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Adelaide Hills - land of the long lunch

Get off the beaten track, get your hands on some locally-grown Adelaide Hills produce and settle in for lunch, that turns into dinner and breakfast.

Taste some of Australia’s best cool-climate wines from more than 60 wineries, all within a short drive of the city. Stay the night, or a long weekend, and experience the Adelaide Hills' laid-back lifestyle and long lunches featuring produce from the top shelf. 


Stroll the weekend farmers’ markets or get the heart racing on a mountain bike, have a close-up wildlife encounter at Cleland Wildlife Park and take a step back in time in the historic German town of Hahndorf. There’s so much, so close to home in South Australia and it’s all yours to enjoy.

 

Adelaide Hills - land of the long lunch

Get off the beaten track, get your hands on some locally-grown Adelaide Hills produce and settle-in for a long lunch that could easily turn into a weekend away.

Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide Hills

Cleland Wildlife Park

Visit Cleland Wildlife Park and feed kangaroos, hold a koala and surround yourself with over 130 species of Australian wildlife.

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard, Adelaide Hills

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Established in 1992, Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard is a sustainable, niche, boutique vineyard nestled high in the Hills at Lenswood.

Escapegoat mountain biking, Adelaide Hills

Escapegoat Adventures

Escapegoat Adventures offer mountain biking experiences for all levels of riders throughout South Australia. 

Shaw and Smith Wines

Shaw + Smith winery, balhannah 

Shaw + Smith Winery at Balhannah boasts an on-site tasting room with stunning views of the Mount Lofty Ranges.

Lenswood Apples Adelaide Hills

Lenswood Apples, since 1933

Bringing Australia’s finest apples and fruit, fresh from the pristine hillsides of South Australia, to the world.

Adelaide Hills Crafers Hotel

The Crafers Hotel, est. 1839

Steeped in history as one of Adelaide’s first pubs, The Crafers Hotel is a rustic collaboration of old and new.

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