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Nature Festival: Rhododendron Gully - A Guided Tour

Nature Festival: Rhododendron Gully - A Guided Tour

Date: Tuesday 28 September 2021

Time 10 am – 12pm approx.

Location: Please meet at the Chris Steele Scott Pavilion, Mount Lofty Botanic Garden (enter via the Lower Car Park off Lampert Road).

Duration: The tour will last for approximately 2 hours.

Tickets: $5


Celebrate the Nature Festival with a guided tour of the vibrant Rhododendron Gully at Mount Lofty Botanic Garden.

In this guided tour, you will experience the magic of Rhododendron Gully in its magnificent spring glory, when the plants are in bloom.

Boasting one of Australia’s best Rhododendron collections, the garden contains at least 150 species, with several plants on display which are threatened in the wild.

Come and learn from one of the Garden's rhododendron experts, Robert Hatcher, about the plants’ history, botanical classification and the conservation importance of several threatened species.

It's a Nature Festival event that will immerse you in nature at its best.

Please note: The session will involve walking through hilly terrain. Appropriate footwear (closed shoes, no sandals) and an ability to walk distances is a must.

Nature Festival: Rhododendron Gully - A Guided Tour


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