Top Day Trips from Adelaide
From the seaside town of Glenelg to tasting your way through the Barossa Valley, there are so many day trips you can do from Adelaide.
Located only 20 minutes from Adelaide CBD, the seaside suburb of Glenelg is a place not to be missed. Easily accessible by both car and tram from Adelaide, you can relax on the beach, dine at one of the many restaurants and cafes or shop until you drop along the kilometre strip of boutique shops of Jetty Road. Finish the day with a drink while watching the sunset over the water.
Handorf, Adelaide Hills
Enjoy a taste of Germany with a visit Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement, Hahndorf – a pleasant 30 minute drive from the city. Rich in history with German-style architecture, Hahndorf has a small village charm with boutique shops, cafes and restaurants that line the Main Street. Enjoy free cheese tasting at Udder Delights, wine tasting at Landhaus Cellar Door and a hearty German lunch at Haus. Plus you can even pick your own strawberries between November and April at Beerenberg Strawberry Farm. On the way back, take the scenic route and stop off at Mt Lofty Summit, Adelaide's highest peak and take in the spectacular panoramas of the city and the coast.
A foodie’s heaven and only 1 hour from Adelaide, the Barossa is renowned for its picturesque scenery, award winning wineries, gourmet food and produce. Explore by car, bike or a guided tour (if you want to taste the local drop). No visit to the Barossa is complete without a visit to Maggie Beer's Farm Shop. Enjoy lunch while overlooking the farm, stock up on gourmet food or grab a picnic to enjoy later. Plus don't miss live cooking demonstrations daily at 2pm.