Things to do in the Clare Valley that you don't need to book

We're very busy in the Clare Valley at the moment, with lots of accommodation, restaurants and cellar doors booking out. If you can't get a booking, there's still plenty to do! Here are a few suggestions for your stay.


Martindale Hall is a Georgian style with Italianate influenced sandstone mansion which has significant heritage value in South Australia.
In its heyday, Bungaree was like a small village with its beautiful sandstone Woolshed, Shearers Quarters, Stable Yard, Station Store, Managers House, staff cottages and
Come and lose yourself in a unique experience of a living hedge Mintaro Maze.
The first winery in the Clare Valley, Sevenhill Cellars was established by Jesuits in 1851 to produce sacramental wine. Today, the award-winning cellar door offers
Simpson Rices Creek is situated in the beautiful town of Auburn, surrounded by an extensive native garden, vineyards and olive grove.
Discover and explore the historic township of Burra with the Burra Heritage Passport. The passport gives you entry to the Burra Mine including dressing tower

Art Galleries

Clare Valley Art Gallery has an extensive range of contemporary Utopian Indigenous Art, with regular visiting artists plus a great selection of gifts.
Come to the Goyder Region, just next door to Clare Valley, and visit the heritage mining town of Burra.
The historic 1913 courthouse, converted in 1991 into an art gallery and separate gift shop, showcases visual and decorative arts, photography and craft by emerging
Medika Gallery is a fine art gallery, selling Australian glassware, pottery, crystal, prints, main line original and professional paintings by Australian artists.
The Riverton Light Gallery is situated in the main street of Riverton, a small rural town, in the Mid-North of South Australia, almost halfway between
Set amongst the vines of the beautiful Clare Valley is the studio/gallery of award winning artist Christopher Meadows. Situated along picturesque Gillentown Road and right
Not only a Gallery of beautiful Aboriginal dot paintings, Dingo Dreaming, located in picturesque Blyth SA. Is filled with tradition, history and passion.

Conservation Parks & Outdoor Activities

Less than two hours’ drive from Adelaide, Lake Bumbunga’s bubble gum shores draw an eclectic crowd from casual photographers to high-end fashion brands.
Traversing the picturesque Clare Valley wine region, the Riesling Trail is one of the first rail-trails to be developed in South Australia.
Walk or cycle along the Rattler Trail. This nineteen kilometre trail passes vineyards, farms and landmarks. Taste wine at one of the nearby cellar doors
The Gleeson Wetlands are at Clare, about 140km North of Adelaide, in Mid North South Australia.
Red Banks Conservation Park features a scenic landscape of meandering rugged earth gorges, spring-fed waterholes and remnant old growth mallee trees. Palaeontologists have called this
Families, walkers and those looking for a new fitness challenge can design their own adventure using the extensive network of walking trails.