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Editor’s note – Spring 2022

Welcome to our first edition of the Hills Wanderer!

After months of research, planning and producing, The Courier team is thrilled to present a magazine which not only provides a seasonal snapshot of the Adelaide Hills, but also showcases the unique people, places and events of our world-class region.

The Adelaide Hills offers enough to last a lifetime and, through our Spring 2022 edition of the Hills Wanderer – and our new Hills Wanderer instagram page and this website – we hope to bring you a glimpse into that.

Wrapping metropolitan Adelaide’s eastern flank, our region stretches from Mt Pleasant in the north, where it meets the Barossa, to Langhorne Creek, Kuitpo and Milang in the south, where it intersects the Fleurieu Peninsula.

It’s a region in which you’ll find internationally renowned hotels, picture-perfect landscapes, cosy cafes, world-class wineries, roadside produce stalls, trendy boutiques and – most importantly – a thriving sense of community.

Spring is a beautiful time in the Adelaide Hills – the undulating landscapes are still lush and green from winter rain, grapevines are starting to bud and fruit orchards are in blossom.

There’s also plenty to do – from regular farmer’s markets and country shows to wine festivals and art exhibitions.

So whether you’re a local, or just passing through, we hope you’ll take a wander through the Hills with us this spring.

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