Head to Hahndorf in September to celebrate its rich linage of artisan culture at more than 300 intimate events and experiences throughout the month-long Hahndorf. Handmade. Handcrafted. Handpicked festival!
This exclusive walking tour through the Hufendorf of Hahndorf includes an apple strudel making class and a hearty German lunch, along with a host of other traditional flavours and experiences. Operating Wednesdays, Fridays and selected Saturdays throughout September and October.
The Bay to Birdwood is one of the world’s great historic motoring events and has been an iconic fixture on the South Australian events calendar since 1980. Thousands of spectators line the 67 kilometre route to view the passing parade of historic motoring from West Beach through to the National Motor Museum, Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills.
Discover incredible artists and entertainers mingled with local traders and pop-up stalls in the laneways of Stirling during the Laneways season – September to May (fourth Sunday of each month and the third in December, no market in January).
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.
The Five Icons of Winter in the Adelaide Hills
Settle in by the fire with a glass of red, tuck into a plate of hearty German fare in Hahndorf or soak in an outdoor tub overlooking the misty hills. The magic of winter has arrived in the Adelaide Hills, so embrace the best of the season with these local tips.
Adelaide Hills Tourism acknowledges the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians and caretakers of the land that is known as the Adelaide Hills. We value the Peramangk people’s rich cultural heritage and spiritual beliefs that connect them with country. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.