The Botanic Gardens of South Australia is made up of three gardens at Adelaide, Wittunga and Mount Lofty.
Adelaide Botanic Garden has provided refuge, recreation and education to the community for over 150 years and provides a unique range of cultural, recreational, educational and scientific opportunities for children, students and teachers.
Schools use the Garden as a living museum to learn about the fascinating world of plants and their importance to all life on earth. Programs include science, environment, culture, literacy and language, using a discovery-based learning, cross-curriculum approach.
Educator led sessions for Early Years, Primary Years and Secondary Years are detailed below.
Cost: $6 per child or $4 per child for DECD disadvantaged category 1-4 schools. Prices are inclusive of GST. Sessions are one hour in duration.
Minimum charge $120 per class or $80 per class for DECD disadvantaged category schools. Teachers and accompanying adults are free. Schools are invoiced after the visit.
Maximum students per session: 30
Our educator is sometimes able to tailor programs to cater for specific learning inquiries. To discuss a program or for more information refer to contact details on this listing.