide Botanic Garden during WOMADelaide

Date posted: 16 February 2016

Please be advised that closures will affect public access to Botanic Park, Plane Tree Drive, Botanic Drive and the bike path through Botanic Park between Monday 29 February and Saturday 19 March 2016 for the staging of WOMADelaide. The affected areas are as follows:

  • Mon 29 Feb - Sun 6 Mar: Botanic Park will be CLOSED. Plane Tree Drive will be OPEN for parking only. The bike path will be OPEN for through access only.
  • Mon 7 Mar - Tue 15 Mar: Botanic Park, Plane Tree Drive, Botanic Drive and bike path will be CLOSED for WOMADelaide.
  • Wed 16 Mar - Sat 19 Mar: Botanic Park will be CLOSED. Plane Tree Drive will be OPEN for parking. Bike path will be OPEN for through traffic only.

Pedestrian access to Adelaide Botanic Garden can be gained via North Terrace, Hackney Road or the Bicentennial Conservatory Gate on Plane Tree Drive. Limited parking is available on Hackney Road. Access to Adelaide Zoo is via Frome Road only with a bus drop off zone on Frome Road also.

Pedestrians and cyclists are advised to use either Frome Road and follow the River Torrens or Botanic Road and Hackney Road to circumvent Botanic Park.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

If you have questions regarding WOMADelaide, please contact the Event Manager on (08) 8271 1488.

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