Found in the German settlement town of Hahndorf, the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre is right in the middle of the ... More
Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre (The)
Found in the German settlement town of Hahndorf, the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre is right in the middle of the area's colonial history, scenic beauty and wineries. The site of the first German settlers in Australia and exported Australian wine gives this area a unique resonance. The staff can help with lists of local accommodation and wineries, and give information on places to visit. Ask about walking trails in the area's national parks and conservation parks. Do not miss Mount Lofty Botanic Garden , Cleland Wildlife Park or the Warrawong Sanctuary for endangered Australian wildlife.
Visit the old primary school, built in 1908, for insider knowledge on the hills area. You will meet a group
of extremely helpful and hardworking volunteers eager to share their locally sourced information. The Mundaring Tourism Information Centre covers ...
Dotted with vineyards and farms are villages that contribute to Clare Valley's cottage charm and great restaurants. Set in the
Town Hall, is a small information centre that will make accommodation and restaurant bookings for you. Ask about cycling ...
Forty minutes from Adelaide, the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Centre provides a lot more than accommodation and wine information.
The region has 48 cellar doors which does not include the centre's own vineyard. A rose nursery, home grown ...