What's on in Adelaide Hills


The Adelaide Hills are part of the Mount Lofty Ranges, east of Adelaide. Mount Barker is the largest town and the other major towns in the Adelaide Hills are shown below. The Adelaide Hills is a favourite tourist destination and its mild climate and lush soils yield much sought-after range of fresh food products including fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese and dairy, beef products, venison and small goods and of course its unique range of wines. The Adelaide Hills has many restaurants cafes and wonderful food outlets that sell jams and conserves, breads at artisan bakeries, specialty chocolate makers, home-made dips, honey, native herbs, olives and olive oil and many more. There is a range of markets throughout the Adelaide Hills where you can sample the local products. The Adelaide Hills is also a renowned for its premium cool-climate wine in the Adelaide Hills Wine Region that is divided into seventeen districts : Paracombe ; Kuitpo ; Lenswood ; Paccadilly ; Echunga ; Gumeracha ; Lobethal ; Hahndorf ; Aldgate ; Magill ; Balhannah ; Mannum ; Uleybury ; Clarendon. The fabulous wine and food can be savoured on the Adelaide Hills Food Trails, on which you can, taste local boutique wines at the many cellar door outlets, taste the wonderful fresh produce at farm gate outlets, or enjoy wonderful meals at one of the regions`s cafes or restaurants, many of which are located at the wineries.


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