The Adelaide Hills are home to charming main-streets, rolling green hills, winding roads and wonderful views. Home to heritage towns like Hahndorf – and some exciting outdoor adventures!

Home to a large number of world famous wineries, craft breweries and cider houses, your palate is sure to be tickled. You can even taste fresh produce at the local farmers markets of even from the farm itself. The Adelaide Hills region is one of the cooler wine regions of mainland Australia as, despite warm days in January and February when the grapes are ripening, the region generally experiences cool nights. This significant diurnal variation results in cool mean daily temperatures even in summer and the consequence of this is high quality, cool-climate wines

There are several wildlife parks throughout the Adelaide Hills where you can see the native Australian animals as well as hold a koala or feed a kangaroo.

The Adelaide Hills are part of the Mount Lofty Ranges, east of the city of Adelaide in the state of South Australia. It is unofficially centred on the largest town in the area, Mount Barker, which has a population of around 29,000 and is also one of Australia's fastest growing towns.