Adelaide Heritage Walks: Treasured TreesNational Trust of South Australia

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Adelaide Heritage Walks: Treasured Trees

This tour features some of Adelaide’s most treasured trees, both native species and introduced, and tells you something of their stories as much loved parts of the urban landscape. This walk covers the city and North Adelaide and requires a good pair of walking shoes. Bookings essential.

This tour features some of Adelaide’s most treasured trees, both native species and introduced, and tells you something of their stories as much loved parts of the urban landscape. This walk covers the city and North Adelaide and requires a good pair of walking shoes. Bookings essential.

Event date

Event Details

Address:
Ayers House Museum, 288 North Terrace, Adelaide, SA

Tour commences from Ayers House Museum, 288 North Terrace.

Times:

2pm

Entry fees:
Adults $15.00, Children $8.00, Concession $12.00, Family $40.00, Members $10.00
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhttps://www.trybooking.com/KJFXbookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au8223 1234
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Website:
http://www.adelaidetours.net.au/all-tours/treasured-trees
Onsite facilities:
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