With picturesque views for your wedding, you can’t go wrong picking the botanic gardens as your venue?

Choose from the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens or the Wittunga Botanic Gardens for a romantic and memorable wedding ceremony. Each garden has designated ceremony sites, from small intimate gatherings to large festive celebrations. As the season and year passes, the distinctive characteristics within the gardens also change. Please spend time discussing your needs and expectations for your ceremony with our Venue & Event Coordinator.

To assist you with selecting a ceremony site, visit our Garden Sites page and download the PDF brochure for your preferred garden and take a stroll through the sites.

If you have a particular date in mind, check availability before your visit by emailing our
Venue & Event Co-ordinator.

Once you have selected a site and confirmed a date, please complete and forward the below booking form and payment to the Venue & Event Co-ordinator.

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Ceremonies

Adelaide Botanic Gardens situated in the heart of the city boasts 9 sites to hold your ceremony. Each site has its own particular charm and ever-changing character during each season of the year. We can also hold ceremonies at the Mount Loft Botanic Gardens & Wittunga Botanic Gardens.

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Receptions

Whether it’s a stunning open-air cocktail soiree, unique marquee set-up on our lawns, or a dinner in the award-winning Botanic Gardens Restaurant, we can cater small intimate affairs or large formal dinners that create magical moments for newlyweds. To learn more please contact us.

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The Venue’s

As mentioned above the Adelaide Botanic Gardens is situated in the heart of the city & boasts 9 sites to hold your ceremony. Each site has its own particular charm and ever-changing character during each season of the year.

Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens is less than half an hour out of the city located on the eastern slopes of the Mount Lofty Ranges. Following along the Piccadilly Valley, the gardens were established in 1952 and were first opened to the public in 1997. There are two sites from which to choose.

Wittunga Botanic Gardens is located in Blackwood and was bequeathed by the Ashby family who created the garden with shows of Native Australian and African plants. There are two sites from which to choose.

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