Clare

Clare

The town of Clare is located in South Australia’s Mid North region approximately 130 km north of Adelaide. It gives its name to the Clare Valley wine and tourist region. At the 2016 census, Clare has a population of approximately 3,400 people.

Clare is the major township in the Clare Valley. It is an ideal place to stay if you intend exploring the many wineries which are located throughout the valley. Historically the town prospered as an important service centre for the surrounding agricultural district.

Today it is the heart of the Clare Valley and is surrounded by vineyards, native bushland, cereal cropping and sheep farming. It is used as a base for most visitors wanting to explore the Clare Valley and sample the diversity of wines offered in the region.

As one of the larger towns in the region, Clare is an administrative and service centre for the surrounding area. It has two supermarkets, many other specialty stores, two public and two private schools, three hotels, two motels, a caravan park and showground. It has a variety of accommodation options with the Clare Valley well known for its many B’n’Bs.

Clare, as with the rest of the Clare Valley, is becoming known as a key dining destination with restaurants including Umbria Rustic Italian and Indii of Clare as well-known foodie destinations. Not to mention the hip new cellar doors of Matriarch and Rogue and the Vanguardist Wine Room.

1. Gleeson Street Mural
2. Ennis Park
3. Clare Town Hall
4. Clare Valley Wine, Food and Tourism Centre (VIC)
5. Umbria Rustic Italian