Itineraries & Things to Do in Clare Valley
Day Trip to the Clare Valley with the Kids
If you're short on time, there's still plenty you can do to enjoy a day trip in the Clare Valley. Here are some kid-friendly ideas for a quick trip.
Walk, cycle or hike around the region and enjoy unique views, stunning vistas and accommodating tracks to follow. Cyclists will be spoilt by picturesque tracks in this nature lover's wonderland. Aside from the 33 kilometre Riesling Trail, the 19 kilometre Rattler and Riverton trails are popular routes. Bike hire is available in Clare and Auburn, as well as many bed and breakfasts.
48 Hours in the Clare Valley
Starting in Auburn, the gateway to the Clare Valley, enjoy a coffee at Velvet and Willow of Auburn...
Agriculture has always been the cornerstone of the community allowing for a fantastic range of local food to be grown, farmed and produced in the region. Beef, freerange chicken, ethically produced lamb, as well as freerange eggs, jams, condiments and other produce are just some of the items to look out for during your visit.
Bring the whole family to the Clare Valley for a weekend of activities as well as serene relaxation. There are plenty of child-friendly attractions to make for a fun family getaway.
The Clare Valley is the perfect backdrop for a little romance. On the southern end of the Clare Valley in the pretty town of Auburn, hire a bike and head north on the Riesling Trail.
Discover the history with Burra's Passport - a gateway to life in the old bustling copper town.
Three Days in the Clare Valley
Wind your way through a cluster of villages and wineries, nestled in picturesque valley.
Three Days in the Goyder Region
Lose yourself in one of the most historic places in South Australia! Filled with rich heritage, the Goyder Region is a place where you can truly 'Breathe It In'