What's on Balhannah, Adelaide Hills
Balhannah is a small thriving tourist town located in the Adelaide Hills Region about 30 km southeast of the centre of Adelaide. Balhannah began in 1839 and developed as a rural service centre for the local farming community. It has been transformed to mostly focus on tourism as an integral part of the thriving Adelaide Hills Wine Region, which is very popular for day tours, week-end trip and longer vacations.re many wine tours in the area and you can follow the local wine trail. Balhannah is renowned for its chocolate shop - which has a wonderful rang of products that are pure indulgence. There are many fabulous wineries nearby including: Nepenthe Wines and Shaw and Smith Wines. Both the Stanley Bridge Hotel (Verdun) and the Balhannah Hotel are very popular and there are many excellent cafes
and fine restaurants including the famous Maximilian Restaurant. You can stay at one of the lovely bed and breakfasts and other accommodation choices at Balhannah and in the other towns and villages in the Adelaide Hills. The Balhannah district is home of charming food outlets, country markets, fine boutique wineries, art and craft galleries, scenic drives, romantic weekends away, great pubs and nature walks. There are many attractions for the whole family including the Giant Rocking Horse, National Motor Museum and wildlife parks.
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
. 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.
What's to See and Do Adelaide Hills - Attractions, Activities