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The Adelaide Hills, part of the Mount Lofty Ranges, lie east of the city of Adelaide. Mount Barker is the largest of the 70 towns located in the Adelaide Hills. Birdwood, Echunga, Gumeracha, Hahndorf, Littlehampton, Lobethal, Macclesfield, Meadows, Oak Bank, Stirling, and Woodside are also located in the area.

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Weddings in the Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills has a world-famous reputation as a wine producing region. More than 60 wineries dot the landscape and several of them host wedding celebrations. Couples who are looking for a vineyard setting for their nuptials find a range of delightful options. Wedding venues vary from rustic to luxurious.

Weekend markets come alive in Adelaide Hills with art, food tastings, music, and a selection of farm-fresh produce and cut flowers. A visit to a market is fun and a great way to enjoy what the area has to offer. In addition, couples can savor farmers’ fruits and vegetables at their Adelaide Hills wedding since most wedding venues take advantage of the bounty of local produce.

Along with wineries and weekend markets, the Adelaide Hills present many fine art galleries. John McCartin Fine Art Gallery, The Hahndorf Academy, Bamfurlong Fine Crafts, and Decor Dreams are located in Hahndorf. The Cedars, also located in Hahndorf, is the home, studio, and gardens of Hans Heysen, one of Australia's greatest early artists.

Locals and visitors enjoy two festivals every year. During January, most cellar doors participate in the annual celebration of Adelaide Hills’ food and wine. During the Adelaide Hills CRUSH Festival, wineries feature themed events that include tasty food, fun, and of course, wine. In July, wineries off a cozy ambiance, log fire, and fun events during the Winter Reds Weekend.

There are many outdoor adventures to enjoy in Adelaide Hills at Morialta Conservation Park, Laratinga Wetlands, and Beerenberg Strawberry Farm. Kids like Cleland Wildlife Park, Hahndorf Farm Barn, and Fairyland Village. Other interesting sites include the National Motor Museum and the SteamRanger Heritage Railway.

With a multitude of wineries, lovely wedding venues, and interesting local attractions, the Adelaide Hills are a good choice for a destination wedding.

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