1. Stevo Devo

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    This is a very beautiful garden to be fair, but I was rather bemused at the complete absence of any vermiculture support or supplies. You’d think by now, that the humble earth worm would have pride of place in any place that gardening is encouraged and educated about. I had a little fosic around in the soil there, and found no feild worms at all. That suggests poor organic principals and use of organo-phosphate fertilisers. Bees are also given a mere fleeting mention (just because there is a colony in one of the trees). For goodness sake, we need places like this to set an example and foster responsible, holistic methods of gardening, that recognise the importance of other symbiotic organisms and not just plants.

  2. Johnathon Wire

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    A lovely garden with two Zoos and a great feature of the Adelaide CBD. I look forward to visiting again.

  3. David Liu

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    Very nice and peaceful garden for a relax walk

  4. Alison Pope

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    Great place for a wander. Interesting planting but also some interesting buildings, features and attractions. From the fragrant Australian forest to steamy sub-tropical rainforest, English rose gardens to mediterranean squares. Just lacking a middle priced food option between the excellent looking but expensive restaurant and the kiosk.

  5. Pritish Appadoo

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    A great, relaxing place. I live close to the Botanic Garden in Brisbane but Adelaide’s is so much better.