Top ten things to do in Spring

Looking to visit the Clare Valley in Spring? Here are the top 10 things you could do for some inspiration...

Walk, run or ride the popular Clare Valley Riesling Trail, a 35km track, suitable for beginners to medium level fitness fanatics. There’s also the Rattler Trail, Lavender Federation Trail or Mawson Trail for alternative tracks.

Fill your picnic basket with fresh produce at the Clare Show Market, the second Saturday of the month.

Discover the early sheep station and grand homesteads of the region, including Bungaree Station and Martindale Hall.

Explore the Burra District Open Gardens and 'Spring' into the South Australian Autumn Garden Festival on the third weekend in October.

Immerse yourself in nature and spot native animals at Red Banks Conservation Park.

Discover the Clare Valley in style with a personalised wine experience with Clare Valley Tours or Clare Valley Experiences.

Dine-in for a long lunch at leading country restaurants, including Skillogalee Winery & Restaurant, Paulettes' Bush Devine Cafe, Slate Restaurant or Reilly's Wines Restaurant.

Test your olive oil palate- taste the award-winning olive oils at Bonina Olive Grove or Evilo Estate.

Putt your way around the 18-hole mini-golf course at Simpsons Rices Creek in Auburn.

Explore the wildflowers at Spring Gully Conservation Park.

Located among the gum trees of the Clare Valley is the Clare Valley Wine Food and Tourism Centre.
Clare Valley accommodation options are diverse, with something for every level of comfort and budget.