Clare Valley - Getting Here and Around

The Clare Valley is within easy reach

Hire a car at Adelaide Airport and check into your Clare Valley accommodation within 90 minutes. Just set the sat-nav or head north and follow the signs to Gawler. It couldn’t be easier.

Cycling near Saint Mark’s Church, Penwortham, South Australia

Once you’re in the Clare Valley, tour options vary from Rolls Royce luxury to the saddle of a horse. Just pick your mode of transport.

Natural beauty

Like a ruffled quilt, the Clare Valley is a combination of rolling vine and tree clad hills and spectacular agricultural plains. Drive in any direction for views that will stay with you forever.

The region offers a network of trails - several designed in loops and easily negotiated. Drop in to a Visitor Information Centre for brochures to help you plan. You’ll find them in Clare and Burra. Just look for the blue sign with a yellow “i” on it.

Cycle instead

The Clare Valley is heaven for bike riders. The 35 kilometre Riesling Trail and 19 kilometre Rattler Trail link many towns and wineries and there are secluded picnic spots along the way. There are numerous bike hire companies around the region to collect your bike from.

If you fancy something a little more refined, enjoy the vistas from the comfort of a luxury, chauffeur driven vintage or classic car.

Head to Burra. It’s a town with a rich copper history and some great heritage trails.

Head off-road

Hire a four wheel drive (4WD) vehicle and head off-road. Clare is a great base for touring the north of South Australia and is very close to the Flinders Ranges.

See outback panoramas on the Goyder Regional Northern and Southern Tourist driving trails.

Food and wine

Food and wine dominate the tourism menu in the Clare Valley. The choices are overwhelming.

Take a “gourmet” themed tour. Tailor your package or go with the flow. Either way, your taste buds will be in for a treat.

The Clare Valley, you choose how to see it, just make sure you do!

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