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Alys' Guidebook to the Adelaide Foothills Retreat

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Alys' Guidebook to the Adelaide Foothills Retreat

Local Sightseeing
Just around the corner from the Foothills Retreat
Just a few minutes walk around the corner from the Foothills' Retreat is the expansive Horsnell Gully and Giles Conservation Park. This hidden gem offers a truly secluded wilderness walk. Tucked between Cleland Conservation Park and Morialta Conservation Park, this lesser-known park offers plenty of walking options, including sections of the Heysen and Yurrebilla trails. Explore the old Giles homestead ruins, spot koalas in dense bushland and soak in city views. In the cooler months there's also a running waterfall and some gentle rock-climbing for the more avid hiker!
Horsnell Gully Conservation Park
Just a few minutes walk around the corner from the Foothills' Retreat is the expansive Horsnell Gully and Giles Conservation Park. This hidden gem offers a truly secluded wilderness walk. Tucked between Cleland Conservation Park and Morialta Conservation Park, this lesser-known park offers plenty of walking options, including sections of the Heysen and Yurrebilla trails. Explore the old Giles homestead ruins, spot koalas in dense bushland and soak in city views. In the cooler months there's also a running waterfall and some gentle rock-climbing for the more avid hiker!
Local Food Scene
Restaurants down the road and around the corner
Foothills Retreat’s closest cafe and pizzeria with an extensive list of fantastic traditional and vegan pizzas, burgers and plant-based vegan burgers, hotdogs, pasta and cakes. Quick pick up option and delivery.
Amigo's Cafe & Pizzeria
568 Magill Road
Foothills Retreat’s closest cafe and pizzeria with an extensive list of fantastic traditional and vegan pizzas, burgers and plant-based vegan burgers, hotdogs, pasta and cakes. Quick pick up option and delivery.
Fantastic cafe and the closest coffee and breakfast spot to the Foothills Retreat. Great coffee, eggs, fritters, pancakes and smoothies. Open until 2pm 7 days.
Hibernia Cafe
611 Magill Rd
Fantastic cafe and the closest coffee and breakfast spot to the Foothills Retreat. Great coffee, eggs, fritters, pancakes and smoothies. Open until 2pm 7 days.
Just down the road in Magill: Artisan coffee and all-day breakfast loved by locals for their buttermilk pancakes, power brekkie bowls and eggs benny. Check out their menu at: https://www.longlostfriend.net/
long lost friend cafe
523 Magill Rd
Just down the road in Magill: Artisan coffee and all-day breakfast loved by locals for their buttermilk pancakes, power brekkie bowls and eggs benny. Check out their menu at: https://www.longlostfriend.net/
Adelaide's only dedicated 100% vegan pizza bar is just down the road in Magill. Offering a plant-based meat range and a vegetarian and health range, there is something for everyone. Feel good for you, the animals and the planet! To browse their menu, visit: https://vspot.com.au/
V Spot Pizza Bar
385 Magill Road
Adelaide's only dedicated 100% vegan pizza bar is just down the road in Magill. Offering a plant-based meat range and a vegetarian and health range, there is something for everyone. Feel good for you, the animals and the planet! To browse their menu, visit: https://vspot.com.au/
For a special occasion. Situated at the spiritual home of Penfolds, Magill Estate Restaurant combines modern architectural style with the natural attributes of its Adelaide foothills location. Stunning views, contemporary food, and exemplary service are complemented by a cellar boasting the finest collection of wines to complete one of Australia’s finest food and wine experiences. OPENING HOURS Dinner Wednesday - Saturday from 6.30pm. Lunch Saturday and Sunday from 12pm. The restaurant will be closed from Thursday 24th December – Friday 1st January 2021. For bookings and more information, visit: https://www.penfolds.com/en-au/visit/magill-estate-restaurant
Penfolds Magill Estate Restaurant
78 Penfold Rd
For a special occasion. Situated at the spiritual home of Penfolds, Magill Estate Restaurant combines modern architectural style with the natural attributes of its Adelaide foothills location. Stunning views, contemporary food, and exemplary service are complemented by a cellar boasting the finest collection of wines to complete one of Australia’s finest food and wine experiences. OPENING HOURS Dinner Wednesday - Saturday from 6.30pm. Lunch Saturday and Sunday from 12pm. The restaurant will be closed from Thursday 24th December – Friday 1st January 2021. For bookings and more information, visit: https://www.penfolds.com/en-au/visit/magill-estate-restaurant
Unravel a wine experience of grand proportions at Penfold's Magill Estate. Expand your palate with celebrated wine and food, or explore the spiritual birthplace for some of the most famous Australian winemaking stories, dating back to 1844. Magill Estate Cellar Door, fine dining Restaurant and Kitchen all offer serene views of Penfolds first vineyard. It’s located just 8kms from Adelaide CBD in the sheltered haunches of the Mounty Lofty Ranges, making it one of the world’s few urban single vineyards. OPENING HOURS 7 days, 10am-5pm Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Journey to the heart of Penfolds winemaking on one of two Magill Estate tasting tours on offer; available in English and Mandarin.
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Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door
78 Penfold Rd
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Unravel a wine experience of grand proportions at Penfold's Magill Estate. Expand your palate with celebrated wine and food, or explore the spiritual birthplace for some of the most famous Australian winemaking stories, dating back to 1844. Magill Estate Cellar Door, fine dining Restaurant and Kitchen all offer serene views of Penfolds first vineyard. It’s located just 8kms from Adelaide CBD in the sheltered haunches of the Mounty Lofty Ranges, making it one of the world’s few urban single vineyards. OPENING HOURS 7 days, 10am-5pm Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Journey to the heart of Penfolds winemaking on one of two Magill Estate tasting tours on offer; available in English and Mandarin.
The closest pub to the Foothills Retreat for drinks and a traditional pub meal.
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Tower Hotel
621 Magill Rd
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The closest pub to the Foothills Retreat for drinks and a traditional pub meal.
Half Day Trip
Explore the nearby surrounding areas within 10 km of the Foothill’s Retreat
Visit Cleland Wildlife Park and feed kangaroos as they laze, wander wetlands, and surround yourself with over 130 species of Australian wildlife, all just 20 minutes from Adelaide. Cleland Wildlife Park is one of only a few places in the world where visitors can hold a koala. The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of South Australia's must-see attractions. Located in a beautiful natural bush land setting, Cleland offers visitor's many memorable opportunities to discover a large number of South Australia's captivating wildlife. Many animals are free-roaming in the 35-hectare park, creating wonderful impromptu opportunities to touch and interact with their native wildlife. Engaging interpretation, daily educational keeper talks, and self-guided discovery trails, all enhance the visitor's experience. Personal encounters with South Australian wildlife, combined with a licensed café and souvenir shop, ensure that Cleland has something for everyone. *Please note during extreme weather events the park may be closed for guests safety. Visit their website for further details. https://www.clelandwildlifepark.sa.gov.au/Home
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Cleland Wildlife Park
365 Mount Lofty Summit Rd
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Visit Cleland Wildlife Park and feed kangaroos as they laze, wander wetlands, and surround yourself with over 130 species of Australian wildlife, all just 20 minutes from Adelaide. Cleland Wildlife Park is one of only a few places in the world where visitors can hold a koala. The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of South Australia's must-see attractions. Located in a beautiful natural bush land setting, Cleland offers visitor's many memorable opportunities to discover a large number of South Australia's captivating wildlife. Many animals are free-roaming in the 35-hectare park, creating wonderful impromptu opportunities to touch and interact with their native wildlife. Engaging interpretation, daily educational keeper talks, and self-guided discovery trails, all enhance the visitor's experience. Personal encounters with South Australian wildlife, combined with a licensed café and souvenir shop, ensure that Cleland has something for everyone. *Please note during extreme weather events the park may be closed for guests safety. Visit their website for further details. https://www.clelandwildlifepark.sa.gov.au/Home
Rising over 710m above sea level, the summit provides a picturesque panoramic view over Adelaide’s city skyline, as far as Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula on clear days. The gift shop displays a range of Australian giftware and local goods, and also provides tourist information, local maps, brochures and regional visitor guides. A popular place to watch the sunset, the summit is also place for walkers to rest after hiking on one of the many trails before descending the hill.
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Mount Lofty Summit
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Rising over 710m above sea level, the summit provides a picturesque panoramic view over Adelaide’s city skyline, as far as Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula on clear days. The gift shop displays a range of Australian giftware and local goods, and also provides tourist information, local maps, brochures and regional visitor guides. A popular place to watch the sunset, the summit is also place for walkers to rest after hiking on one of the many trails before descending the hill.
A 10-15 minute drive away is beautiful Waterfall Gully. Located in Cleland Conservation Park, Waterfall Gully is home to the largest of seven waterfalls that exist in the park. The popular and strenuous walking trail to Mt Lofty Summit starts at the Waterfall Gully car park and climbs through the park's steep hills, native vegetation and stringybark forest, providing spectacular views over Adelaide. The walking path is very popular and can be especially busy on weekends. For a more secluded walk, try the locals' tip of Horsnell Gully - right around the corner from your Foothills' Retreat.
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Waterfall Gully
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A 10-15 minute drive away is beautiful Waterfall Gully. Located in Cleland Conservation Park, Waterfall Gully is home to the largest of seven waterfalls that exist in the park. The popular and strenuous walking trail to Mt Lofty Summit starts at the Waterfall Gully car park and climbs through the park's steep hills, native vegetation and stringybark forest, providing spectacular views over Adelaide. The walking path is very popular and can be especially busy on weekends. For a more secluded walk, try the locals' tip of Horsnell Gully - right around the corner from your Foothills' Retreat.
Farmers' market and historic town. The nearby historic town of Uraidla features a historic pub, cafe, brewery as well as a step back in time to South Australia's rural past. The market takes place in the Old Uraidla Institute on Greenhill Road, on the first and third Sunday of each month, 10:00–15:00. It is a small market, but it offers a good range fresh fruits, vegetables, berries, oils, eggs, wines, jams, plants, skin care products, knitwear and crafts. There are also homemade cakes and biscuits with tea and coffee, and a barbeque. Considering that it is only a short and picturesque drive from Adelaide, it is well worth the trip.
Uraidla
Farmers' market and historic town. The nearby historic town of Uraidla features a historic pub, cafe, brewery as well as a step back in time to South Australia's rural past. The market takes place in the Old Uraidla Institute on Greenhill Road, on the first and third Sunday of each month, 10:00–15:00. It is a small market, but it offers a good range fresh fruits, vegetables, berries, oils, eggs, wines, jams, plants, skin care products, knitwear and crafts. There are also homemade cakes and biscuits with tea and coffee, and a barbeque. Considering that it is only a short and picturesque drive from Adelaide, it is well worth the trip.
In need of a new outfit before your special occasion degustation at Magill Estate? Adelaide's premier shopping destination is any easy 13 minute drive away (8.4 km). Burnside Village features an array of retail therapy delights, including Zara, Australian fashion labels, beauty clinics, Harry Hartog bookshop, Coles supermarket and much more. Ample parking.
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BURNSIDE VILLAGE
447 Portrush Rd
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In need of a new outfit before your special occasion degustation at Magill Estate? Adelaide's premier shopping destination is any easy 13 minute drive away (8.4 km). Burnside Village features an array of retail therapy delights, including Zara, Australian fashion labels, beauty clinics, Harry Hartog bookshop, Coles supermarket and much more. Ample parking.
Day Trip
For explorations slightly further afield but still an easy drive away of under an hour
Go for a drive through the Adelaide Hills to be immersed in Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. A heritage listed town, Hahndorf’s steep history and character lends itself to a picturesque and interesting village to discover. Stroll down the iconic main street and explore heritage German buildings, bakeries, pubs and cafes that line the bustling leafy street. Enjoy a traditional German feast at the Hahndorf Inn and wander through beautiful galleries and shops offering everything from traditional sweets and local produce to indigenous artwork and German cuckoo clocks. Pick your own strawberries from the iconic Beerenberg Farm, taste award-winning cheeses at Udder Delights or venture in to one of the many cellar doors including The Lane Vineyard and Hahndorf Hill Winery.
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Hahndorf
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Go for a drive through the Adelaide Hills to be immersed in Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. A heritage listed town, Hahndorf’s steep history and character lends itself to a picturesque and interesting village to discover. Stroll down the iconic main street and explore heritage German buildings, bakeries, pubs and cafes that line the bustling leafy street. Enjoy a traditional German feast at the Hahndorf Inn and wander through beautiful galleries and shops offering everything from traditional sweets and local produce to indigenous artwork and German cuckoo clocks. Pick your own strawberries from the iconic Beerenberg Farm, taste award-winning cheeses at Udder Delights or venture in to one of the many cellar doors including The Lane Vineyard and Hahndorf Hill Winery.
Cycling
For road cyclists and fans of the Santos Tour Down Under
For road cyclists! Experience the Santos Tour Down Under Norton Summit Climb. Undoubtedly Adelaide's favourite climb for cyclists, Norton Summit packs 6.33kms of continuous climbing with little opportunity for rest until the very top of the climb. Not as gruelling as the nearby Woodland Way, it makes up for it its insidious mix of false flats, gradient spikes and distance. We measure from the junction of Magill Road where you begin the climb immediately. The first kilometre is spent climbing to the panoramic left-hand view of the city above the housing development near Rostrevor College. The second kilometre is a false-flat as you drag yourself to the first switchback. The third kilometre is a sequence of switchbacks which will give you a chance to get out of the saddle and push hard. The next two kilometres will get you out of the seat as you experience maximum grades of around 30% before you practically charge to the crest at Teringie Drive. Region Adelaide Hills Distance/Grade 6.331km @ 5.24% Difficulty 🐨🐨🐨🐨 Ride Type Road Surface Sealed Start Magill Road Finish Norton Summit Feed Zone Norton Summit Traffic Low- Medium, some road usage required. For more information, visit: https://tourdownunder.com.au/visit/atlas/climb-guide/norton-summit-road
Norton Summit Road
For road cyclists! Experience the Santos Tour Down Under Norton Summit Climb. Undoubtedly Adelaide's favourite climb for cyclists, Norton Summit packs 6.33kms of continuous climbing with little opportunity for rest until the very top of the climb. Not as gruelling as the nearby Woodland Way, it makes up for it its insidious mix of false flats, gradient spikes and distance. We measure from the junction of Magill Road where you begin the climb immediately. The first kilometre is spent climbing to the panoramic left-hand view of the city above the housing development near Rostrevor College. The second kilometre is a false-flat as you drag yourself to the first switchback. The third kilometre is a sequence of switchbacks which will give you a chance to get out of the saddle and push hard. The next two kilometres will get you out of the seat as you experience maximum grades of around 30% before you practically charge to the crest at Teringie Drive. Region Adelaide Hills Distance/Grade 6.331km @ 5.24% Difficulty 🐨🐨🐨🐨 Ride Type Road Surface Sealed Start Magill Road Finish Norton Summit Feed Zone Norton Summit Traffic Low- Medium, some road usage required. For more information, visit: https://tourdownunder.com.au/visit/atlas/climb-guide/norton-summit-road
Hiking
Walking and hiking enthusiasts will find an extensive trails network, spectacular views and fitness challenges
The Monument Road walking trail is the first stage of the proposed Adelaide100 trail – a loop walking trail of over 100km that takes in the coast, waterways and hills of the capital city of South Australia. Explore the hills around Norton Summit on foot on the already completed Monument Road section. With short return walks, loop walks and a full day circuit, there’s something for everyone to explore on foot. Walk 1: Monument Road and return 1.7km 30 mins one way, 3.2km 1 hour return Follow the walking trail along the unmade road reserve named Monument Road to Debneys Road. Experience some of the native vegetation and farmland views. Keep a watch out for the Grassy Flats Cemetery, where some of the pioneer settlers were buried from 1862 to 1881. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road. Return via the same route. Walk 2: Loop along Monument Road and returning on Debneys Road. 3.5km 1 hour loop Extend your experience of Monument Road by making a loop with a quiet country laneway. Experience some of the native vegetation, farmland and orchards of the Adelaide Hills. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road, loop back along Debneys Road to Norton Summit.Involves some walking along roads. Walk 3: Loop along Monument Road and returning on Debneys Road, Church Road and Crescent Drive 4.5km 1.5 hour loop Extend your experience of Monument Road by making a loop with a quiet country laneway. Experience some of the native vegetation, farmland and orchards of the Adelaide Hills. The route passes the larger Norton Summit Cemetery. Established in 1882, South Australia’s longest serving Premier, Sir Thomas Playford is buried here. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road. Loop back along Debneys Road, then turn onto Church Road at the Baptist Church. Continue past the Norton Summit Cemetery to join the Heysen Trail on Crescent Drive to return to Norton Summit. Involves some easy navigation and walking along roads. Hike 4: Loop on the Heysen Trail through Morialta Conservation Park 13.8km 5 hour loop Spend the day exploring the hills and upper reaches of Morialta Conservation Park by following a loop along the Heysen Trail north of Norton Summit. Walk past the historic Morialta Barns, visit the Third Falls and look down into the deep gorge in Morialta Conservation Park. Begin at the Scenic Hotel and follow the red Heysen Trail and Yurrebilla Trail markers north along Colonial Drive past Morialta Barns. Continue along Colonial Drive and enter Morialta Conservation Park. Follow the red Heysen Trail and Yurrebilla Trail markers through Morialta Conservation Park. At Rocky Hill follow the red Heysen Trail markers (not the Yurrebilla Trail markers) along Moores Road. At Colonial Drive leave the Heysen Trail to walk 1.5km to rejoin the Heysen Trail, returning to Norton Summit. For more information, visit: https://www.walkingsa.org.au/walk/find-a-place-to-walk/adelaide100-norton-summit-trails-network/
Monument Road
The Monument Road walking trail is the first stage of the proposed Adelaide100 trail – a loop walking trail of over 100km that takes in the coast, waterways and hills of the capital city of South Australia. Explore the hills around Norton Summit on foot on the already completed Monument Road section. With short return walks, loop walks and a full day circuit, there’s something for everyone to explore on foot. Walk 1: Monument Road and return 1.7km 30 mins one way, 3.2km 1 hour return Follow the walking trail along the unmade road reserve named Monument Road to Debneys Road. Experience some of the native vegetation and farmland views. Keep a watch out for the Grassy Flats Cemetery, where some of the pioneer settlers were buried from 1862 to 1881. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road. Return via the same route. Walk 2: Loop along Monument Road and returning on Debneys Road. 3.5km 1 hour loop Extend your experience of Monument Road by making a loop with a quiet country laneway. Experience some of the native vegetation, farmland and orchards of the Adelaide Hills. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road, loop back along Debneys Road to Norton Summit.Involves some walking along roads. Walk 3: Loop along Monument Road and returning on Debneys Road, Church Road and Crescent Drive 4.5km 1.5 hour loop Extend your experience of Monument Road by making a loop with a quiet country laneway. Experience some of the native vegetation, farmland and orchards of the Adelaide Hills. The route passes the larger Norton Summit Cemetery. Established in 1882, South Australia’s longest serving Premier, Sir Thomas Playford is buried here. Begin from the Monument opposite the Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit, and follow the Adelaide100 markers to Debneys Road. Loop back along Debneys Road, then turn onto Church Road at the Baptist Church. Continue past the Norton Summit Cemetery to join the Heysen Trail on Crescent Drive to return to Norton Summit. Involves some easy navigation and walking along roads. Hike 4: Loop on the Heysen Trail through Morialta Conservation Park 13.8km 5 hour loop Spend the day exploring the hills and upper reaches of Morialta Conservation Park by following a loop along the Heysen Trail north of Norton Summit. Walk past the historic Morialta Barns, visit the Third Falls and look down into the deep gorge in Morialta Conservation Park. Begin at the Scenic Hotel and follow the red Heysen Trail and Yurrebilla Trail markers north along Colonial Drive past Morialta Barns. Continue along Colonial Drive and enter Morialta Conservation Park. Follow the red Heysen Trail and Yurrebilla Trail markers through Morialta Conservation Park. At Rocky Hill follow the red Heysen Trail markers (not the Yurrebilla Trail markers) along Moores Road. At Colonial Drive leave the Heysen Trail to walk 1.5km to rejoin the Heysen Trail, returning to Norton Summit. For more information, visit: https://www.walkingsa.org.au/walk/find-a-place-to-walk/adelaide100-norton-summit-trails-network/
Food Scene: Nearby Surrounding Areas
Enjoy Adelaide’s world-class food scene with these nearby restaurants and cafes under 10km away
Located at the top of Old Norton Summit Road, this popular historic pub serves classic pub fare and "the best schnitzels in town" (try the eggplant parmigiana)! Address: Scenic Hotel, Old Norton Summit Road, 5136 Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
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Scenic Hotel
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Located at the top of Old Norton Summit Road, this popular historic pub serves classic pub fare and "the best schnitzels in town" (try the eggplant parmigiana)! Address: Scenic Hotel, Old Norton Summit Road, 5136 Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
A small artisan winery tucked In a Norton Summit valley within the cool climate of South Australia's famed Adelaide Hills. Using only estate-grown fruit, the owners and winemakers James and Taiita Champniss handcraft limited batches of minimal intervention and incredibly fine wine. Address: 16C Debneys Rd, Norton Summit, South Australia 5136 Australia For more bookings and cellar door details, visit: https://www.tenmileseast.com/tenmileseast-cellar-door
Ten Miles East
16C Debneys Road
A small artisan winery tucked In a Norton Summit valley within the cool climate of South Australia's famed Adelaide Hills. Using only estate-grown fruit, the owners and winemakers James and Taiita Champniss handcraft limited batches of minimal intervention and incredibly fine wine. Address: 16C Debneys Rd, Norton Summit, South Australia 5136 Australia For more bookings and cellar door details, visit: https://www.tenmileseast.com/tenmileseast-cellar-door
Founded by Stephen George in 1982 Ashton Hills has acquired an international reputation as one of Australia’s finest Pinot Noir producers. A unique site in the Piccadilly Valley that has carefully cultivated a range of Pinot Noir clones over 30 years, the Ashton Hills Vineyard sits 570 metres above sea level and is regarded as a true pioneer in cool climate Adelaide Hills wines. Long regarded as the benchmark for Pinot Noir, Ashton Hills also produces an exceptional riesling and wonderful range of sparkling wines. Come and visit the rustic cellar door with its stunning views over the Piccadilly Valley and experience the range of award winning wines. Gift certificates are also available. Opening hours are: Friday to Monday: 11am – 5pm For bookings, visit: https://www.ashtonhills.com.au/visit/
Ashton Hills Vineyard
126 Tregarthen Rd
Founded by Stephen George in 1982 Ashton Hills has acquired an international reputation as one of Australia’s finest Pinot Noir producers. A unique site in the Piccadilly Valley that has carefully cultivated a range of Pinot Noir clones over 30 years, the Ashton Hills Vineyard sits 570 metres above sea level and is regarded as a true pioneer in cool climate Adelaide Hills wines. Long regarded as the benchmark for Pinot Noir, Ashton Hills also produces an exceptional riesling and wonderful range of sparkling wines. Come and visit the rustic cellar door with its stunning views over the Piccadilly Valley and experience the range of award winning wines. Gift certificates are also available. Opening hours are: Friday to Monday: 11am – 5pm For bookings, visit: https://www.ashtonhills.com.au/visit/
Discover the wild side of wine. Black cockatoos flying through the forest at dusk. Spring wildflower walks. Towering candlebark forest. Just breath taking. Don’t miss the hills’ only eco-certified cellar door & state tourism award winner. Sparkling Disgorging sessions for small groups by arrangement. October Wildflower walks - Sat & Sun at 2pm $15 pp Group tastings & functions for small groups of 15-30 people are our specialty (catering available).Open Weekends & public holidays 12-4pm. Friday Evening Tastings Nov – March 5-9pm. Closed July. Visit: http://sinclairsgully.com/
Sinclair's Gully Winery - Adelaide Hills
Discover the wild side of wine. Black cockatoos flying through the forest at dusk. Spring wildflower walks. Towering candlebark forest. Just breath taking. Don’t miss the hills’ only eco-certified cellar door & state tourism award winner. Sparkling Disgorging sessions for small groups by arrangement. October Wildflower walks - Sat & Sun at 2pm $15 pp Group tastings & functions for small groups of 15-30 people are our specialty (catering available).Open Weekends & public holidays 12-4pm. Friday Evening Tastings Nov – March 5-9pm. Closed July. Visit: http://sinclairsgully.com/
Slightly further afield of the Foothill's Retreat is the historic town of Uraidla, in which you will find this local favourite pizza and wine bar. 1203 Greenhill Road, Uraidla. Open Thursday and Friday for dinner and all day Saturday and Sunday. Bookings: http://lostinaforest.com.au/
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Lost in a Forest
1203 Greenhill Rd
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Slightly further afield of the Foothill's Retreat is the historic town of Uraidla, in which you will find this local favourite pizza and wine bar. 1203 Greenhill Road, Uraidla. Open Thursday and Friday for dinner and all day Saturday and Sunday. Bookings: http://lostinaforest.com.au/
For a decadent splurge, dine at Hardy's Verandah Restaurant. Mount Lofty House was built in 1852 for Arthur Hardy. It was his summer residence, but it also became a venue for the most lavish parties, where Arthur would take great delight in hosting Adelaide’s high society. Today, the space has been transformed into Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant – true to the refinement, elegance and opulence the guests of Arthur Hardy enjoyed 165 years ago. With people flocking to the area in search of the best restaurants in Adelaide Hills, our restaurant, which overlooks the patchwork Piccadilly Valley, offers diners magnificent views accompanied by either short and long story tasting menus. Sommeliers provide their wine matching services to provide the perfect complement to your dining experience, allowing you to experience both the flavours we create and the tastes of the wineries which surround restaurants in the Adelaide Hills. Delve into the timeless dining experience which saw HVR awarded ‘Best Restaurant’ in the recent AHA Awards, 3 Chef Hats and #2 in South Australia by the Australian Good Food Guide. HVR is open seven days from 6pm for the 'short story' alacarte menu or 'long story' degustation menu. The restaurant is open from 12pm Saturday and Sunday lunch. Bookings: http://www.hardysverandah.com.au
Hardy's Verandah Restaurant Adelaide Hills
For a decadent splurge, dine at Hardy's Verandah Restaurant. Mount Lofty House was built in 1852 for Arthur Hardy. It was his summer residence, but it also became a venue for the most lavish parties, where Arthur would take great delight in hosting Adelaide’s high society. Today, the space has been transformed into Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant – true to the refinement, elegance and opulence the guests of Arthur Hardy enjoyed 165 years ago. With people flocking to the area in search of the best restaurants in Adelaide Hills, our restaurant, which overlooks the patchwork Piccadilly Valley, offers diners magnificent views accompanied by either short and long story tasting menus. Sommeliers provide their wine matching services to provide the perfect complement to your dining experience, allowing you to experience both the flavours we create and the tastes of the wineries which surround restaurants in the Adelaide Hills. Delve into the timeless dining experience which saw HVR awarded ‘Best Restaurant’ in the recent AHA Awards, 3 Chef Hats and #2 in South Australia by the Australian Good Food Guide. HVR is open seven days from 6pm for the 'short story' alacarte menu or 'long story' degustation menu. The restaurant is open from 12pm Saturday and Sunday lunch. Bookings: http://www.hardysverandah.com.au
In nearby Summertown is this local gem. Dining and cellar door, open for wine flights, tastings, snacks, meals and a glass of wine with the makers. Visit: http://thesummertownaristologist.com/
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The Summertown Aristologist
1097 Greenhill Rd
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In nearby Summertown is this local gem. Dining and cellar door, open for wine flights, tastings, snacks, meals and a glass of wine with the makers. Visit: http://thesummertownaristologist.com/