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From Adelaide: Hahndorf and Barossa Valley with Winery Lunch

1. From Adelaide: Hahndorf and Barossa Valley with Winery Lunch

After morning pickup from Adelaide and Glenelg, head towards the Barossa Valley to discover the region’s charming villages, vineyards, and German heritage. Stop in the historic village of Hahndorf, one of the most important German settlements in the region. Wander through the town and be charmed by its quaint 19th-century architecture. Afterward, take a scenic drive through the Barossa Valley, where you’ll stop in Lyndoch at the Kies Winery. Famed for its prolific production, enjoy a wine tasting alongside lunch at this family-run vineyard. With your palate piqued, head to more wineries and a chocolate factory, capping things off at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop. Return to your accommodation in Adelaide around 5:15 PM, just in time to reflect on the sights and tastes of the day over dinner.

Adelaide: Highlights, Hahndorf, & McLaren Vale Wine Tastings

2. Adelaide: Highlights, Hahndorf, & McLaren Vale Wine Tastings

Join this full-day small-group tour featuring some of Adelaide's finest experiences, including a visit to the German settlement town of Hahndorf and two wine tastings. Pickup is available from selected locations around Adelaide CBD. Your tour starts with a city highlights tour. As you get your bearings, learn about Adelaide's history and gain some insider secrets from your tour guide, the must-dos, the places to visit, and the best restaurants at which to enjoy Adelaide's finest food. Traveling out of the city, the tour takes you to visit the iconic Adelaide Oval (events permitting). Then, head through picturesque North Adelaide, scattered with stunning Federation architecture and lavish homes.  Be sure to have your camera ready because the next stop is a spectacular view of Adelaide from the summit of Mount Lofty. From Mount Lofty, it's on to Hahndorf. The German settlement of Hahndorf is an absolute delight. With its abundance of boutique shops and eateries, there's plenty to explore as you enjoy 2 hours of free time to do whatever you please. Meet the bus back at Bus Stop 54 on the main street of Hahndorf. Climb back on board, sit back, relax, and enjoy the short but scenic drive through the heart of the beautiful Adelaide Hills en route to the iconic wine-tasting region of McLaren Vale. Once you arrive at McLaren Vale the first stop is the stunning Chapel Hill Winery. Have your taste buds primed and your camera poised as your host at Chapel Hill tantalizes you with a wonderful wine tasting experience at their picturesque cellar door. From Chapel Hill, you'll wind through the stunning countryside, with grapevines and sea views as you head to the next winery, the quaint Shingleback Winery.  This Wine tasting is really relaxed and you'll get to enjoy a structured tasting of Shinglebacks finest wines. If you're peckish, you can purchase a cheeseboard to enjoy with your wine. Now the tour heads back towards Adelaide along the scenic route. Gaze out at the Adelaide coastline as you journey towards the final destination of the day, Adelaide's beautiful seaside suburb of Glenelg.  There are two options here. Either take a 20-minute stroll to check the place out and hop back on board or stay and make your own way back on the tram.

Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf & Mount Lofty from Adelaide

3. Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf & Mount Lofty from Adelaide

Depart your city hotel for an afternoon tour of the Adelaide Hills. Drive along North Terrace - Adelaide’s cultural precinct - on the way to Mount Lofty Summit, Adelaide’s highest peak. Take in the spectacular views of the city and the coastline - a perfect photo opportunity. Wind your way through the Adelaide Hills villages of Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater before arriving at Hahndorf, Adelaide’s oldest German settlement. Spend the afternoon exploring the main street of Hahndorf where you can sample local produce, check out the local arts and crafts before enjoying afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting at the very popular Hahndorf Inn.

South Australia: Guided Full-Day Highlights Tour

4. South Australia: Guided Full-Day Highlights Tour

Get picked up from your accommodation in Glenelg at 9 AM or Adelaide at 9:20 – 9:30 AM for a full day of sightseeing around the gorgeous Fleurieu Peninsula.  Enjoy the scenic drive from Adelaide through the Adelaide Hills before arriving in the historic German village of Hanhdorf. Treat yourself to morning tea at The Haus, visit the Antique Clock Museum, or shop around in the village's boutique stores. Travel on to the old paddle steamer port of Goolwa for a stroll along the beach where the Murray River meets the sea. Make a short stopover at South Australia's greatest surfing beach before continuing on to Victor Harbor. Keep your eyes peeled for whales as you pass Basham Beach during whale season.  Next, explore the seaside town of Victor Harbor where you can visit the Whale Center and Museum. Take advantage of the chance to visit Granite Island and check out the fairy penguins or ride the famous horse-drawn tram. Purchase lunch from one of the many quaint restaurants and pubs. Your last stop of the day will be McLaren Vale, one of Australia's oldest and finest olive, wine, and almond-growing regions. Taste some of the area's best wines, purchase some locally-grown, homemade delicacies before returning back to your accommodation at around 5:30 PM.

Adelaide: Private Customizable Wine and Sightseeing Tour

5. Adelaide: Private Customizable Wine and Sightseeing Tour

Create your dream tour of the Adelaide Hills and surrounding areas and visit only the sights that interest you the most. Together with up to 3 other guests, travel through the Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Mclaren Vale, and Clare Valley wine regions. Discover the best South Australia has to offer from your expert guide/driver. Visit both iconic and boutique wineries as well as local attractions including Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving settlement. Choose which wineries to visit based on your individual tastes, or alternatively opt out of visiting wineries and simply admire the best sights and attractions in the area.

Adelaide: Half-Day City Highlights, Mt. Lofty, and Hahndorf

6. Adelaide: Half-Day City Highlights, Mt. Lofty, and Hahndorf

Experience the best of Adelaide on a half-day tour. This tour covers some of the top spots around the city before heading to Mt. Lofty and then onto Hahndorf. In Adelaide you'll see the St. Peter's Cathedral, the cultural boulevard of North Terrace, the University of Adelaide, the South Australia Museum, Art Gallery, and State Library, and the world-famous Adelaide Oval. Discovering further, you will encounter the Colonel Light's Lookout, Plane Tree Drive, Victoria Square, and more. Once you've finished exploring the city, the tour heads to Mt. Lofty Lookout to give you a birds-eye view of the city before heading to Hahndorf. Once in Hahndorf you will have free time to taste food and wine, explore the art galleries, shop, and wander the streets of Australia's first German settlement. Your tour will then drop you back to your tour's start point.

From Melbourne: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour with Lodging

7. From Melbourne: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour with Lodging

Our first stop along the coast is at a famous surfing beach before travelling the very scenic Great Ocean Road. While winding our way along we stop to view the ‘Arch’ and tell you of the intriguing story of this incredible memorial road. Lorne is the largest of the seaside resorts and is a perfect place for a lunch break. After lunch we cruise along the spectacular road, stopping at many scenic spots including Kennett River where we try to spot koalas in the wild. Your private self contained villa is set high on a hill overlooking the Southern Ocean. This amazing setting is a great place to relax and unwind for a couple of hours (accommodation based on availability). Dinner tonight is at the most renowned restaurant along the coast, Chris’s at Beacon Point. Our journey starts after breakfast with us travelling through the Otway ranges where we take you on a 1km guided walk through a cool temperate rainforest gully to see the world’s tallest flowering plants, prehistoric trees and ferns. Our first stop along the Shipwreck coast is at Castle Cove overlooking the Aire River valley. In this area millions of years ago when Australia was part of the great southern land, Gondwana, dinosaurs were roaming the land. A unique find along the coast in 1987 uncovered important clues into the world’s prehistoric past. The 12 Apostles are Icons of Australia’s natural beauty. We arrive as the stacks are lit with the morning sun making them perfect for photos and crowd free. After hearing of the creation of the stacks and holding some of the limestone rock you can explore the beautiful sights. We then visit ‘Loch Ard Gorge’, the site of the most famous 19th century Australian shipwreck. We retell the story from the calm voyage, the tragic wreck, the courageous survivors and their ultimate fate. While hearing the tale you will be able to see and hold some original artefacts, photos and documents from the ‘Loch Ard’ contained in our treasure chests. Port Campbell is our lunch stop for today. After lunch we travel to a lesser known but highly impressive area of the Great Ocean Road west of Port Campbell. Our journey then continues through Warrnambool and onto Tower Hill Game Reserve where we may have the chance to see Koalas, Kangaroos and Emus. Our journey then continues through picturesque Port Fairy towards Mount Gambier, home of the ‘Blue’ crater lake and numerous ‘sinkholes’. We check into our overnight accommodation at ‘The Commodore on the park’ in Mount Gambier and start enjoying friendly country hospitality in complete comfort. Our third day starts with a visit to the Naracoorte Caves National Park for a cave tour with a local guide. These limestone caves are World Heritage listed area due to the fossils of the ‘Mega Fauna’ found buried in the Caves. We stop in Keith for lunch before joining the highway towards Adelaide. On our approach to the city we visit the very popular tourist village of Hahndorf and Mount Lofty summit.

South Australia: 7-day Local Food & Wine Guided E-bike Tour

8. South Australia: 7-day Local Food & Wine Guided E-bike Tour

This all-inclusive experience is available to anyone with a sense of adventure who enjoys food, wine, and wildlife and loves being outdoors. E-bikes make cycling easy, and make seeing the South Australian state a breeze. Join for a 7-day, fully guided E-bike safari through South Australia. Ride the famous Riesling Trail in Clare Valley. Visit The Barossa Valley, Maggie Beer at Seppeltsfield Road. Explore the Langhorne Creek wine region along the Grapes for Good trail, enjoy the Adelaide Hills, and come face-to-face with Australian wildlife at Cleland Wildlife Park. Your E-bike tour will also take you to the plains of Monarto Safari Park for an exclusive cycling safari.Day 1Travel to Adelaide with accommodation at the ibis Adelaide hotel.Day 2Pickup from the ibis and head to the mid-North, where you will be guided through the Clare Valley Riesling Trail. Stop at your accommodation at the Clare Country Club. From here, your guide will take you to selected wineries including O'Leary Walker Wines for a wine tasting and lunch. Next, stop in at Mad Bastard Wines for another tasting. Conclude your 2nd day with dinner at the Watervale Hotel.Day 3Explore the Barossa Valley where you will hop on the E-bikes and ride the 20-km Barossa Rail Trail to Maggie Beers. Have lunch and a wine tasting at Seppeltsfield where the bus will meet you and drive to the city of Murray Bridge. Check into your accommodation for the night at the Bridgepoint Hotel, and enjoy a high tea complete with a glass of sparkling wine.Day 4Cycle Langhorne Creek wine region. Visit wineries on the Grapes for Good trail, a conservation initiative of Monarto Safari Park, and six wineries, where proceeds from wine purchases go back to animals in the wild.Enjoy a taste or two of the local drop at each stop, then end up at Lake Breeze Wines. where you will be treated to a tasty picnic and a bottle of sparkling Blanc de Blanc.Your 5 stops for the day will also include cheese, gin, beer, chocolate, and a historical tour to mix things up. Next, head back to Bridgeport Hotel for the night.Day 5Immerse yourself in nature as you cycle Monarto Safari Park before the gates open. Watch the giraffe roam while you enjoy a light breakfast, made from local native ingredients sourced from the on-site Ngeragi ya:yun (native food garden). See animals including rhinos, chimpanzees, and zebras.Get a prey's eye view when you take the walk of the brave at Lions 360, Australia’s only 360-degree lion encounter at Monarto Safari Park. Spend the night at a 4-star hotel, The Manna by Haus. Day 6Ride through the historic town, Hahndorf in The Adelaide Hills where you can enjoy famous Australian art from Hans Heysen and a beautiful cheese platter from Udder Delights. Finish your experience at Cleland Wildlife Park where you come face-to-face with Australian wildlife. Enjoy your last night at The ibis, in Adelaide.Day 7Tour concludes.

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4.7 / 5

based on 29 reviews

Our driver was an excellent guide, who was knowledgeable and friendly. The wineries chosen were delightful! I thoroughly enjoyed my full day experience. 5 stars!!!!

We had a great time and learnt so much about Adelaide’s history and attractions. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and the whole trip was well organised.

It was wonderful to go to Hahndorf. A lovely place. Great food, great people and lovely shops. Bus driver very knowledgeable.

paul was very knowledgeable, real friendly, and real passionate with his work. would recommend to travelers in adelaide!

Fantastic wineries, comfortable travel and great guide.