Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation provides vital long-term financial security and funding to the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia.
Through a responsible financial framework, the Foundation allows the Gardens and Herbarium to plan projects with vision, certainty and rigour, enabling it to maintain its world-class status.
Historically, private philanthropy has played a pivotal role in maintaining the quality and evolution of the Gardens and Herbarium. We invite the community, individuals and business to continue with this tradition by supporting our Foundation.
Here’s how you can contribute:
Join as a Foundation Member. Your tax-deductible membership fee supports the long term sustainability of our Gardens.
Make a donation. Your donation is fully tax deductible and directly supports our projects.
Garden tribute. Celebrate a special moment or a loved one with a garden tribute.
The Foundation reports to the Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium, and is governed by a Committee that provides strategic direction and monitors the financial performance and distribution of funds. The Foundation is audited annually and has deductible gift recipient status (ABN 27 967 437 460).
Annual Appeal 2022: Mediterranean Garden revitalisation
Help us to revitalise this treasured garden to inspire the next generation of water-wise, climate-aware gardeners.
Your membership fee supports the long term sustainability of our Gardens and State Herbarium.
Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation Committee
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation Committee brings a broad range of business experience and financial expertise, along with a passionate commitment to the Botanic Gardens.
Successful past projects
Learn about some of our previous major fundraising projects and how they've shaped the gardens.
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation is pleased to offer Members the first opportunity to purchase our 2021 Field Blend Rosé, produced in partnership with Pernod Ricard Winemakers and the National Wine Centre of Australia.