A brilliant blend of wine, food, art & golf.
The Greater Adelaide Region is a destination long favoured for tasting classic Australian drops and it's sophisticated dining scene.
When it comes to golf, The Greater Adelaide Region punches well above its weight and has earned a reputation as being home to some of Australia's best golf courses. Golfing enthusiasts will enjoy the layout of Royal Adelaide, the test of Glenelg or The Grange, the prestige of Kooyonga and the scenic vistas at Links Lady Bay. Better still, all the top courses and many more are located within driving distance from the city centre making for the perfect golfing holiday.
The Greater Adelaide Region is the historic heart of Australian wine & home to some of the most famous regions - Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley & Mclaren Vale. If you have extra time, and love your wine, will also find some hidden gems in some of South Australia's lesser-known and emerging wine regions - Eden Valley, Riverland, Langhorne Creek, Kangaroo Island, Mount Besnon, Mount Gambier & Robe to name a few. Across all wine regions, you’ll find unique experiences – from dramatic coastlines, to friendly country towns and lush hillside retreats.
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Glenelg is a golf course where everything just makes sense. Towering pine trees line the fairways, the bunkering is a highlight with imposing walls, undulating land, and wetland areas are both scenic and hold purpose. The course is well established and often regarded as equal with any of the top 4 courses in the region.
The Grange East course offers scenic views and a challenging yet enjoyable round for golfers at every skill level. The fairways are well-groomed and the greens well-kept. Arguably just as good as the neighboring West Course, we highly recommend you play both courses at The Grange to find out which one is your favorite.
The Grange West Course is laid out on close to the sea and lies on, generally, flat ground with undulating greens and some small dunes to contend with. The west course is generally considered the better of the two courses at The Grange, however, arguably it can be said that they are just as good as each other.
With wonderful views of the Fleurieu coastline, Links Lady Bay offers golfers an enjoyable layout with cleverly routed holes that are long in length, but generally more forgiving them some of the other courses in this region. This enjoyable layout will make you want to play more than one round - so consider staying onsite for the best experience.
An enjoyable layout, that is well worth the 45 min drive from Adelaide. The course is a true links layout, although it rests well inland. The 6th is a cracking left dogleg par 4 which demands a tee shot carry-over swampland to the fairway and also the 12th which is a par 3 with a broad green that brushes up against a small lake on its right edge.
Royal Adelaide is a beautiful and challenging layout set between sandy craters, natural pitfalls and pine trees. The course has had several designers over its history, however, it cannot be understated the influence Dr Alister MacKenzie's has had in making this one of golf's great venues.
Wind your way down leafy lanes, stopping at villages dappled in light. The towns of Aldgate, Stirling, Oakbank, Birdwood, Crafers, Mount Barker and Hahndorf are all within an hour’s drive away from Adelaide and are brimming with wildlife encounters and cultural discoveries.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is full of world famous wine and stunning beaches. The coastline offers some of South Australia's most scenic experiences sprawling with native wildlife, you can even swim with tuna aptly-named the Ferraris of the sea.
Glenelg Beach is Adelaide's most popular city beach, offering a buzzing vibe and great atmosphere for all to enjoy. Renowned for its wide beach, stunning sunsets, rich heritage and bustling shops, sidewalk cafés and loads of entertainment.
Kooyonga is a classic-style course laid out on a sandy, undulating parcel of land in Adelaide’s sandbelt. Previous host to both the Australian & South Australian Open on several occasions, the golf club has a rich history and a style that is firmly from a special decade of course design squeezed between the Great War and the Crash of 1929.
Carved into a limestone hill at the heart of McLaren Vale and etched into its history is the five-star winery, meadery and restaurant with seductive locations for spectacular occasions.
Just a 45-minute drive south of Adelaide in the heart of one of Australia’s oldest and most acclaimed wine regions, Mclaren Vale is a wine lover and foodie’s paradise. Boasting more than 80 vineyards and with incredible culinary offerings around every corner.
When staying in Glenelg, dining at Sammys is a must! Modern seafood staples & share platters are served in a glass-walled room with expansive water views. Pick a good seat, and select a good dining time as the sunset views here are sensational.
Set amongst a tranquil lake, gorgeous vines and 200 year old gum trees, Serafino is the perfect place to stay, relax, and indulge.
The St Hallett Cellar Door is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley, nestled between acres of lush Barossa vineyard, and the banks of the Para River, just outside of Tanunda.