Adelaides Brownhill Creek Caravan and Holiday Park is just 7 kms from Adelaide CBD and Beaches, with easy access from the South Eastern Freeway, in the leafy eastern suburbs of Mitcham, situated in the Brownhill Creek State Recreation Park. Set on 25 Acres, our Adelaide Holiday Park Accommodation is the ideal place to relax and unwind in tranquil surroundings. Enjoy the convenience of being 5 minutes from the Cafe's & Bistro's of Norwood and Unley. Our Caravan Park is also perfectly located for easy access to Adelaide city. 10 minutes from the High Fashion and Cafe's Precinct at Hyde Park, 15 minutes to city and beaches, 15 minutes to the Adelaide Hills, 60 minutes to Barossa Valley, 35 minutes to Fleurieu Peninsula. Experience Adelaide's famous wine regions by booking a Barossa or McLaren Vale Winery Tour.Ideally located to CBD, Wakefield Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital with Direct Bus Routes to City just 7kms.
Marion Motel & Apartments(formerly Comfort Inn on Marion) Family Friendly Motel, caterering for both small & large families as well as Tourists,Business Travellers.We have large units that suit Sporting Teams & Groups.Located west of the city with easy access to the airport, University, Hospitals, & Glenelg Beach. Bus at thedoor to Westfield Marion, SA Aquaitic Swimming Center at Marion & the city.Easy access to Morphettville Racecourse.
We offer FREE secure undercover carparking, BBQ, Tennis Court and swimming pool. Conventient local shopping. FREE WI-FI to all units.
Step back in time to the days of Cobb and Co Coaches with a visit to the Reynella Horse Changing Station. Built in the 1850?s, the carefully restored building has had many different uses, including time as a stable, a church, a black smith?s shop and, of course, as a station at which stage coaches on the Adelaide to Willunga route would stop and change horses.
An interesting collection of historical artefacts, heritage information and photographs describing and depicting this fascinating history are now on display in the restored building. Mementos of your visit can also be purchased.
Car parking and toilet facilities are available in the shopping centre located on the same site as the Reynella Horse Changing Station.
Entry via a gold coin donation to assist with restoration....
Mount Lofty House offers the best of both worlds, superbly positioned overlooking the breathtaking Piccadilly Valley in the Adelaide Hills wine region, yet only 20 minutes from the central business district of Adelaide. As one of Australia's premier boutique country house hotels, Mount Lofty House provides a unique historic setting in which to experience our luxurious accommodation, excellent meeting facilities and friendly personalised service. This multi-award winning property sets a fine example of regional food, wine and hospitality to the leisure and business market.
Please contact operator for special rates....
Horndale Distillery and Wine Cellars is one of the oldest vineyards/wineries in the Adelaide region.
Horndale has one and a half acres of Red Frontignac grapes. These grapes are used to make up Horndale's feature wine Old Horndale Brandy Wood Frontignac. Apart from this small crush, the other wine is made off the premises.
Horndale Cellar Door has a fine selection of Red, White, Sparkling and Fortified Wines. With many medal winners in our stable you are sure to find a wine for that special occasion, or even some to put away.
The cellar door is open for tastings and sales seven days a week. Adjoining the cellar is the old Number One Spirit Store, which has been converted to a function room and restaurant. The Function room is ideal for that special occasion and the bistro is popular with tourists and is open Friday nights. Bookings are essential....
Crafers is full of locations where historic buildings once stood. Keep an eye out for a small brochure called "An Historic Walk Through Crafers". It lists a number of sites along Summit Road, Cox Creek Road and the Crafers Main Street.
The historic Mount Lofty Summit has recently been modernised to include lots of car parking and an exceptional restaurant, that offers superb views over Adelaide and across Gulf St Vincent. It was first sighted and named by Matthew Flinders in 1802. Take Summit Road and follow the signs.
Crafers greatest claim to fame is that the Crafers Hotel is the oldest hotel in the Hills plus it was one of the earliest settlements in the Adelaide Hills.
One of Crafers little secrets is the outstanding Mount Lofty Botanical Gardens nestled in the hills behind Crafers (take the Summit Road and follow the signs), these gardens, with their rich displays of rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias are best seen in spring although they are still impressive all year round. There is a wonderful mixture of European and Australian native plants with the main highlights being Fern Gully and the Woodland Garden....
Deviation Road Winery produces exciting cool climate wines from mature vineyard resources in the Adelaide Hills. Owners Hamish and Kate Laurie continue a five generation winemaking tradition. Devoted to the high altitude sites of the Adelaide Hills and with Kate's French oenology training, the wines they produce are at once traditional and contemporary.
With a fiery passion to create premium bottle fermented and aged sparkling together with textual aromatic whites that can genuinely cellar, their signature style is focussed, textural, restrained and balanced. At Deviation Road every sip reveals a little of the mystery; a taste of the terroir, a glimpse at the season, a hint of the science and a wink to the heritage that crafts its existence.
Located in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, the Deviation Road experience combines a spectacular garden setting with a sophisticated wine menu that showcases the Laurie's commitment to cool climate viticulture. Surrounded by heritage listed bush land, the cellar door and vineyard celebrates the very best of the Adelaide Hills. ...
The Old Clarendon Inn is set around historic buildings (circa 1859) that formed part of the first winery in Clarendon. The vineyard is still in production and produces fine wines which are available for sale by the glass and takeaway in the restaurant.
The Millers Restaurant serves an a la carte dining experience, specialising in the very best steak and seafood with local influence, Thursday to Sunday for lunch and dinner. The restaurant boasts floor to ceiling glass windows with views of the Clarendon Hills and valley beneath. Thursday, Friday and Sunday nights feature a mix of local, national and international live music acts
The complex is built into the hillside, complementing the original charm of the historic and heritage listed buildings, and overlooks the Onkaparinga River and the Clarendon Valley.
Nestled into the hill above the complex are motel units with spectacular views and quiet, comfortable surrounds....
The Horndale Cellars were established in the late 1890's. Built on the hillside, the stone used for the walls of the winery were quarried on the property. Of the 310 acres of vines that once made up Horndale there remains only one and a half acres which are planted to Red Frontignac grapes, from which is made the feature wine Old Horndale Brandy Wood Frontignac Tawny Port.
Apart from this small crush, the other wines are made off premises. The cellar door is open for tasting and sales seven days a week. Adjoining the cellar door is the old Number One Spirit Store, which has been converted to a function room and restaurant with the addition of a kitchen and toilet block.
In addition to the range of bottled wines they now have available in bulk, with a two litre minimum, a range of ports, Sherries and Muscat. Another popular item with both local and interstate visitors is the range of genuine oak barrels, fully seasoned in sizes from two litre to fifty litres, all filled with Tawny Port....
Nirvana Organic Farm offers a diverse collection of cool climate produce including raspberries, currants and gooseberries in summer, to chestnuts in autumn and early winter - available at the farm gate. A large range of jams and preserves are also for sale.
Don't forget the hot roasted chestnuts in Stirling village on autumn weekends!guided by Deb or Quentin features the orchards, wetlands, vegetable gardens, poultry, compost systems, native areas and home garden.
Educational farm walks are available for school, clubs and general interest groups and feature the orchards, wetlands, vegetable gardens, poultry, compost systems, native areas and home garden (minimum numbers and cost applies).
Study courses are also available at the farm in in subjects such as biodynamics, composting, vegetables and poultry. There is a set program annually of short courses, mainly in spring. All courses can be run by appointment for groups, minimum of six people.
Please refer to website for latest course information, costs and farm gate offerings. ...
Great Australian Tours offers specialised packages to four of the most iconic Australian sites- Lake Eyre, the Murray River, the Nullarbor and the expedition route of Burkes and Wills.
Great Australian Tours has experienced guides that will take you on an unforgettable three, four or nine-day tour. Tours itineraries and travel times are flexible, depending on the group and conditions. Prices are inclusive of all accommodation and meals, so take advantage of these amazing packages and make sure your next holiday is with Great Australian Tours.
From history and heritage, to scenic beauty and wildlife, Great Australian Tours caters for an array of tour types and Australian locations....
Trek Tours Australia is a boutique tour company focussed on taking small groups into the wilds of our beautiful country, onto the paths less travelled and into the heart of the Australian wilderness. Our specialty is quality, deep immersion wilderness experiences; our commitment is to sustainable eco-tourism principles. We employ passionate, highly experienced, professional guides, who deliver world class tours in some of the most spectacular places in Australia. We understand that by looking after our wilderness areas and having a total ?leave no trace? policy we are preserving the areas that we visit for future generations. We abide by and believe in the philosophy that when you look after the land, the land looks after you....