Holiday & Caravan Park in Adelaide Hills
Sites & Selected Cabins
In and around Hahndorf Resort Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: 2.8km
Strawberry Picking to delight all ages at Beerenberg Farm, Hahndorf – From November through to April. Roam the vast strawberry patch at Beerenberg, foraging enormous sweet strawberries and be sure to browse and taste the incredible array of sauces, relishes and dressings while you’re there.
Distance from park: 4.5km
Hahndorf Farm Barn Kids can interact with a range of farm and exotic animals. Having won multiple ‘Tourist Attractions’ SA Tourism Awards, the Hahndorf Farm Barn is a childrens’ farmyard and wildlife park where everyone gets to enjoy hands-on interaction with our friendly animals.
Distance from park: 5km
Flour mills were built throughout the Adelaide Hills during the 19th century and historic examples can still be found at Birdwood, Mount Barker, Nairne and Bridgewater, where the giant waterwheel still turns. The Bridgewater Mill houses the historic 1860s flour mill serving regional, seasonal share platters and fresh local organic produce.
Distance from park: 1.5km
Hahndorf Sweets is an ‘Old Fashioned’ sweet shop in the beautiful Adelaide Hills in Hahndorf. Explore this little shop to find sweets from your childhood. Truly “A trip down memory lane”.
Distance from park: 16.5km
Feed kangaroos as they laze, wander wetlands, hold a koala, and immerse yourself amongst over 130 species of Australian wildlife.
Distance from park: 14km
Melba’s is a must for any family foodie outing in the Hills. Sample delicious chocolate and a truly staggering range of lollies and chocolates. Be captivated watching sweets being made the old fashioned way, enjoy tastings or relax with a fresh cup of coffee in the Café.
Distance from park: 100m
Many of the shops in Hahndorf appeal to kids – from the Hahndorf Sweets’ shop and ice creameries to toy shops, fairy garden and shop, puppet shop, and FruChocs shop (South Australia’s iconic confectionary). Australian Minerals is also heaven for kids into minerals, fossils and shells.
Settled in 1839, Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. Take yourself back in time walking the main street, lined with historic buildings including the Hahndorf Academy – a magnificent heritage building housing gallery exhibitions, a small museum, artist studios and a shop featuring special Sir Hans Heysen’s collections and quality hand crafted local artisan products.
Distance from park: 1.5km
Experience Hahndorf like a local on one of the Hahndorf Walking Tours guided by Sharon Pippos, a passionate Hahndorf resident and history enthusiast.
Meet Captain Hahn, learn about ‘fachwerk’ architecture and visit significant sites with intriguing stories such as the Pioneers Women’s Walking Trail memorial in the Village.
Find markets selling fresh, mouth-watering produce every weekend in the Adelaide Hills. Fruit, vegetables, art, craft and wine – it’s all there. Almost every weekend, you will find a farmers’ market in one of the many small towns dotted throughout the region. Trestle tables overflow with fresh produce, buckets burst with cut flowers and espresso machines work overtime.
Distance from park: 2km
The Cedars’, Hahndorf – This elegant Edwardian property was the home of Australian landscape artist Sir Hans Heysen until his death in 1968. Visitors can see the artist’s studio, a collection of his works and tour the property’s elegant gardens.
Distance from park: 7.5km
Nestled in the heart of the Onkaparinga Valley, is home to the Oakbank Golf Club – South Australia’s second oldest – founded in 1892. The Oakbank Golf Club provides a challenging test of golf in a welcoming and picturesque environment for recreational golfers.
Every week on Friday.
Duration: 1 hr
Join us in the Camp Kitchen for some BBQ fun with Burgers and Sausages!