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Adelaide Botanic Gardens
At the eastern end of North Terrace are the cities Botanic Gardens, founded in 1855. Bicentennial Conservatory, the largest greenhouse in the southern hemisphere can be found in these gardens, it has up to 4000 plants from Australia and Malaysia, including rainforest trees.The Botanic gardens also feature an International Rose Garden. North Terrace, Adelaide (08 8222 9311)

Botanic Park
This huge park of 34 hectares is located in the Northeast Parklands, close to the zoo and Torrens river. The park is ideal for picnics and hosts many major events. Hackney and Frome Roads, Adelaide

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City Sk8 Park
Adelaide's premier skate park was opened in 2000 and is very popular with skateboarders and spectators.The park can be used day and night as it has lighting and camera surveillance 24 hours a day. North Terrace, Adelaide

Elder Park.
This popular city park is adjacent the River Torrens and the Adelaide Festival Centre.There is a very modern outdoor dining area, as well as a kiosk. King William Street, Adelaide

Mt. Lofty Botanic Gardens
These gardens are on the eastern slopes of the Mount Lofty Ranges, less than half an hour from the CBD. They include several walking trails that cover the seven valleys in the gardens, all displaying magnificent views. Summit Road, Crafers (08 8370 8370)

Victoria Park
This large park is comprised of a motor sports street circuit, the Victoria Park Racecourse, plus walking, running and cycling tracks and is bordered by some beautiful stately homes. Fullerton Road, Wakefield Road and East Terrace, Adelaide

Wittunga Botanic Gardens
These gardens have a beautiful lakeside setting and are great for picnics, family gatherings and strolling through. They are located in Blackwood. Sheperd's Hill Road, Blackwood (08 8379 8370)

 
 

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