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www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 31 ADELAIDE HILLS E SCAPE the noise and pace of the city and venture to the Adelaide Hills where you’ll be captivated by the lush scenery and friendly community feel. This constantly evolving region absorbs influences from around the globe but stays ever respectful to its heritage. There are vineyards spread all around the Hills with about 50 cellar doors and microbreweries for you to explore but you’ll also find amazing fresh seasonal produce at local farmers markets, smokehouses, cheesemakers, chocolatiers and olive growers. Locals are passionate about their produce and are always serving up an exciting experience with a side of pride and integrity. Couples looking to rediscover each other will be swept up in the spirit of romance. Choose from a myriad of quiet bed and breakfasts, vineyard cottages, farm stays and luxury retreats. All guaranteed to make a romantic getaway unforgettable with stunning valley views and rural charm. There is an abundance of native wildlife in the Adelaide Hills. Don’t miss Cleland and Gorge wildlife parks for a family day out. The kids will also enjoy picking and foraging for their own fruit. Cyclists, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will find a wide range of bike and walking tracks, including the Amy Gillett Bikeway and the Heysen Trail. With its close proximity to the city and thriving small towns attracting young entrepreneurs, restauranteurs and artists, the Hills offer a unique experience. You’ll be captivated by the beauty of the Adelaide Hills. Adelaide Hills In a matter of minutes you’ll be swept away by the romantic air and relaxed charm of the Adelaide Hills. Enjoy a premium food and wine experience at The Lane Vineyard.
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