See more on this comprehensive Adelaide tour that blends the highlights of the city and the quaint but classic Adelaide Hills region. From the towering Mt. Lofty Summit to Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement, you will see the scenic span of the South Australian landscape from the city to the coast. This tour combines the Adelaide City Highlights and the Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf itineraries.
Tuesday & Friday
5.15pm approximately to Adelaide Central Bus Station (set-downs at selected Adelaide hotels)
Board your coach for the City Highlights Tour - Your guide will introduce you to this delightful city, which is surrounded by parklands, with a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, cafés and restaurants.
North Terrace - Drive past Adelaide’s cultural precinct - North Terrace, the National Wine Centre, Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo.
Haigh’s Chocolates - Continue through historic North Adelaide. See tree-lined streets, mansions and historic buildings. Visit the iconic St. Peters Cathedral or Adelaide Oval then it’s on to Haigh’s Chocolates.(*except Sundays & Good Friday). Return to the city via the South Parklands, West Terrace and North Terrace.
Mount Lofty Summit - Your afternoon tour commences with a scenic drive to Mount Lofty Summit, for spectacular views of the city and the coastline. We travel through the villages of Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater before arriving at Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement.
Beerenberg Farm - Stop at the famous Beerenberg Farm and spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the main street, sample local produce, and arts & crafts before afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting.
Please call Adelaide Sightseeing to reconfirm your tour 24 hours prior to joining.
*Haigh's Chocolates factory tour & tastings does not operate on Sundays and SA Public Holidays therefore the itinerary will be changed to include a visit to the National Wine Centre^
^The National Wine Centre will be closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years' Day so further time will be spent exploring the city