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Garden Tributes

Garden Tributes

Garden Tribute Programme

A gift through our Garden Tribute Programme is a thoughtful way to pay tribute to a loved one or mark a special occasion, while providing vital support to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation.

Your personalised plaque, on either a garden seat or in a garden bed, can pay tribute to a lasting memory and provide a place for reflection in a beautiful and tranquil setting.

As a Garden Tribute donor you will also receive complimentary Membership of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation, providing access to unique experiences and allowing you to develop a meaningful relationship with the Gardens and our philanthropic community.

Garden Seat Tribute

A tax-deductible gift of $7,500 or more to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation will be acknowledged with a plaque dedication on a seat in Adelaide, Mount Lofty or Wittunga Botanic Garden for a period of 10 years. Each garden seat tells an individual story and has its own unique setting within the garden.

Garden Bed Tribute

A tax-deductible gift to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation of $3,000 will be acknowledged with a plaque dedication affixed to a garden stake in a unique location in Adelaide, Mount Lofty or Wittunga Botanic Garden, for a period of 3 years.

Enquire

For more information on the Garden Tribute Programme, please contact the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation on 08 8222 9359 or ABGFoundation@sa.gov.au.

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