The breathtaking Adelaide Hills is synonymous for three things – food, wine and families that make amazing produce
What is Adelaide Hills famous for?
Known for villages tucked amongst lush greenery and sprawling vineyards with cool-climate wine region elegance, the high-country Adelaide Hills exhibits diverse wildlife, historic foundation, artisanal food, and awe-inspiring scenery. Start or end the day at the reputable Mount Lofty Summit, boasting panoramic views across all of Adelaide.
Celebrated for its wine, Adelaide Hills showcases an extended portfolio of more than 60 different wineries, as well as several independent breweries offering craft beers, ciders, and boutique spirits ensuring there’s tipple for every palate. Team your indulgence and sample the region with a variety of artisanal and local produce, with cheeses, cured meats, strawberry picking, chocolatiers and organic honey all available.
Fun for the whole family can be found at Cleland Wildlife Park, with nature and wildlife in abundance. See iconic Australian wildlife and native birds co-existing in their natural habitat, with options to pet and feed furry koalas and wombats.
History fans will adore an afternoon in Australia’s oldest German settlement Hahndorf. Combining traditional European village charm with modern Australian influences, boutique treats, and history-rich museums and galleries, your time in Hahndorf offers heritage walks and exploration in a picturesque location.
Adelaide Hills has tour options to suit all members of your entourage. A diversity of experiences means it is easy to create a personalised experience for each tour member to enjoy, down to the very last drop.
Our Adelaide Hills Tours
A journey of indulgence designed to highlight the extraordinary level of quality and passion that Adelaide Hills locals have for their region
Where is the Adelaide Hills?
The Adelaide Hills region is located in the east of the city of Adelaide in the state of South Australia. A 90 minute drive from the Adelaide CBD.