If you're after some assistance or advice while planning your visit to the Adelaide Hills or once you are already in region we have a network of visitor information centres and outlets with passionate locals on standby to help.
Whether you phone, email or visit, the friendly staff and volunteers at the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre in Hahndorf will engage with you, inspire you, help you with bookings, and share the tips and stories that will make your visit even better.
The Visitor Information Centre provides a professionally managed and non-profit service run purely to enhance your visitor experience and grow local tourism in the region. The Centre is run by the Mount Barker District Council with additional support from Adelaide Hills Tourism.
The Centre is fully accredited, with policies and procedures that have been established and audited against a national standard to ensure the best possible service to visitors. Staff and volunteers (mostly locals) are well trained and passionate about the Adelaide Hills region.
Visitor services include:
bookings for accommodation, tours and car hire
event and attraction entry tickets
a limited souvenir and retail range
visitor information (including brochures and maps) for the Adelaide Hills and South Australia
local and regional tourism and business information
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre in Hahndorf has temporarily changed its operating hours to 10am to 4pm daily including weekends and public holidays (closed Christmas Day).
Location and contact details:
68 Main Street, Hahndorf, South Australia, 5245 (Hahndorf Academy building)
Postal Address: P.O. Box 308, Hahndorf, South Australia, 5245
Phone within Australia: (08) 8393 7600
International Phone: +61 8 8393 7600
Mount Lofty Summit, Crafers
Mount Lofty Visitor Information Outlet & Gift Shop
Mount Lofty Summit Road, Crafers
Phone (08) 8370 1054
Mount Barker Community Library, Mount Barker
Dumas Street, Mount Barker
Stirling Library, Stirling
Adelaide Hills Library Service (Coventry)
63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling
When travelling throughout South Australia, look out for blue signs displaying a yellow "i" symbol. These signs will show you the way to a visitor information centre. The symbol means that they are accredited and offer professional standards of operation and service.
The friendly staff at an Accredited Visitor Information Centre are the best people to give you impartial advice, help you with bookings, and provide local knowledge of the region you’re travelling in. If you are travelling on to other regions use this handy list of other accredited visitor information centres around South Australia.