AboutThe Adelaide Hills
"I can't think of any place more perfect than the Adelaide Hills to raise Poppy." - Rosalie
Welcoming and beautiful, the Adelaide Hills is rich in culture and easily accessible to the city of Adelaide. A friendly and family focused environment with a a multitude of nature reserves, parks and excellent schools and sporting groups. Known as The Land of the Long Lunch, fantastic food and wine is a way of life. If you are a food lover, wine lover culture lover, nature lover, animal lover, arts lover or all the above, the Adelaide Hills is for you.
Charming, quaint and elegant, are all part of the “away from it all” ambience that makes the Aldgate Village so special. Picturesque trees and gardens, a distinct and sensational four-seasons provide a year-round kaleidoscope of colour. Whether enjoying a nature trail, or in the Village the local community are a friendly lot and will always make feel welcome.See Full Profile
Nestled in Adelaide’s clean and green hinterland, you will find picturesque streets and an enviable lifestyle. The main street is filled with vibrant shops, an impressive range of quality cafes and restaurants, along with simply beautiful parks and playgrounds.See Full Profile
A beautiful leafy area with a distinct English feel to it with pleasant European gardens and plenty of deciduous trees, mixed with the native gums. Bridgewater offers gorgeous parks, the Coxs Creek, Heysen Trail, local shopping centre and one of the best playgrounds in the area. The Bridgewater Mill and the Bridgewater Inn both are both popular with the locals and visitors. Easily accessed from the South Eastern Freeway approximately 20 minutes to Adelaide.See Full Profile
Crafers is the first township in the Adelaide Hills via the South East Freeway. Its own little hub of lively cafes, restaurants and shops. Crafers is the gateway to the Mt Lofty Summit, Adelaide’s highest peak providing spectacular panoramic views across Adelaide’s city skyline and the coast. Fringed by the renown Mt Lofty Botanic Gardens, Cleland Wildlife Park and numerous walking and hiking trails, this area is know for its beauty and abundance of native wildlife.See Full Profile
Australia’s oldest German Town, is set amongst the most picturesque landscapes and is South Australia’s premier tourist attraction. Hahndorf welcomes visitors with a beautiful tree-lined street, filled with boutiques, local produce, art, crafts, cafes, specialty delicatessens and restaurants.See Full Profile
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