Leave Adelaide and within 20 minutes you are in the heart of the Adelaide Hills Wine Region
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How to get here
Only a 20 minute drive from Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills offers the rare combination of proximity to a capital city with the feel of being a world away.
Touching the Barossa Valley to the north and McLaren Vale to the south, the region can be accessed from many directions (see Adelaide Hills map for more details Adelaide Hills Wine Region Map). Road access from the city centre is via the six-lane South Eastern Freeway, which links Adelaide to Melbourne. Major towns in the Adelaide Hills, including Birdwood, Stirling, Hahndorf, Lobethal and Mount Barker, are all well sign-posted from the freeway.
Plan your trip by searching by winery, opening hours or wine variety and add them to your personalised trip planner. Or you can take one of our suggested routes through the Hills.
Download a map of the region:
Adelaide Hills Wine Region Map
A regular bus service travels daily from Adelaide to major Hills' townships. Phone the Passenger Transport Board on 08 8210 1000 for more information.
A taxi from the city to Mount Lofty will cost approximately $A35 one-way.
For those not wishing to drive themselves, there are a number of specialised wine tours available. For more information contact:
Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre: 1800 353 323