Local producers and farmers tend to their produce with care, artisans craft with passion and locals eat with gusto. Pull up a chair and join us!
South Australian Wine
South Australia is the wine capital of Australia. We have 18 distinct wine regions and produce some of the world’s best wine.
You’ll find South Australian wine on every menu in every restaurant, and free wine tastings at cellar doors all around the State.
Discover our different regions’ wines, from the big, hearty reds of the Barossa to the delicate yet earthy, cool-climate wines of the Adelaide Hills.
Adelaide is home to restaurants offering cuisines from all over the world. The city center has some of the best restaurants in Australia, including chic bars and delightful cafés.
Find out more about what’s on offer in Adelaide’s bars and restaurants.
Haigh’s Chocolates is a proudly South Australian family-owned company. They are known around the world for their high-quality, artisan chocolate.
All of their chocolates are made with the finest quality ingredients available. They make their chocolate from scratch, and source their own cocoa beans.
Haigh’s stores sell everything from chocolate bars, pastilles and nut-based chocolate to toffee, gift boxes, rocky road, chocolate frogs and nougat bars.
They also offer free guided tours of their Greenhill Road factory just outside of the city center, with complimentary tastings. Purchase some tasty souvenirs from their gift-shop which is overflowing with every kind of chocolate treat imaginable.
Gourmet Pub Food in the Adelaide Hills
Take your pick from a seriously impressive list of quality country establishments. Try Grumpy’s Brewhouse, The Scenic Hotel, Aldgate Pump Hotel and Blumberg Hotel in Birdwood.
Dine on modern Australian cuisine at the Stirling Hotel. The old building’s restaurant is spacious and filled with light.
The Lobethal Bierhaus creates dishes to match the seven all-grain ales produced in its own micro-brewery.
At Hahndorf, choose your cuisine. There’s traditional German and international food at the German Arms Hotel, the Hahndorf Inn and The Haus (which also does superb tapas). The Whitehouse lures you in with its provincial charm, open fire and an all-day menu.