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CLARE VALLEY www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 59 Clare Valley WARM country hospitality is the cornerstone of this beautiful region. Famous for its pioneering history and magnificent scenery, the Clare Valley is so much more. Restaurants, cafés and wine bars are now populating this region with young chefs being inspired by the excellence and abundance of local farm produce. There are a number of award-winning and critically acclaimed restaurants in the region and also around 30 cellar doors to explore, making this a place where wine blends effortlessly with history, art and food. The region is all about experiences. Take in the tranquil surroundings on your bike. The famous 35 kilometre Riesling Trail links the picturesque towns, restaurants and wineries, or take a step back in time with a trip to Burra, a township famed for its mining heritage. Whilst there, take advantage of the Burra Heritage Passport which enables visitors to explore and discover significant and historical sites at their leisure. The passport includes free entry to three museums and serves as a comprehensive guide to more than 40 historic sites over an 11 kilometre driving trail. Clare Valley has a real sense of community about it. Allow the locals to reveal the secrets of their neighbourhoods to enhance your experience. They are always ready for a friendly chat. This sort of friendly hospitality, coupled with fresh produce and quiet country roads, will have you coming back for more, although there’s every chance you may not want to leave... Unwind in the peaceful Clare Valley with its stunning rolling farmland and charming townships steeped in history.
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