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Nature, Sea & Vines Trail – Adelaide, Hills & Fleurieu Peninsula

Once you have explored the city of Adelaide, head for the Adelaide Hills. Cuddle a koala, take in the view from Mt Lofty Summit and enjoy a German style lunch in Hahndorf. Further south on the Fleurieu Peninsula you can visit the McLaren Vale wine region and have a chance to sample some of Australia’s finest food and wine. At the seaside town of Victor Harbor take the horse drawn tram to Granite Island or take a jet boat ride to explore the coast.

Nature, Sea & Vines Trail – Kangaroo Island

Continuing on from Victor Harbor, take a 45 minute ferry ride from Cape Jervis and you will arrive on Kangaroo Island, Australia’s third largest Island - seven times the size of Singapore. Take a guided beach tour to see Australian sea lions at Seal Bay, be amazed by Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch and be sure to try sandboarding at Little Sahara. Kangaroo Island is home to some fantastic fresh produce - including seafood, honey from Ligurian bees, Marron at Andermel Marron Farm and many more - to be enjoyed.

Limestone Coast Loop

The Limestone Coast is a region of alluring beauty, changing colours and thriving contrasts. Rugged, wave beaten coastlines, clear blue waters and secluded beaches blend brilliantly with lush farming country, volcanic craters, caves and excellent local produce. Spend 3-5 days exploring this region from Adelaide or it can easily be done as an extension of the ‘Nature, Sea & Vine Trail’ above. Highlights include the Blue Lake, Naracoorte Caves World Heritage Site, Coonawarra Wine Region and the charming seaside lobster towns such as Robe.

Food and Wine

Barossa Wine Region

A little over a pleasant one-hour drive from Adelaide, the Barossa – wine capital of Australia is a centre of culinary excellence and a gourmet paradise. It is home to big brands like Jacob’s Creek, Penfolds and Wolf Blass. Create your own blend at Penfolds or embark on a cooking class at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre. Ideal for a day trip, or better still, a few days of pure indulgence.

McLaren Vale Wine Region

Sample award-winning wines at some of the 74 cellar doors in McLaren Vale. Indulge in fresh local produce at the region’s restaurants and cafes for a food and wine experience to remember. Be a wine maker for the day by creating your own wine that is truly unique at the Blending Bench at d’Arenberg winery. Just 45 minutes south of Adelaide city.

Adelaide Dining

The real pleasures of dining are found at Adelaide as street after street beckons you with delicious food.  You’ll find entire streets devoted to dining, such as Rundle Street, Gouger Street, Hutt Street, O’Connell Street and Leigh Street. Finding Halal food is also easy in the city with a variety of Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Middle Eastern and other halal restaurants available. Halal meat and food is also available from the Adelaide Central Markets for those that prefer to cook their own.


Cleland Wildlife Park

One of only a few places in Australia where you can cuddle a koala. The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of South Australia's must-see attractions. Located in a beautiful natural bush land setting just 20 minutes from the city, Cleland offers visitor's many memorable opportunities to discover a large number of South Australia's captivating wildlife. Many animals are free-roaming in the 35-hectare park, creating wonderful impromptu opportunities to touch and interact with our native wildlife.

Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island

Seal Bay is the only place in Australia where you can walk on the beach amongst a colony of endangered Australian sea lions. See Australian Sea-lions in their natural habitat. Join a guided tour for the experience of a lifetime as you walk among a colony of 600 sea lions. A boardwalk and lookout provide great opportunities to linger and view the stunning coastal landscape and observe the wildlife.

Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island

The impressive Remarkable Rocks form what appear to be a cluster of precariously balanced boulders. This stunning geological feature is located in Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island. These huge granite boulders, shaped over centuries by the weather, perch on a dome that rises 75m out of the sea. Possibly the most photographed sight on Kangaroo Island, it provides a spectacular backdrop for photo shots and the view of the ocean waves hitting the rugged cliff is truly spectacular.


Adelaide Central Markets

Visit the oldest fresh produce market in Australia with 250 food shops and stalls under one roof. Its variety of produce and souvenirs is simply astounding. Premium quality fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, gourmet cheeses, bakery products, sweets, nuts and health foods. Join a market tour for an even richer experience.

Seaside Glenelg

Fun activities await you after hopping off a 20-minute tram ride from the City. From thrilling activities at the Beachouse fun park, swimming with the dolphins on a catamaran cruise, shopping in many boutiques or just strolling along the esplanade and cafés, the activities are simply endless.

Hahndorf German Town

Enjoy a taste of little Germany in Hahndorf that offers alfresco dining, retail outlets, souvenirs, local arts and crafts, and local produce. Don’t forget to try the exquisite food from the award-winning German restaurant, Hahndorf Inn. Best of all, Hahndorf is only 30 minutes from the city which makes it a very comfortable half day trip from Adelaide. 

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