Fall in love all over again ...

Welcome to the Adelaide Hills, where every season is another reason to visit and the lunches last all afternoon. Cuddle a koala, meet our winemakers, enjoy a craft beer or cider, pick your own fruit, or come for one of the many events. While regional gateways are just a 20 minute drive from Adelaide, be sure to explore further afield and take your time to revel in the romance of an Adelaide Hills affair.


Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park - Big 4

Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park - Big 4

Accommodation & Caravan Facilities
Conference Centre, Dining


Plentiful Pickings Picnic Trail

Plentiful Pickings Picnic Trail

Create a Hahndorf Gourmet Hamper
Includes Bag & Discount Vouchers


Hahndorf Winter Lantern Festival

Hahndorf Winter Lantern Festival

26 August 2017
Parade - Food - Entertainment

Adelaide Hills Video

View Adelaide Hills Brochure

Adelaide Hills Regional Visitor Guide 2017-2018


World Chocolate Day - 7 July

To celebrate World Chocolate Day, here's our wrap-up of the chocolatiers, chocolate factories and chocolate shops in the Adelaide Hills - we're spoilt for choice!

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Autumn Hills Hotspots

The Adelaide Hills is one of Australia's prime destinations for lovers of spectacular autumn foliage! The deciduous trees, orchards and vineyards flaunt their vibrant colours from March to May with the following favoured viewing locations traditionally peaking towards the end of April.

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Adelaide Hills Visitor Centre

homepage visitorcentreMail Enquiries:
P.O. Box 308
Hahndorf SA 5245
68 Mount Barker Rd
Hahndorf SA 5245

Ph 1800 353 323
Ph (08) 8388 1185

Opens 7 days
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 10.00am to 4.00pm
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

Bushfire Information

The Adelaide Hills is contained within the Mount Lofty Ranges Fire Ban District.

Visitors to our region (and indeed any region in South Australia) should be alert to the possibility of bushfire, particularly during the summer months and on days with high temperatures, wind and low humidity. Please know your risk and what you need to do to stay safe in the event of a fire.

Visitors should also be aware of fire danger ratings and abide by the restrictions as heavy penalties apply for causing fire in South Australia.

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