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About Adelaide Hills Tourism

The Adelaide Hills tourism region is defined by the South Australian Tourism Commission as the geographical area covering the local government areas of Adelaide Hills Council and the Mount Barker District Council. Adelaide Hills Tourism receives primary funding from both councils with further funding and support from the South Australian Tourism Commission.

Adelaide Hills Tourism is an independent regional tourism organisation constituted as an Incorporated Association. The Adelaide Hills Tourism Board meets monthly and comprises tourism industry representatives as well as representatives from the two councils and other related industry sectors.

Adelaide Hills Tourism's work contributes to an enhanced visitor experience in the region, encouraging visitors to stay longer, do more, come again and recommend Adelaide Hills as a 'must visit' destination. Increased visitor numbers and spending are key to the ongoing sustainability of the region's tourism businesses and jobs growth.

How to be included on this website

Tourism businesses and events located within the official Adelaide Hills tourism region will automatically have a business listing on this site if they are registered with the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ATDW), which is free.

To submit feedback, information, updates and images for consideration please email

Tourism businesses with bookable/saleable products or services (accommodation, tours, event and attraction tickets, car hire, retail) wishing to receive sales through the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre should email - please note a commission applies.

Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide

Insights - Research and Reports

The latest research and industry data about the Adelaide Hills visitor economy - from visitor profiles and trends, to the economic impact of tourism.

State Tourism Resources