Clare Valley Attractions

Described as one of the richest mega fauna sites in Australia, Red Banks Conservation Park features a landscape of rugged red earth gorges, spring fed waterholes and fossilised mega fauna remains. Jus...
Inchiquin Lake is Clare's main water storage facility, an ideal spot for a picnic with open space recreation area, walking trails, play equipment, fishing, extensive lawns and trees.
An impressive 19th century Georgian manor "starred" as "Appleyard College" in the award winning Australian film "Picnic at Hanging Rock". It offers visitors an experience of life in another era.Return...
See the world's only known reconstructed Cornish enginehouse at Morphett's Enginehouse Museum, situated within the Burra Mine Site. The fully functional enginehouse - dating back to 1986 - can be visi...
A 10 kilometre journey from Jamestown, Bundaleer Forest holds the title of Australia's first plantation forest, offering a cool getaway into nature's deciduous forest playground. Take to the many walk...
Dating back to 1850, the Old Police Station Museum was Clare's first police station and courthouse. Now listed as park of South Australia's National Trust, the Old Police Station Museum is a long stan...
The Cellars are nestled among the vineyards close to St Aloysius Church and feature a picturesque grassed picnic area complete with tables, seats and shady trees. Visitors are welcome to share history...
A fine art gallery, selling Australian glassware, pottery, crystal, prints, main line original and professional paintings by Australian artists, with the added attraction of resident wildlife artist, ...
Traversing the picturesque Clare Valley wine region, the Riesling Trail is one of the first rail-trails to be developed in South Australia. Developed by the South Australian Government and the Clare V...
Take a trip back to Burra's past with a stopover at Market Square Museum. Opened by the National Trust in 1966, this old style general store is Burra's first museum, originally operating as a store an...
An idyllic combination of picturesque scenery, heritage rich villages and mild weather makes the Clare Valley perfect for exploring. Additionally, it also makes for some of Australia's best cool clima...
Lush rolling hillsides, quaint villages and a slow, leisurely cycle on your bike are what Clare Valley dreams are made of. Discovering the sights on a cycling trail are made all too easy with all the ...
The unbelievable spot where your vehicle, with the engine turned off, rolls UP HILL!
A native fauna zone which allows visitors close contact with koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles and snakes which are milked for the venom. Night walks can be arranged and include an Aboriginal ochre dig. A...
A pleasant picnic area, where rock pools along the Burra Creek are shaded by giant red gum trees.
where the Cornish miners' buildings have been restored.
enables visitors to walk or drive around 12km of historic buildings, museums, restored colonial homes and mine shafts, including:
- (circa 1856) Classified by National Trust. First gaol outside the Adelaide metropolitan area, where the Australian blockbuster "Breaker Morant" was filmed.