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Virtual Garden Tours

Virtual Garden Tours

Immersing yourself in nature is proven to give your body and mind a boost. Even if you can't physically visit a garden, you can still reap some of the calming benefits of nature by exploring it virtually.

To visit any of our gardens via the comfort of home, follow these simple steps:

1) search for the garden you want to visit on Google Maps

2) click and hold on the peg person (at the bottom right of the page)

3) drag the peg person to any of the dots that will appear on the map to take you to that location

4) click and move the cursor around to get a 360 degree view of that part of the garden...and enjoy!

Delve deeper.....

Adelaide Botanic Garden

For a sneakier peek through the garden, use Google's 'Trekker' to navigate the narrow and winding paths, which isn’t possible with Google’s Street View.

START NEAR THE BICENTENNIAL CONSERVATORY
START NEAR THE MAIN WALK, TOWARDS NORTH TERRACE
START INSIDE THE PALM HOUSE

360 degree tour

You can also explore our Little Sprouts Kitchen Garden in this interactive 360 degree tour. Move your mouse around to learn about vegetables, pollination, pests and more!

Virtual Garden Tours

Mount Lofty Botanic Garden

Explore the autumn colours of this Adelaide Hills beauty spot from the sky!

Wittunga Botanic Garden

Explore this hidden gem of a garden with Gardening Australia's Sophie Thompson.

Virtual Garden Tours

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Saving Plants on Kangaroo Island – winter 2021 update

03 September 2021

Following the devastating 2020 bushfires on Kangaroo Island, scientists at the SA Seed Conservation Centre have visited the island a number of times to investigate what botanical treasures have regrown, and to collect seeds and plant specimens with a conservation aim.