Experience our Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Half-Day Tour to see the unique and historic villages and spend time at the German village of Hahndorf.
- Drive past Bridgewater Mill water wheel and the villages of Crafers, Stirling, and Aldgate.
- Stop at Beerenberg Farm Shop.
- Free time in the German village of Hahndorf with afternoon tea or beer tastings
Depart from your city hotel for an Adelaide Hills afternoon ride. Drive through North Terrace-the cultural district of Adelaide-on the way to Mount Lofty Summit, the highest peak of Adelaide.
Take in the city and coastline’s spectacular views-a perfect photo opportunity. Wind your way through Adelaide Hills and Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate, and Bridgewater villages before arriving at Hahndorf— the oldest German settlement in Australia. Visit the Beerenberg Farm Shop where you can taste and buy from the full product range.
Spend the afternoon exploring Hahndorf’s main street where you can sample local produce, check out local arts and crafts before enjoying tea at the famous Hahndorf Inn afternoon, or a traditional German beer tasting.
North Terrace (Pass By)
Drive along Adelaide’s cultural precinct, North Terrace, and see the Museum, Art Gallery, and Universities’ historic buildings.
Mount Lofty Summit
Stop at Adelaide’s highest peak, Mount Lofty Summit, and take in the spectacular views of the city and coastline – a perfect photo opportunity.
Stop at the Beerenberg Farm, famous for its jams, condiments, sauces, and dressings. There will be some time to taste and purchase from their full range of products.
Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest German settlement, and you will have free time to spend exploring the main street. Sample the local produce, check out the local arts and crafts before enjoying afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting at the popular Hahndorf Inn.
Top attractions in Adelaide
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Adelaide and Australia travel guides
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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Adelaide
The peak season for flights to Adelaide is January, March and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is May, June and July.
Adelaide is served by Adelaide Airport. Direct flights to Adelaide are offered by 13 airlines. Most flights are with Qantas.
Adelaide and Australia attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Adelaide and Australia.