Wine and Food Lovers Tour of South Australia | December 2021

14 Days
Category:
  • Yalumba winery South Australia
  • Bungaree Station out buildings
  • Bungaree station heritage building and grounds
  • Beach Huts at Middleton in South Australia
  • Spectacular-view-across-the-Fleurieu-Peninsula
  • Cliffs of Willunga
  • Maggie Beer
  • The Lane Vineyard
  • Sunrise in the Clare Valley
  • Huts at Tanunda. jpg
  • Discovery Tanunda accommodation

On this tour, you will explore 6 of South Australia’s seven main wine-producing regions. In each region, we will enjoy tastings at a carefully selected winery. Some of the restaurants will offer picturesque vineyard settings, others may feature stunning views, intriguing architecture, or historic stone buildings, and one or two of them may just rely on their great food to command our patronage. It’s not all eating and drinking though, we will have lined up boat rides on the Coorong to the mouth of the Murray River, a paddle steamer ride on the mighty Murray, an Aboriginal guided tour of an Aboriginal cultural heritage art site, a night photography workshop, a tour of some historic properties and some short walks.

You will stay in carefully chosen, authentic, local or boutique-style accommodation, with unique attributes to make your stay in South Australia a little different but very memorable. Sound exhausting? We have two nights on a luxury houseboat that will give us a full day to chill, catch up on rest, read that holiday book, or review your wine purchases.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Experience some of the most scenic regions of the Clare and Barossa Valleys
  2. Visit fabulous regional food and wine producers
  3. View the spectacular Port Willunga clifftops on the Fleurieu Peninsula
  4. Explore McLaren Vale stopping at the historic wineries and distilleries
  5. Discover the Alice in Wonderland-like d’Arenberg Cube
  6. Stay at Bungaree Station heritage property, showcasing Australian farming history
  7. Visit Maggie Beer’s Farmshop at Pheasant Farm winery
DEPARTURE DATE
1 December 2021
DURATION 14 days
TOUR COST $7,699
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
$1,300 Additional
INCLUDED
A mix of hotels, farm stay and river vessel accommodation
2 nights on a luxury riverboat
All transportation as per itinerary
Twin-share accommodation
Transfers to and from hotels as per itinerary
Meals as listed on the itinerary
Entry fees to places of interest as per itinerary
Experienced local tour guides

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Tours depart with a minimum of 4 clients
  • No more than 6 clients on any trip
  • To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required

On this tour, you will explore 6 of South Australia’s seven main wine producing regions. In each region we will have structured tastings at a carefully selected winery, most of which will be multi award winning. At selected wineries we have organised behind the scenes tours, special tastings, visits to operating cooperages, and for our souls, a tasting at the old Jesuit winery that still produces Australia’s sacramental wines.

This feat will be matched with a meal at a renowned restaurant at each region and in fact we will have a featured meal almost every day. Many of these restaurants are also multi award winning with meals created by well known and respected chefs. Some restaurants will offer picturesque vineyard settings, others may feature stunning views, intriguing architecture or historic stone buildings, and one or two of them may just rely on their great food to command our patronage.

It’s not all eating and drinking though, we will have lined up boat rides on the Coorong to the mouth of the Murray River, a paddle steamer ride on the mighty Murray, an Aboriginal guided tour of an Aboriginal cultural heritage art site, a night photography workshop, a tour of some historic properties and some short walks.

You will stay in carefully chosen, authentic, local or boutique-style accommodation, with unique attributes to make your stay in South Australia a little different but very memorable. Sound exhausting? We have two nights on a luxury houseboat that will give us a full day to chill, catch up on rest, read that holiday book, or review your wine purchases.

With the withdrawal of the Chinese from the Australian wine market, SA producers have lost a large segment of the market. So why not come to the party, and enjoy everything these wonderful hard-working communities have to offer. After all, we all like to help a struggling Aussie farmer.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Experience some of the most scenic regions of the Clare and Barossa Valleys
  2. Visit fabulous regional food and wine producers
  3. View the spectacular Port Willunga clifftops on the Fleurieu Peninsula
  4. Explore McLaren Vale stopping at the historic wineries and distilleries
  5. Discover the Alice in Wonderland-like d’Arenberg Cube
  6. Stay at Bungaree Station heritage property, showcasing Australian farming history
  7. Visit Maggie Beer’s Farmshop at Pheasant Farm winery

Next Steps

If you would like to speak to us regarding this tour please call (02) 9906-5770
If you would like to email please send to [email protected]
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If you are ready to book, please download our Booking Form