Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills - a relaxing time in picture-perfect surrounds

Just 20 minutes from Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills is pure countryside charm with friendly townships, cool-climate wine and delicious, artisan produce.

Slow Down and Relax

The Adelaide Hills is story-book pretty, dappled in light, and dotted with quaint villages and bustling towns. 

Taste some of Australia’s best cool-climate wines, and the Adelaide Hills’ food and produce which comes straight from nature’s top shelf. How good are our Adelaide Hills’ restaurants? You’ll have to find out for yourself!

The Adelaide Hills’ stunning views and big blue skies will take your breath away. 

Adelaide Hills Dining

Exceptional cool-climate wines, high-quality local produce and outstanding natural beauty make dining in the Adelaide Hills a memorable experience. Try gourmet pizza in a village café or silver service in front of an open fire. Bring an appetite on your Adelaide Hills vacation.

If you just want a pub meal, 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.

The Lobethal Bierhaus creates dishes to match the seven all-grain ales produced in its own micro-brewery.

In iconic Hahndorf, choose your cuisine. The influence of early German settlers is found in the 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 all-day menu.

Wine, Produce and Boutique Brews

The Adelaide Hills has more than 60 wineries. You can indulge in some of Australia’s most beautiful, cool-climate wines.

There really is nothing better than buying food straight from the farmer in the Adelaide Hills. Every weekend you’ll find farmers’ markets stocked with the freshest seasonal produce.

Beer lovers can savour unique Hills flavours. Lobethal Bierhaus and Grumpy’s Brewhouse are two micro-breweries that produce all-grain, European influenced beers and themed food to match.

For more information, please visit the Adelaide Hills website.