Wildlife Learning & Orienteering Trail in the Historic Waite Arboretum
The historic Waite Arboretum, established 1928, is a 27ha site with over 2,400 plants. It is adjacent the heritage-listed Urrbrae House and Gardens, and is part of the University of Adelaide’s Waite Campus. The Arboretum is open from dawn until dusk every day of the year (weather permitting). It is a private space open to the public that seeks to inspire and entertain, and educate the community about trees and natural spaces. Our new wildlife trail provides children, young and old, with a chance to explore and discover the animals that live in the Arboretum, from a new perspective.
Bookings not required