Whether you are visiting Clare for a few days or a few months, you will find ideas here to help you plan your itinerary.
Take a look at sample itineraries for the Clare Valley Region. Choose trips to suit your interests and how much time you have. There's certainly a lot to see. The longer you stay, the more you'll be able to enjoy.
The region is all about experiencing. You can cycle the famed ‘Riesling Trail’, a 33km corridor, linking quaint towns, restaurants and wineries; or take a step back in time with a trip to Burra, a township famed for its mining heritage.
If history intrigues, take a fascinating exploration into the lives of South Australia’s wealthy gentry during the late 1800s with a trip to the majestic Martindale Hall or Bungaree Station, both grand homesteads with stately surrounds.
Or, if nature calls, the Clare Valley is a paradise of natural bushland, and Australian flora and fauna. Red Banks Conservation Park or Spring Gully Conservation Park are a must.
Best things to see & do
Can’t decide what to do while you are visiting the Clare Valley?
This list contains a good mix of heritage experiences, regional events and outdoor adventures. A trip to the Clare Valley wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the award winning Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre. Offering wine tasting and wine sales available by the glass and bottle, coffee and light refreshments and a range of local produce. They also host regular art exhibitions and drinks each Friday night. The Centre also provides visitor information.
- Landmarks and Buildings
- Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
- Galleries, Museums and Collections
- Sports & Recreation
- Agri, Mining and Industry
- Amusement and Theme Parks
- Parks and Gardens
- National Parks and Reserves
- Natural Attractions
- Walks & Trails
- Information Services
- Visitor Information Centres