The roof structure of the original Botanic Garden office building was identified as an important architectural design of the 1960's that should be saved. The unique design of the roof, a hyperbolic paraboloid, enabled the roof to be lifted as a single entity and swung over the trees, supported on three new uprights and relocated to create the Wildflower Pavilion.
The pavilion is spacious and easily accessible, featuring a charming wood-panelled ceiling and very effective acoustics. It is surrounded by the beauty of the Botanic Gardens and is close to the State War Memorial.
|Features||Ideal for groups with limited mobility|
|Access||Easily accessed from Forrest Carpark|
|Parking||Forrest Carpark, Botanic Garden|
|Toilets||Tuart toilets close by|
||Please contact the Bookings Officer.|