This full day tour takes you to South Australia’s premium wine region, to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines including the world-famous Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre. And finish your day exploring Australia's oldest German settlement, Hahndorf in the picturesque Adelaide Hills.
Travel through the city of Adelaide northwards to the world-renowned Barossa wine region. Enjoy the change of scenery as you make your way into the vineyards of South Australia’s premium wine district. Your first stop is at the multi-award-winning Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre where you will have the opportunity to sample their famous wines in a structured tasting, be taken on a tour of the surrounding vines and cellar door, and then enjoy morning tea as you overlook the vineyards.
From there, head to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley, and then it's onto Lambert Estate in Angaston for wine tasting and a delicious two-course lunch.
Leaving the Barossa, drive past the Herbig Family Tree at Springton, the hollow tree trunk that provided a ‘home’ for Friedrich & Caroline Herbig and two of their 16 children until 1860. Wind your way through the picturesque Adelaide Hills and visit Beerenberg Farm Shop where you can read about the story of how Beerenberg began and the history of area. You will also have time to discover the entire range of products in the Farm Shop, and purchase from their selection of produce, souvenirs and gifts.
After your Beerenberg visit, the coach will drop you on the main street of Hahndorf, and you will have free time to explore the many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts and produce, or perhaps visit one of the historic pubs where you can sample some German Beers.