Adelaide’s natural beauty is one of its biggest draws, and you don’t even have to step outside the city to explore it. There are many botanic gardens and conservation parks scattered all around it, and here are a few that you shouldn’t miss for the world.
Mount Lofty Botanic Garden
If you’re a passionate hiker visiting Adelaide, Mount Lofty is already on your bucket list. After exploring its walking trails, you should also make sure to check out its hillside botanic garden and many exotic plants that it has in store.
Adelaide Botanic Garden
This extensive botanic garden covers 130 acres in downtown Adelaide. It’s been over a century since it opened its doors, and you can now find greenhouses, cafés, and an extensive collection of rare plants on its grounds.
Morialta Conservation Park
Located in close proximity to Adelaide, Morialta Conservation Park is a breathtaking natural wonder where you can go rock climbing, hiking, or wildlife viewing.
Cleland Conservation Park
Located inside the Adelaide Hills, Cleland Conservation Park is renowned for its wildlife conservation efforts, but it’s also home to pretty great hiking trails and mountain views.