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..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..Balhannah Information
Balhannah is a pleasant Adelaide Hills village, popular for its roadside stalls such as the Olde..Bridgewater Information
Nestled within the Adelaide Hills, Bridgewater provides a pleasant village retreat. Delight in the..See all locations in Adelaide Hills
Enjoy spectacular views of the Adelaide Plains, Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula from Mount Lofty Summit – the highest peak closest to Adelaide, standing 710.1 metres above sea level, and part of the Mount Lofty Ranges.
Stroll through the stringybark forest, stopping to look around at the cameo views, birdlife and the occasional Southern Brown Bandicoot. The Discovery Walk takes five to ten minutes. The Cleland Wildlife Park Walk takes one to one and a half hours return, and the Waterfall Gully walk takes approximately two and a half hours return.
The Summit Restaurant Mount Lofty is open every day for breakfast and lunch and Wednesday to Sunday for dinner. For bookings telephone 08 8339 2600. Find information on attractions in the Adelaide Hills and for exploring the rest of South Australia at the accredited Mount Lofty Summit Information Centre. The gift shop displays quality Australian-made items and the talents of local people in a variety of gifts for you to take home.
Groups can learn about the historic and cultural features of Mount Lofty Summit. These are available by appointment and conducted by the Tourism Information Officers.
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Lazy days under the beach umbrella. Cold beers around a barbecue sizzling with the day's catch...See all locations in South Australia