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Olive Pink Botanic Garden

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Olive Pink Botanic Garden

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Tuncks Road, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0870 Australia
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Liisa and Dave B wrote a review Oct 21
Adelaide, Australia1,337 contributions344 helpful votes
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This Botanic Gardens in Alice Springs is certainly like no other I’ve been to! I really enjoyed it. Loved hiking up the hill to oversee a lot of Alice Springs. We saw multiple rock wallabies up on the hill and on ground level. Was interesting reading the information on the different trees and plants. Wish we had more time but we were passing through town so we only spent about an hour there. There is a nice looking cafe there too which was closed when we went. Ample car parking. Glad we had our fly nets on our hats as the fly’s were sticking to us on this hot day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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famwhite wrote a review Mar 2020
Dublin, Ireland185 contributions30 helpful votes
Walked to the gardens from our hotel. It was a hot morning and the flies, as during the whole week, were awful. We enjoyed what we could, had a cold drink and at a staff member's suggestion found the bower bird's nest.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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janthefan wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom373 contributions283 helpful votes
We drove to these gardens early in the morning, arriving as the park opened at 8am, specifically to spot some rock wallabies, and we did. Super cute! The path up is just by the cafe, and is easy for anyone with moderate fitness. Allow an hour for the walk and for waiting quietly for the animals to appear. We stayed on for an excellent breakfast at the cafe. Highly recommended. But there’s not much of a shop there, which was disappointing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Theresa B wrote a review Feb 2020
Austinmer, Australia102 contributions15 helpful votes
what a great place for families and anyone who wants to learn about indigenous culture, flora and fauna, we picked a coolish day to go and enjoyed the walk around, the bird show and the talk about early indigenous life and history
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Daniel V wrote a review Dec 2019
Darwin, Australia151 contributions36 helpful votes
I would have like to explore the botanic gardens more, however there was not any large trees to protect me from the hot summer sun. But I spent some time at the cafe which was nice.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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