Clare Valley Area Highlights & Essential Things To Do
Discover Your Local Clare Valley Area
Clare Valley is most commonly known as ‘wine region’ for its extensive vineyards and wineries which produce award winning wine and gourmet foods. One of the most notable wineries in the region includes that in Sevenhill. But there are many more places to go to and so many things to do in the region that you'll be hard pressed to cover them all.
Many buildings and cottages in the region date back to early European settlement. Take advantage of cycle paths and walking trails that guide you through the historic and heritage lands of Clare Valley. Visit Burra Heritage Passport Museum, a museum dedicated to the history of the region, including Monster Mine, the largest copper mine in the country. Pick from a range of heritage listed accommodation providers and make the most of the historical lands.
Always a hit activity with the kids is Mintaro Maze, giving parents the chance to enjoy a glass of wine while the kids run wild. Head outback and spot native wildlife and flora or marvel at the fossilized and now extinct wildlife of the region at Red Banks Conservation Park. Combine the best of the region’s food, wine and music at Clare Valley Carnival of Music held every November, an event popular with both locals and tourists.
More than just wine country, the Clare Valley region of South Australia offers travellers the best of the state’s lush green valleys and authentic outback wilderness, with a great mix of natural attractions and events for the whole family.
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