Summer in the Adelaide Hills

Summer in the Adelaide Hills

What's On
122 Harris Road, Lenswood
23 Feb 2024
30 May 2024

Pick Your Own apples @Lenswood Pick Your Own when the 2024 season officially commences on the 24th February! Enjoy a chance to meet the growers, pick and eat apples fresh off the tree, go behind-the-scenes of a working commercial apple orchard and taste local treats at the Farm Cafe. With farm-themed amusements for kids, it's a fun family day out for everyone!

Various, Woodside
02 Mar 2024

Ride or walk the Amy Gillett Bikeway and discover an array of music, art, food and entertainment all set against the backdrop of the spectacular rolling Adelaide Hills. The 15-kilometre trail winds through picturesque towns, past iconic hills businesses and thriving wineries, encompassing Oakbank, Woodside, Charleston and Mount Torrens. It is open to all ages, you can ride all or part of it and, best of all, it’s free!

68 Heysen Road, Hahndorf
22 Mar 2024
23 Mar 2024

A Taste of the Hills Festival invites you to taste the Adelaide Hills region all at one spectacular location. Join a weekend filled with unlimited tastings, live music, and engaging masterclasses in food, wine, and art. From farm-fresh delights to award-winning wines, savour the rich flavours crafted by passionate producers on an unforgettable journey into the heart of Adelaide Hills.

Gathered Easter Design Market, Hahndorf
102 Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf
29 Mar 2024
31 Mar 2024

The very first Gathered Easter Design Market is coming to Hahndorf! With over 60 stalls to shop from over the Easter Long Weekend, there will be plenty to choose from including homewares, candles, flowers, jewellery, art, clothing, skincare, garden accessories, kids wares, food, coffee, wine and more.

Stirling Laneways, Adelaide Hills
23 Sep 2023
27 Apr 2024

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).


Visit us in summer for strawberry and cherry picking, lush shady wineries and beer gardens, high altitude cool glades and fern gullies.

Acknowledgement of Country

Adelaide Hills Tourism acknowledges the Peramangk & Kaurna people as the traditional custodians and caretakers of the land that is known as the Adelaide Hills. We value the Peramangk & Kaurna people’s rich cultural heritage and spiritual beliefs that connect them with country. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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