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Jump in the car and explore the wonderful exhibitions and open studios in the regions.

Please check opening times. These are simply suggestions – please go to the regional pages noted to create your own SALA Trail.

Visit raa.com.au/southaustralia to plan short holiday.

McLaren Vale

Visit the wine region of McLaren Vale, famous for its Shiraz. Enjoy exhibitions at many cellar doors and unusual venues.

McLaren Flat:

DogRidge Cellar Door & Gallery (457)

Hugo Wines (469)

 

McLaren Vale:

Fleurieu Arthouse, Hardy’s Tintara (461)

Harcourts Wine Coast (466)

McLaren Unvaled (479)

Penny’s Hill Winery (488)

Red Poles (490)

Stump Hill Gallery (504)

The Barn Bistro (506)

Adelaide to McLaren Vale: 45 minute drive

For accommodation and region details including maps visit mclarenvale.info

 

Adelaide Hills

Explore Stirling:

Milan Rouge Contemporary Craft & Design (536)

Red Cacao Chocolatier (545)

Restaurant Tranquilo (546)

The Barn (552)

 

Pop into Bridgewater:

The Bridgewater Mill (553 + 554)

 

Hang out in Hahndorf:

Hahndorf Academy (530)

Hans Heyson The Cedars (531)

The Paintbox (557)

Tineriba Gallery (559)

 

And why not deviate to Deviation Road Wines (523) on your way back to Adelaide.

 

Adelaide to Hahndorf: 30 mins

For accommodation and other region details including maps visit adelaidehills.org

 

Barossa & Clare Valley

Take a two-day trip to a couple of our most famous wine regions, conveniently located next to each other. Spend the first day exploring the Barossa.

Hunt Barossa treasures:

Bethany Wines, Tanunda (586, 587)

Charles Melton Wines, Tanunda (588, 589)

Chateau Yaldara, Lyndoch (590)

Jamfactory at Seppeltsfield (595)

Rockford Winery, Tanunda (602)

The Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda (612)

Tscharke’s Place, Marananga (614)

Yalumba Wine Room, Angaston (615)

 

Stay overnight in the Barossa in a resort, retreat, guesthouse or self-contained bed and breakfast – there is no shortage of excellent accommodation. Alternatively head to the Clare Valley in the afternoon and stay overnight, perhaps in a heritage bed and breakfast or a gourmet retreat guesthouse.

Explore Clare:

Burra Regional Art Gallery, Burra (573)

Nona Burden Open Studio, Auburn (577)

Pikes Wines – The Art Gallery at Pikes, Sevenhill (578)

Riverton Light Gallery, Riverton (579)

 

Adelaide to Barossa: 1 hour 30 minute drive.

Barossa to Clare Valley: 45 minute drive

For accommodation and region details including maps visit barossa.com and clarevalley.com.au

 

Image: Lesley Redgate, Perspective at Dog Ridge exhibition at Harcourts Wine Coast, Still Time