ADELAIDE HILLS – Caravan & Camping SA

Adelaide Hills

Experience the Adelaide Hills, a scenic journey with wineries, historic sites, waterfalls, wetlands, and charming 19th-century European towns.


Begin your journey in the beautiful foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges to the east of Adelaide, where the Adelaide Hills unfold with meandering paths through forests and farmlands, leading northeast to the Mt Crawford Forest.

Discover culinary delights, from paddock to plate, and encounter unique attractions like a tourist railway, a colossal rocking horse, and a charming cuckoo clock shop that guarantees an unforgettable experience.

Embark on the Epicurean Way Road Trip to awaken all of five senses.

Your unforgettable Adelaide Hills adventure begins here, why wait?


Soak up Adelaide Hills travel inspiration to uncover what to see and do while you’re exploring the region.

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Do you enjoy being close to town conveniences? Are you drawn to the simplicity of a basic camping experience or perhaps the unexpected luxury of a stay within a national park? ”The Hills’ have you covered for all.

Camp near waterfalls or water-side with a rod-in-hand after claiming a summit in first and second gear. Or, unhitch at a holiday park within strolling distance to German fare. 

Be sure to plan ahead if you’re towing a large load as the roads are winding. 

Keep in mind that the roads in this area can be winding, so if you’re towing a large load, plan accordingly. When stopping mid-commute, find parking for large rigs in the busiest streets of Adelaide Hills can be challenging. However, some farm-gate tourist attractions may accommodate larger vehicles if you call ahead.


  • Hiking and Bushwalking: Explore the picturesque landscapes through various trails in Morialta Conservation Park, Cleland Conservation Park, and Mount Lofty Summit.
  • Mountain Biking: Hit the mountain biking trails in Fox Creek, Mount Crawford Forest, and Mount Lofty Ranges for some thrilling adventures.
  • Wine Tasting: Visit the numerous wineries and cellar doors for wine tasting tours, especially in areas like Hahndorf and Lenswood.
  • Birdwatching: The Adelaide Hills are home to diverse bird species. Birdwatching enthusiasts will find Cleland Wildlife Park a great spot for this hobby.
  • Scenic Drives: Drive through the winding roads of the Adelaide Hills, particularly the scenic route to Mount Lofty Summit and the drive through Corkscrew Road.
  • Rock Climbing: Try rock climbing at Morialta Conservation Park, known for its impressive cliffs and various climbing routes.
  • Wildlife Encounters: Head to Cleland Wildlife Park for close encounters with native Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, and emus.
  • Picnicking: There are plenty of serene spots for a relaxing picnic, including Mount Lofty Botanic Garden and Belair National Park.
  • Country Markets: Explore local markets like Stirling Market and Mount Barker Farmers’ Market, offering fresh produce, handmade crafts, and delicious treats.


The Adelaide Hills has been a long-standing inspiration, drawing creative talents to establish studios in this region.

Discover unique gifts and delights within quaint galleries nestled in charming townships. Admire fabric artworks influenced by the resurgence of alpaca farming and the area’s rich history in wool processing.

Enjoy live music in a naturally illuminated concert hall near the Adelaide Hills’ renowned summit. If you’re fortunate to visit in December, don’t miss the captivating Christmas lights display in Lobethal.


In the Adelaide Hills’ outer regions, relish paddock-to-plate adventures. Dive into the heart of the action with classes on cheesemaking, handpick fresh berries, embark on brewery tours, and savour cordial tastings.

Delight in locally smoked small goods, partake in olive oil tastings, explore handcrafted chocolate shops with onsite viewing rooms, and traverse wine tasting routes that feature numerous cellar doors across the area.


Immerse yourself in the region’s nature on a walking trail – there’s something for all experience levels.

  • Laratinga Wetlands, Mt. Barker
    Discover the wetlands through three marked trails, spanning from 750m to 2.6km. They’re suitable for prams, dog-walking, cycling, and accessibility needs.
  • Woorabinda Bushland Reserve
    The Reserve comprises four interconnected parks connected by walking trails. Don’t miss the 600m Woorabinda Lake walk, featuring reed beds, bird watching, boardwalks, and picnic benches.
  • Lobethal Bushland Park
    Discover this hidden wonderland through four trails, varying from 870m to 5.3km, showcasing two expansive reservoirs and a tall stringybark forest with ferns.

Visit Walking SA for more walking trails in the Adelaide Hills.