Information about the Adelaide Hills region
There is a wealth of information about the Adelaide Hills on this link https://www.adelaidehills.org.au/about-the-adelaide-hills/overview and includes information about Hahndorf and Mt Barker and Stirling and Surrounds. You can even make bookings here.
The beauty of Nature is always on show in the Adelaide Hills. Exploring the Mt Lofty Gardens, or Belair National Park, or the Gorge Wildlife Park or Cudlee Creek are just a few options. Learning about the German heritage of Hahndorf and the vine growing areas, visiting Stirling in Autumn when the leaves put on a magnificent show. Sampling cuisines from a multitude of places and getting your craft fix with locals, exploring small towns, picking your own fruit. The Adelaide Hills offers you the best experiences.
Take some time to learn about the indigenous history and culture of the region too https://www.adelaidehills.org.au/about-the-adelaide-hills/our-indigenous-history.
Place names in the Adelaide Hills tell you more about the heritage of that region, with a great mix of Indigenous, German, English and see what you can discover for yourself. Names like Picadilly, Summertown, Gumeracha, Brukunga, Don't forget to check out the local Visitor Centres and pick up brochures and information about the local attractions from accredited locals.
Here is another great resource to help plan your visit to this area. https://tourism.sa.gov.au/about/regions/adelaide-hills.
You are sure to enjoy a day trip or a longer stay in the Adelaide Hills with so much to see and do.