Australian Garden Calendar

Australian Garden Calendar

Australian Garden Calendar

Australian Garden Calendar

Australian Garden Calendar

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Find out what’s on, when and where, plus discover the diverse range of gardens and National Parks to visit year-round.
Simply scroll over the date for a preview of each event – if viewing on a tablet or smartphone, click on the dot for more information.
Please check dates, opening times and details with the organisers via the links provided.

Do you have an event or destination to share? Click on Contact Us to submit details and we’ll add it to the list!

 

The Australian Garden Calendar is an initiative of the Horticultural Media Association Australia (SA).

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Lunch on the Lawns

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Open Gardens SA – Three Gums

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The Food Forest Open Day

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Open Gardens SA – Etre

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Australian Plant Society South Australia Fleurieu Branch and Friends of Nangawooka plant sale

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Must-see destinations

Wherever you travel, there are many and varied garden and nature experiences to be found. Many locations are open year-round and also host a number of special events.

Here are just a few of our favourites, but you will find many more by clicking on Destinations at the top of the page.

You can find out more via the links provided.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

Carrick Hill

Find a park

Myponga Reservoir Reserve

OGSA The Barn

Open Gardens SA

The gardens that have opened for Open Gardens SA since 2015 are chosen to reflect a great diversity of styles and may even challenge the conventional view of what constitutes a garden.  While aspects of a garden may not be to all tastes, visitors are urged to celebrate this diversity.

Find a Garden Club

The Garden Clubs of Australia provide many opportunities to share, learn, get advice and support. Like-minded people who share a passion for gardening can communicate and create a gardening network locally, across the state or Australia-wide.

Enfield Garden Club

economic benefit provided by Australia’s botanic gardens

international tourists seeking new destinations

visitors during Open Gardens SA 20/21 season

Source: Australian Garden Council and OGSA

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– Kevin Carmody, Paul Kelly

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