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Pass By: Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia Lot 1 Hackney Rd, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
The Adelaide Botanic Garden is a 51-hectare public garden at the north-east corner of the Adelaide city centre, in the Adelaide Park Lands. It encompasses a fenced garden on North Terrace and behind it the Botanic Park. Work was begun on the site in 1855, with its official opening to the public on 4 October 1857
Stop At: Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga, Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Victoria Square, also known as Tarntanyangga or Tarndanyangga , is a public square in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. The area was named “Victoria Square” by the Street Naming Committee on 23 May 1837, after Princess Victoria, then heir presumptive of the British throne. The Kaurna people know the whole Adelaide city and parklands area as Tarndanyangga, “The Dreaming Place of the Red Kangaroo”, and in line with the Adelaide City Council’s recognition of Kaurna country, the square has been officially referred to as Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga since 2001.
The square was partially upgraded in 2014, with new lighting added and the fountain moved from the northern end to the southern tip of the square. During the Christmas period, it is traditional for a 24.5 m high Christmas tree to be erected in the northern part of the square.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Veale Gardens, South Tce, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Featuring a garden of roses with over 50 varieties of rose on display, the gardens include two rose beds containing the City of Adelaide rose, located at the South Terrace entrance, and Queen Adelaide rose, located at the corner of South Terrace and Sir Lewis Cohen Avenue. There are many walks through the parks taking you through gardens of water features, past the greenhouse, and through more lush shady areas. The gardens are also home to the Adelaide Pavilion restaurant and function centre, and is a popular location for weddings and wedding photography shoots.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Himeji Garden, 6018 South Terrace Park 18. Between Glen Osmond & Hutt Rd, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Adelaide Himeji Gardens is a traditional styled Japanese garden, a gift from Adelaide’s sister city, Himeji in 1982. It is located in Park 18, one of the southern parts of the Adelaide Park Lands in Adelaide, South Australia.
Duration: 2 minutes
Stop At: Rymill Park, East Tce, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Rymill Park, also known as Park 14, and Mullawirraburka in Kaurna, is a recreation park located in the East Park Lands of the South Australian capital of Adelaide. There is an artificial lake with rowboats for hire, a café, children’s playground and rose garden, and the Adelaide Bowling Club is on the Dequetteville Terrace side. The Adelaide O-Bahn passes underneath it, to emerge at the western side opposite Grenfell Street.
Duration: 3 minutes
Pass By: Adelaide Zoo, Frome Rd, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Adelaide Zoo is Australia’s second oldest zoo (after Melbourne Zoo), and it is operated on a non-profit basis. It is located in the parklands just north of the city centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It is administered by the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia Incorporated (trading as Zoos SA) which is a full institutional member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA) and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA). and which also administers the Monarto Safari Park near Murray Bridge.
Pass By: Melbourne Street Wine Cellars, 93 Melbourne St, Adelaide, South Australia 5006 Australia
Melbourne Street is a street situated in the Adelaide suburb of North Adelaide, South Australia. It is the main commercial area of the second-largest of the three grids that comprise North Adelaide. It was named after William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (after whom Melbourne is also named), who was British Prime Minister when the South Australia Foundation Act received parliamentary approval.
Pass By: Adelaide Oval, War Memorial Drive, Adelaide, South Australia 5006 Australia
Adelaide Oval is a sports ground in Adelaide, South Australia, located in the parklands between the city centre and North Adelaide. The venue is predominantly used for cricket and Australian rules football, but has also played host to rugby league, rugby union, soccer, tennis among other sports as well as regularly being used to hold concerts.
Pass By: Adelaide Festival Centre, King William Street, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Adelaide Festival Centre, Australia’s first multi-purpose arts centre and the home of South Australia’s performing arts, was built in the 1970s. The Festival Theatre opened in June 1973, three months before the Sydney Opera House, with the rest of the Centre following soon afterwards. The complex includes the Festival Theatre, the Dunstan Playhouse, the Space Theatre (formerly The Space) and several gallery and function spaces. Located approximately 50 metres (160 ft) north of the corner of North Terrace and King William Road, lying near the banks of the River Torrens and adjacent to Elder Park, it is distinguished by its two white geometric dome roofs, and lies on a 45-degree angle to the city’s grid.