One of the Adelaide Hills most famous towns, Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German..Stirling Information
Home to some of South Australia’s most beautiful homes, Stirling become popular with Adelaide’s..Ashton Information
Ashton is a small village in the Adelaide Hills, central to the wonderful attractions of this..Gumeracha Information
Gumeracha in the Adelaide Hills is famed for its 18-metre high Giant Rocking Horse, which visitors..Mount Torrens Information
Mount Torrens is one of the Adelaide Hills's most well preserved historic towns. Declared a..Mount Lofty Information
Enjoy spectacular views of the Adelaide Plains, Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula from Mount..Crafers Information
Largely regarded as the gateway to the Adelaide Hills, Crafers is one of the oldest towns in the..Aldgate Information
Aldgate has retained a historic feel, with the town's buildings now home to a selection of art..Bridgewater Information
Nestled within the Adelaide Hills, Bridgewater provides a pleasant village retreat. Delight in the..See all locations in Adelaide Hills
Balhannah is a pleasant Adelaide Hills village, popular for its roadside stalls such as the Olde Apple Shed.
Balhannah boasts a renowned chocolate shop for pure indulgence. If wine tasting is your thing, be sure to visit Nepenthe Wines and Shaw and Smith just out of town. The Balhannah Hotel is popular with locals and the Stanley Bridge Hotel and Maximilian’s Restaurant can be found nearby at Verdun.
Balhannah was founded by a Scottish immigrant named James Turnbull Thomas. There has long been controversy about the name he gave the village, since it may have been known at one time as Belhannah. His mother’s name was Belle and his sister was Hannah, and Bel is Gaelic for village.
And there is so much more to discover in the Adelaide Hills.
It's the home of boutique wineries, country markets, art galleries and charming villages. It's also the place for romantic weekends away, cosy pub meals, scenic drives and nature walks.
Children love the Adelaide Hills's giant rocking horse, National Motor Museum and wildlife parks.
Located only 20 minutes from Adelaide's central business district, the Adelaide Hills provide a wonderfully refreshing change from the pace of the city.
Imagine a sophisticated city, with everything a major city can deliver in shopping, dining..Barossa Information
Arguably Australia's most commercially important wine region, the Barossa Valley, just an hour's..Kangaroo Island Information
This large and visually spectacular island is a microcosm of varying landscapes and different..Clare Valley Information
The Clare Valley is just an hour and a half north of Adelaide, but you might as well be a world..Limestone Coast Information
Famed for its red wines, red soils and red rock lobster, the Limestone Coast is located in the..Eyre Peninsula Information
There's 2000 kilometres of coastline to explore on Eyre Peninsula, and rarely will there be another..Fleurieu Peninsula Information
It's little wonder Australia's richest landscape art prize is staged on the Fleurieu..Port Augusta Information
Port Augusta is known as the Crossroads of Australia, where roads from Adelaide, the Flinders..Port Elliot/Horseshoe Bay Information
One of the sweetest beach settings in South Australia, Port Elliot is a popular tourist..Victor Harbor Information
Victor Harbor is all about the sun, surf, sand, stunning views and intimate wildlife..Yorke Peninsula Information
Lazy days under the beach umbrella. Cold beers around a barbecue sizzling with the day's catch...See all locations in South Australia