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Exploring Adelaide Botanic Gardens

In the northeastern corner of Adelaide’s central business district is one of the city’s botanic gardens. Established in 1857, this stunning parkland is full of magnificently landscaped gardens, historically important structures, and other landmarks. The Bicentennial Conservatory and Palm House are two of the most visited sites inside the Botanic Gardens. This is one of three botanic gardens operating within Adelaide, but it is arguably the most beautiful.

Accommodations near Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and although it is its largest city, it has a compact core and many distinct neighborhoods defining it. This cosmopolitan city has accommodation options for every budget and taste. Recommended accommodation in Adelaide include the ibis Adelaide, Crowne Plaza Adelaide and Majestic Roof Garden Hotel.

Sightseeing near Adelaide Botanic Gardens

- Adelaide Zoo

Opened in 1883, Adelaide Zoo is one of Australia’s oldest zoological parks. It is found within the parklands between North Adelaide and the CBD, making it easy to access from any of the hotels around the AEC. There are almost 2,000 domestic Australian and exotic animals residing within the park, including the famous giant pandas Wang Wang and Funi. Flamingoes, Sumatran tigers, Tasmanian devils, orangutans, and hippopotamus are some of the other major draw cards housed within this family-friendly zoo.

- Adelaide Oval

Snuggled between Adelaide’s CBD and the district of North Adelaide, the Adelaide Oval is the city’s premier sporting complex. It’s the home ground for the Adelaide Crows Australian Rules football team and the South Australian Redbacks cricket team. The stadium is to be expanded to hold 53,000 spectators and is set to host the Port Adelaide Power Aussie rules team. If tourists travel to Adelaide in the winter months, experiencing a Port Power versus Crows grudge match is an absolute must. Less than a mile from both the entertainment center and the Adelaide Oval is the heritage-drenched Buxton Manor.

Transportation near Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Adelaide’s international airport offers flights from Europe via Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore, as well as domestic services from Australia’s major cities. Ground transportation is by taxi, hotel, or Skylink shuttle, or the public JetBus. Once in the city, getting around is easy via tram, metro bus, the free CityLoop bus, metro train, taxi, or hire car.

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