Clare Valley Attractions

From its wineries, cellar doors, natural attractions, activities, museums and more, the Clare Valley offers a huge array of attractions for you to see and do while holidaying here. You can get out and about and enjoy so many things that his destination in South Australia has to offer, or you can tuck yourself in a secluded destination and just relax and forget about the world. There are wonderful places to stay at, ranging from budget accommodation through luxury five star accommodation so you will surely find exactly what you are after to compliment your holiday to the Clare Valley.

The Clare Valley is renowned for its Riesling all over the world, so why not visit one of the many cellar doors in the region where you can sample some mouth watering wines as well as dine in one of the vineyards restaurants, meet some of the locals or even take a tour of a winery and see how it all works. Located just beyond the Barossa Valley, the Clare Valley has so much to offer, whether you are after something along the food and wine trail, hiking along one of the nature paths or exploring the history and the countryside and valleys.

You can play a round of golf, meet up with friends in a cosy bar one afternoon, dine out for breakfast, lunch and dinner at one of the many restaurants in the area or sample some of the fine local produce that is one display at one of the weekly markets. You can surround yourself with arts and culture in one of the galleries and museums that you can browse through, see local artists at work, watch a theatre show under the stars and soak up the heritage that is ever present in the still standing old mud brick buildings, stately homes and towns.

There are vineyards to walk through, forests to explore, National Parks to see and mazes to lose yourself in. You can go swimming in one of the lakes, enjoy a picnic around Lake Inchiquin, ride the mini railway with the kids, take the kids for a bike ride along the Burra Trail or spend some time out on the water with a spot of crabbing. There are historical attractions, fun filled activities for all ages, bush tucker tours and beautiful mining towns to visit.

Dotted throughout the Clare Valley you will find towns and villages that all hold their own unique attractions for you to enjoy, from cafes, ice creameries, deli’s, pub, bars, museums and galleries. Browse through the shops, stop for a bite to eat and just soak up the country lifestyle that is so welcoming. You can base your trip to the Clare Valley around one of the many festivals and events that are held here annually from food and wine festivals, to Jazz in the hills, film festivals and Easter Parades. The Clare Valley has so many attractions and highlights that you will find something new and exciting every time you visit.

From the simple pleasures of enjoying a scenic drive to jumping on one of the many tours, to see the sights and delights of the region at your own leisure, the Clare Valley offers attractions for every type of traveller. Young or young at heart you can look forward to a holiday where you can really experience the true essence of this beautiful region! Clare Valley has long been a favourite holiday destination for its many attractions, wonderful Clare Valley accommodation, family fun and romantic escapes so why don’t you come and discover your slice of this wine making region.