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Parking is average (there are businesses and homes nearby) but the garden itself is lovely. Very quiet and with many lovely views. Take a book and a camera. Wheelchair accessible, if you don't mind slightly rough paving. Look for ducklings in the spring.
My parents were visiting from Melbourne so we took a walk down South Terrace to the Himeji Japanese Garden.
It is very peaceful meandering past the water features and around the paths.
If you go solo it is a lovely spot to read a book.
The garden is a beautiful serene place on the edge of the City parklands where you can sit and relax . It's a calming and tranquil place to enjoy the plantings after the hustle and bustle of life. A little bit of Japan in Adelaide....More
A small garden worth checking out. its very relaxing and a short stroll. Parking at the front is convenient. Its zen, quiet, has wildlife such as turtles, ducks and small birds.Grab a book or just wonder though . It will take less that 10 mins...More
A true delight in what is already a very green city! This beautiful Japanese garden is a peaceful tranquil space, calming water features and stones to take time to sit and reflect make for a lovely visit.
A free attraction that is easy to access by car or foot from Adelaide business district. Well laid out traditional Japanese garden. Not large but a great example of typical features. Plenty of free parking nearby.
The Himeji Garden is a peaceful haven of carefully tended trees and shrubs where you can rest your eyes and mind as you sit by the pool or contemplate in the 'dry rock garden'. Different vistas that open up as you wander the well maintained...More
Response from Barbara L | Reviewed this property |
I wouldnt think you are allowed by council although i cant be sure. It is fenced off and not overly big doing a lap would take around only 10mins. Also other visitors may not like dogs being so close. I think maybe... More
I wouldnt think you are allowed by council although i cant be sure. It is fenced off and not overly big doing a lap would take around only 10mins. Also other visitors may not like dogs being so close. I think maybe adelaide city council page may have the answer to whether dogs are permitted :)