The Olive Pink Botanic Garden is located a short drive from the town’s CBD, on land developed as a reserve for arid region flora by Miss Olive Pink in the 1950s.
Today, the site includes a well-developed garden area and a Visitors Centre incorporating a meeting room, offices and a café with outdoor seating, as well as numerous shade structures for formal and informal community activities including weddings, memorials, concerts, exhibitions and public forums.
The Garden also includes Tharrarltneme (Annie Meyer Hill), a sacred site important to Arrernte people.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Hiking Walks
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