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Wellness Wander: Mindfulness at Mount Lofty

Wellness Wander: Mindfulness at Mount Lofty

Date: Sunday, 2 April 2023, 10:30am - 12:00pm

Location: Chris Steele Scott Pavilion, Mount Lofty Botanic Garden (L16 on the map).

Tickets: $30 per person


Experience Autumn like never before.

Mount Lofty Botanic Garden is the perfect place to ground yourself with the magical and soul-soothing practice of mindfulness.

Join the Botanic Gardens' resident Horticultural Therapist, Emma Lewellyn, for an intimate and feel-good morning of mindfulness which will engage the senses and soothe the soul.

Mindfulness is a helpful tool for reducing stress and improving health and wellbeing.

This unique experience will blissfully ground you in the moment through the sights, scents, sounds, textures and tastes on offer in the beautiful Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens and offer you the opportunity to enjoy the Autumn colours in a way you have never done before.

What a great way to start your Sunday morning!

Event Information:

Please meet at the Chris Steele Scott Pavilion. This can be accessed via the Lampert Road, Lower Entrance.

Please arrive 10 minutes before scheduled time and check in with staff upon arrival.

This workshop is an outdoor event and some of it will be spent walking through the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden. Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear shoes comfortable for walking in.


Ticketed parking is available in the lower carpark, accessed via the Lampert Road Lower Entrance.

Please refer to the visitor information page on the website for information on parking rates.

Toilets and change tables are available in the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden.


This event is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if additional accessibility support is required.

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