What's on in Hahndorf


Hahndorf is a small town in the Adelaide Hills situated about 27 km from Adelaide. It is a major tourist destination with strong heritage and community links to Silesia, Prussia and Germany. The town has charming tree-lined streets dotted with cafes, bakeries, bars, arts and craft shops and restaurants, some with a German theme. You can see the former home and studio of the famous Australian artist Sir Hans Heysen - The Cedars - that has a fine collection of drawings and paintings. There are many wonderful bouique wineries and food outlets in the Hahndorf area including an outlet offering pick-your-own strawberries at Beerenberg. Hahndorf has an outstanding collection of galleries, souvenir shops, antique shops and various craft outlets including the famous Hahndorf Academy - a regional centre for arts and heritage. Children love the fascinating Hahndorf Farm Barn that includes a wildlife park and a farmyard where children can play with a variety of gentle animals. There are many options for meals at the wonderful restaurants and cafes in Hahndorf, including the Inn Hotel. There is a also a diverse range of quality accommodation in Hahndorf and the surrounding towns. Some of the local attractions are: # Thiele`s Cottage and Thiele`s Flower Shop # Guided Tour of the Town # Haebich`s Cottage # Hillstowe Wines # The Old Mill # Detmold House # Storison Arts and Crafts # Pioneer Gardens # St Michael`s Lutheran Church # Hahndorf Academy # German Arms Hotel # Hahndorf Inn # St Pauls Lutheran Church # Hans Heysen's House and Studio # Beerenberg Strawberry Farm. The major entertainment options and events in the district are: # Hills Band Festival, Lobethal # Lights Of Lobethal Festival # National Motor Museum, Birdwood # Rock & Roll Rendezvous # Crush 11 - Adelaide Hills Wine and Food Festival # Crush 11 - Adelaide Hills Wine and Food Festival # The Hahndorf Town Band Musikfest # The Band Festival # Sunday Sessions at Nepenthe.

The Adelaide Hills Regions is 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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