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From Adelaide: Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

1. From Adelaide: Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

Get picked up from your Glenelg or Adelaide hotel and begin following the River Torrens through the spectacular Torrens Gorge. Learn about local wineries and sample their wines along the way. Enjoy your choice of six delicious lunch options. Discover the beauty of the Adelaide Hills as you travel along the River Torrens up past Kangaroo Creek Dam and past a chain of ponds to your first stop, Kersbrook Hill Wines & Cider. Travel onwards over Barossa Reservoir to Williamstown in Southern Barossa and stop at Kies Family Wines for more tastings and a beautiful lunch. "Time permitting & subject to closures on some days, Please notify the driver on first meet any requests?" In the afternoon, travel to the The Barossa Chocolate Factory, Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, and further wineries before returning to Adelaide at approximately 5:15 PM.

Adelaide: Barossa and Adelaide Hills Tour with Lunch

2. Adelaide: Barossa and Adelaide Hills Tour with Lunch

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 Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre, where you'll 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. Leaving Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, visit Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley, and then it's onto Lambert Estate in Angaston for wine tastings and a 2-course lunch. Leaving the Barossa, stop at the Herbig Family Tree at Springton. This hollow tree trunk provided a home for Friedrich & Caroline Herbig and two of their 16 children until 1860. Travel to the picturesque Adelaide Hills and visit Beerenberg Farm Shop where you'll enjoy a stop to purchase their entire range of products in the Farm Shop, which also includes a selection of souvenirs and gifts. From there, take free time to walk Hahndorf’s main street with its many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts, and produce, plus pubs where you can sample some German beers.

Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

3. Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

Start your day with a freshly roasted espresso, a hot breakfast and a fully guided small group tour of Adelaide Central Market. Enjoy the best market espresso and healthy brewed tea or a thick and rich hot chocolate. Watch the market open up while you savor a healthy breakfast before being guided around the markets by a passionate and knowledgeable guide. During your tour of the markets, taste a delicious selection of foods from South Australian artisan food producers, meet the suppliers, stallholders and producers whose families have traded in the market for generations. This small group tour is hosted by local guides and is serious fun for those with a passion for great food and the people who grow and supply it to the tables. Food lovers will delight in exploring the Adelaide Central Markets, a culinary icon established in 1869. Tours are designed by one of South Australia's noted food experts, Mark Gleeson. With over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries, Gleeson’s knowledge of South Australia’s finest produce market is second to none.

Clare Valley: Wine Region Day Tour with Wine Tasting

4. Clare Valley: Wine Region Day Tour with Wine Tasting

The day begins with pickup from your hotel and heads into the heart of Clare Valley. The tour has been designed to provide a unique insight into this beloved wine region and how it came to be, as well as offering samples of the very best South Australian food and wine along the way. The first stop of the day is to Clare Valley’s very first winery, which was built by the Jesuits in 1851. Sevenhills Cellars is a secret site, bursting with spiritual character, a seductive array of wines, and some of the world’s oldest vines which were started with cuttings from the nearby Bungaree Station. Next, travel along quaint back roads, colorful vineyards, and sprawling farmland as you travel to a selection of the Valley’s most prestigious wineries. Highlights of the day include Hill River Estate, Pikes, Paulett, and Reillys. Choose which winery you’d like to stop at for lunch, and soak up views of the rolling countryside while you eat. After lunch, visit the historic township of Mintaro, which was established in the mid 1800s as an overnight stop for farmers moving their produce. Later, head west into the Skillogallee Valley to discover the contrast of wines from those in the east, Choose between award-winning wineries such as Kilikanoon, Mitchell, Penna Lane, Eldrege, and Jeanneret for more spectacular tasting sessions.

Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

5. Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

Explore the food scene of Adelaide on a small group tour of Adelaide Central Market, and meet the producers who supply the market with fresh produce 5 days a week. Avail of an itinerary created by the food expert, Mark Gleeson, who has over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries. Benefit from the local knowledgeable of an expert guide who will show you around the different stalls and introduce you to food you might otherwise not get the chance to taste. Meet the people who grow and supply food to the market for discerning households and restaurants, and sample a selection of produce from artisan producers across south Australia. Meet suppliers and stallholders whose families have traded in the market for generations. Then, make your way to the Market Café and watch the world go by as you enjoy a delicious lunch.

Adelaide Central Market – The Collaborators Dinner Tour

6. Adelaide Central Market – The Collaborators Dinner Tour

Food lovers are invited to tour South Australia’s culinary icon established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market. Tours are designed by one of the state's noted food experts who has over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries. This tour captures unique food experiences and delivers treasured dining moments while on the move. The small group tour is hosted by local guides and is serious fun for those with a passion for great food. Wine and dine the best seven taste wonders of the market on this must do culinary adventure.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 100 reviews

Highly recommended tour! The host Paul is very kind and funny, who gave us very in-depth stories about the scenics while keeping an interactive and fun experience! The bus is very comfy and The wines and chocolates are fantastic with great company! One pleasant and unforgettable birthday trip !

Peter our guide was awesome He was so welcoming and informative. Our first time in the Barossa and Adelaide and his knowledge of the region was outstanding.

Great Day out, tour guide was very knowledgeable about the local area and gave options along the way.

Phil was awesome, entertaining and knowledgeable. Thank you Phil

A great way to see the markets!! Excellent guide ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐