Adelaide Hills and Cleland Safari
Spend the day exploring the picturesque Adelaide Hills. Just 30 minutes from Adelaide you will be immersed in nature and wildlife, explore a quaint little German inspired town and enjoy a delectable lunch at a local winery.
Embark on a journey just 30minutes from the CBD travelling to some of the Adelaide Hills’ most loved locations and sites
Wander through Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens where every season brings something different, soak up the serenity as you take a leisurely stroll around the lake and through the grounds.
Indulge over a long lunch at a local winery, The Lane Vineyard. Featuring local and seasonal produce this chef’s menu is sure to impress.
Explore the German inspired village Hahndorf walk the main street and visit the many boutique shops or eateries, and visit the Beerenberg Farm shop for some locally made jams, relishes and sauces.
Availability - Limited public departure dates, inquire directly for private bookings.
Duration- Departs Adelaide 8.30am and returns 6.00pm
Price - from $690 AUD per person
Inclusions - Return transport, Experienced guide, National Park entry fees, Chef’s set menu lunch with wine pairing, Cleland entry fees, Bag of animal food & park map, 10% Cleland gift shop voucher
Immerse in the picturesque Adelaide Hills
Located just 30 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD, the Adelaide Hills offer something truly magical. A picturesque and diverse landscape characterised by rolling hills, vineyards and charming villages. The lush greenery, dotted with eucalyptus trees and native flora, provides a serene escape for nature enthusiasts.
Stroll through the lush gardens in Mount Lofty
Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens is a botanical haven, spanning over 97 hectares, showcasing a diverse collection of plants from across Australia and around the world. Wander the trails, marvel at the vibrant seasonal displays, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The gardens also serve as a hub for conservation efforts, research, and educational programs.
Experience the Cleland Wildlife Park difference
This 35 hectare natural bush setting provides a unique open space environment with very few enclosures. It is home to over 130 species of native animals and is one of only a few places in the world where you can hold a koala. Cleland Wildlife Park is well known for its management and care in the health and wellbeing of the animals.
Walk among the free roaming wildlife
As you explore the park and follow the self-discovery trails, find an abundance of native wildlife and walk among the free roaming animals in their natural environment. Explore the lively wetlands where the pelicans, cormorants and water birds live. See kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wallabies, Tasmanian devils and many more!
Let us take you on an adventure to discover our well kept secrets, and oh so close to Adelaide!pureSA staff
Indulgent local lunch offering
Visit one of Hahndorf’s incredible wineries and ignite your tastebuds with an indulgent lunch at the Lane Vineyard. Dive into a chef’s set menu with paired wines for a truly indulgent and relaxing long lunch experience.
Explore the quaint little German inspired town of Hahndorf
Hahndorf has so much to offer and you’ll soon see why it is so popular. The main street is lined with boutique shops, eateries and German inspired architecture. Take a wander down the main street and soak in the atmosphere. You will also make a quick stop at Beerenberg, a local strawberry farm in Hahndorf selling the most delectable jams, relishes and sauces.
All children (4-17 years) must be accompanied by a fare paying adult. This tour does not cater to children under 4 years of age.
Please be aware there is no specific children’s menu
Non-alcoholic beverage pairing options are available
Cleland entry fee includes the koala ‘close-up’ experience (meet, talk to and photograph a koala – no touching). Additional koala hold experiences are available for an additional fee and must be pre-booked directly through the Wildlife Park
Due to animal welfare regulations, Koala experiences will not be held if temperatures are forecast to be 32 degrees and above at Mount Barker
Tours will not operate on days rated catastrophic for bush fires in Mount Lofty.
Minimum age to consume alcohol is 18 years
This tour requires a minimum of 4 participants to run. When minimum numbers are not met, booked customers will have the option to upgrade to a private tour (for an additional fee) or receive a full refund. For guaranteed departures contact Pure SA directly to inquire about private options.
Departure | 8.30am from 111 Franklin Street Adelaide (The Joinery - directly across from the Adelaide Central Bus Station) - click here for Google Map. Please arrive 10 minutes early to allow time for check in.
Alternate Pickup Locations - selected City accommodation pickup available upon request. Note that accommodation pickup is scheduled between 8.10am - 8.20am, please be ready a few minutes prior to this.
Return | You will arrive back at 111 Franklin Street or your accommodation at approximately 6.00pm
Private Options | DAYS: Mon – Sun
*Tours conducted without the boat cruise will explore Victor Harbor’s Granite Island, and surrounding areas, the Murray Mouth and Goolwa Barrage.
Additional Extras for private tours
- Strawberry Picking (seasonal: Nov – April) $16 per person –take home a box of fresh strawberries
- If your party don’t wish to go to the designated winery restaurant for lunch, a more casual lunch option can be arranged
- Koala Hold Experience – Must be pre-booked as spaces are limited (not guaranteed); Minimum age to hold a koala is13 years. Inquire directly for pricing