Adelaide Hills Attractions

The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market, open every Saturday morning, is a welcome weekend outing for those looking for fresh specialty produce in an open and social environment. Over 25 stallholders offer ...
Situated within the Adelaide Hills, Belair National Park is the first declared national park in South Australia, enjoyed by around 250,000 visitors each year. A large bush park with picnic and barbecu...
A hikers haven, the Adelaide Hills offer a range of short and long trails to take to on a stroll, from the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden through to the challenging Heysen Trail which racks up an impressi...
Make use of those glorious Adelaide Hills with a self driving tour, where you can embrace the beauty of hill top views, art galleries, well renowned vineyards and quaint historic towns. A little slice...
With more than 40,000 bikes sold each year in South Australia, it's little wonder that mountain biking has become such a popular sport, particularly when combined with the beauty of the rolling Adelai...
Take a quick drive from Adelaide city and discover what lays beyond the lush greenery of the Adelaide Hills - with a spot of golf, of course. Offering a series of challenging courses that take you ove...
One of Australia's most famed cool climate wine region, the Adelaide Hills is home to over 90 wine labels and 48 cellar doors, all of which are spread over lush, vibrant scenery with breathtaking view...
An award winning conservation park situated twenty minutes from Adelaide, Cleland Wildlife Park is a major tourist attraction featuring some of the nation's most iconic creatures. Get up and close wit...
The tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere with panoramic views from the Stirling Ranges to Albany.