What's on in Macclesfield
Macclesfield is a small town located on the River Angas in the Adelaide Hills Region of South Australia. Macclesfield is famous for its has many historic buildings and genuine village atmosphere. You can enjoy a drink and a meal at one of the local historic hotels: # Macclesfield Hotel # Three Brothers Arms, Macclesfield
# Victoria Hotel, Strathalbyn
# The Barker Hotel, Mt Barker
. You can enjoy strolling through the town and see its historic buildings with marvellous examples of early stone architecture for buildings that are still used as shops and residences. One way to meet the locals and enjoy the local fresh produce is at the The Macclesfield
Weekly Market held every Sunday, organised by the Battunga Country Growers' Market. There are a wide range of items available including wonderful home-grown and organic food produce, local wines, handmade arts and crafts. The surrounding Adelaide Hills Wine Region boasts many boutique wineries, art galleries, country markets, charming villages and nature walks. Families love major attractions such as the giant rocking horse, the National Motor Museum and many wildlife parks.
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