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Special Guided Walks

Special Guided Walks

Date posted: 22 September 2014

Nature Play Week – Explore Adelaide Botanic Garden

A fun filled walk in the garden designed especially for children, wander the wetland, forage in the forest and kick-start your curiosity.

Monday, 29 September 10:45am
Tuesday, 30 September – Friday, 3 October 10am daily
Meet at the Schomburgk Pavilion, Adelaide Botanic Garden (map reference H14)
Children must be aged between six and twelve years and accompanied by a responsible adult
Booking are essential, email friendsabg@internode.on.net to secure your place

Plants for the Pantry – Taste your way around Adelaide Botanic Garden

Celebrate Kitchen Garden month with the Garden Guides.

Thursday, 9 October, Sunday, 12 October and Thursday, 16 October
10:00am
Meet at the Schomburgk Pavilion, Adelaide Botanic Garden (map reference H14)
Cost - $2 includes tastings
No bookings required

The Wonderful World of Orchids – Mount Lofty Botanic Garden

Join the Native Orchid Society of South Australia to discover the orchids on display in Mount Lofty Botanic Garden.

Wednesday, 1 October, Monday, 6 October and Wednesday, 1 November
11:00am
Meet at the Lower Car Park, Mount Lofty Botanic Garden (Lampert Road)
Visit the Native Orchid Society of South Australia website for more information

Wittunga Botanic Garden

Guided walks at Wittunga Botanic Garden will now run year round.

Every Tuesday
10:30am
Meet at the car park off Shepherd's Hill Road
No bookings required

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