Adelaide Shores is a fantastic base to explore all that Adelaide and South Australia has to offer.
Consider these fantastic areas when planning your next day trip.
North East of Adelaide lies the Barossa Valley. With over 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries in the region it is easy to spend a day or even the weekend in the Barossa Valley.
Our friends at Seppeltsfield Winery are offering all guests of BIG4 Adelaide Shores Caravan Park, who stay during April and May, a great discount of 20% off their Daily Heritage Tour (RRP:$15). Join one of their wine educators for a behind the scenes look through the estate’s treasure trove of historical buildings and spectacular surroundings. Learn of the Seppelt family history and their profound influence on the Australian wine industry. A voucher for this will be provided on check in.
With a range of tours, cafes and cellar door, Seppletsfield is the perfect location in the Barossa to spend the day! For more information, please visit //www.seppeltsfield.com.au/
Just 40 minutes south of Adelaide Shores, the McLaren Vale offers some of the best wines in the world, a superb climate, outstanding regional produce and warm hospitality. With beautiful scenery, cellar doors, amazing wineries and cafes, it is easy to get lost in the atmosphere of McLaren Vale
Whether you want to relax and escape the rush of everyday life, or experience a holiday filled with adventure, the region has an abundance of activities and attractions for you.
Including towns such as: Victor Harbour, Cape Jervis, Goolwa, Second Valley and Yankalilla, the Fleurieu Pensiula is one of South Australia’s finest regions. With its stunning landscape of rolling hills, farmland, national parks and vineyards, fringed in the west by pristine sandy beaches and rugged coastlines, the Fleurieu Peninsula is the place which offers the perfect blend of indulgence, culture and outdoor adventure.
Located 45 minutes south of Adelaide Shores, with more than 100 cellar door wineries, many with restaurants attached, offer the opportunity to taste some of Australia’s most exciting wines and regional cuisine. Roadside stalls offer the freshest seasonal produce for your picnic baskets, lose yourself in this great region of outback and coast.
For more information on anything South Australian, please visit //www.southaustralia.com/