Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide : 2016 2017 Adelaide Hills Visitor Guide
50 adelaidehills.org.au | adelaide hills towns Hahndorf and surrounds have a great range of accommodation from luxury villas to motels and the recently redeveloped Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park. LITTLEHAMPTON 32 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D8 Littlehampton offers a pub, restaurant, café and shops. You can explore the area’s farming and rail heritage at Platform 1 Heritage Farm Railway. Kids can learn all about life on the farm, as well as take a ride on the miniature railway. Other attractions include Four Oaks Farm where children can learn how to ride a horse or join a trail ride. LOBETHAL 35 kilometres from Adelaide map reference E6 Famous for the old Onkaparinga Woollen Mill, Lobethal offers boutique cellar doors, a microbrewery, farmers market and a providore. The town is best known for its annual Christmas light display, the Lights of Lobethal Festival, when local residents and businesses decorate their homes and premises with colourful lights. MACCLESFIELD 43 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D11 Located on the Angas River and surrounded by rolling hills, farmland and vineyards, Macclesfield offers several wineries (including Longview Vineyard which features Sunday tapas and luxury accommodation), bed and breakfasts and two historic pubs. Pick up a copy of the self-guided Macclesfield Historic Walk brochure. The village has four bush parklands where visitors can enjoy a picnic. There are walking, cycling and horse riding trails and a village market every Sunday. MEADOWS 47 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C11 Meadows is a picturesque dairy farming and forestry area. The town itself has several historic buildings, craft shops, a winery and an excellent bakery. Attractions include The Cheese Factory Studio Gallery, the monthly market and the Prospect Hill Community Museum. Nearby Kuitpo Forest is a great spot for bushwalking, cycling and horse riding. The Meadow Country Fair in October and Meadows Easter Fair are both popular events. There is a country market held on the second Sunday of each month where you'll find a variety of stalls offering local produce, crafts and baked goods. MOUNT BARKER 34 kilometres from Adelaide map reference D9 One of Australia’s fastest growing regional centres, Mount Barker offers pubs, restaurants, retail stores, specialty shops, cinema and sporting facilities. To appreciate the town’s history, follow the Mount Barker Council Heritage Walk. Mount Barker Summit offers panoramic views of the district while the scenic drive takes in Summit Conservation Park and Laratinga Wetlands. Keith Stephenson Park has picnic facilities and a skate park. It is also the start of Paddy’s Hill Walk, which takes walkers to Littlehampton. The town has an 18 hole public golf course and is home to the SteamRanger vintage steam train and Mount Barker Tourist Park. MYLOR 26 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C8 Mylor is perhaps the only town in the Adelaide Hills not to have a pub. Its largely Methodist population resisted the temptation to build one when the town was first established. Soak up the small village feel at Mylor's country market held on the first Sunday morning of every month. Drop into the Harvest Café for highly rated coffee and meals.