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Wittunga Botanic Garden

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Take a walk through the beautiful gardens, situated on the foothills of picturesque Adelaide.

Wittunga Botanic Garden was once home to Edwin Ashby, and English emigrant who made Adelaide his home in the early 1900's. In 1965, Wittunga was donated to the Botanic Gardens Of South Australia, by Ashby's son, and opened to the public in 1975.

Edwin Ashby admiring the beautiful flora. c/o Wittunga Botanic Garden Facebook page


Wittunga Botanic Garden is the perfect home for native and South African flora, as they suit the dry, hot conditions which Adelaide offers in Spring and Summer.

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Take a walk through the Wittunga Walking Trails and enjoy the diverse plants and flowers. Or take a Free guided tour through the garden and learn more about the history of Wittunga, as well as information about the flora. Click here for more information.

c/o Wittunga Botanic Garden Facebook page


Fun for the kids
Bring a picnic along and enjoy a family day out (please note that BBQs, balls, scooters/ bikes are not permitted).
While you're walking the trails, make sure to keep an eye out for local fauna- you may see a something sleeping high up in a tree.
Also, make sure to visit the Butterfly Garden and Bird Garden, it's sure to be a beautiful sight.
Don't forget to like Wittunga Botanic Garden on Facebook for children's events during School Holidays.

c/o Wittunga Botanic Garden Facebook page


Wittunga Botanic Garden Details

Where: Shepherds Hill Road, Blackwood 5051

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When: Monday- Friday 8:30am- 4:00pm, Weekends and Public Holidays 10:00am- 5:00pm (Closes at 6:00pm during Daylight Saving).

Cost: FREE

There is a free car park off Shepherds Hill Road

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