Situated on the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide, the Waite Historic Precinct is on land bequeathed by Peter Waite to the University in 1914.
The Waite Historic Precinct incorporates the internationally renowned Waite Arboretum, Waite Conservation Reserve and the Urrbrae House Historic Precinct.
Urrbrae House Historic Precinct
An accredited museum and one of South Australia's most historically significant houses.
The Waite Arboretum
Occupying 27 hectares and containing about 2,500 specimens all growing under natural annual rainfall of 624mm.
Urrbrae House Gardens
Surrounding Urrbrae House the gardens incorporate the 20th Century Rose Garden and the Labyrinth.
The Waite Conservation Reserve
Located in the Adelaide Hills face area, comprises 121 hectares, of which 110 hectares are under Heritage Agreement.
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