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Things we love – Autumn 2024

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Barrel Wine Bar

No need to travel to Adelaide for a night out – Stirling’s Barrel Wine Bar has you covered! Sit back and relax with a glass of local wine, enjoy a wood fire and tempt your tastebuds with their bar menu, featuring everything from baked camembert to pizza. They also host regular events, including Wine & Vinyl on Wednesday nights (BYO record or enjoy some classic rock!) and Sundays with chef Jamie Laing, who creates a specially curated menu from 12pm. barrelstirling.com

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Fringe in the Hills

You don’t have to drive down the hill to soak in the Fringe atmosphere – some of this year’s Fringe events are right in your backyard! Sinclair’s Gully Winery is hosting a number of events in its candlebark forest. Embark on a dusk musical journey with internationally acclaimed soprano harpist Siobhan Owen, get lost in some of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classics surrounded by nature with soprano Nicolina Barcello and pianist Emma Knights or bring a picnic and enjoy the sounds of homegrown talent bringing you everything from folk and blues to modern favourites. adelaidefringe.com.au

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Chardonnay May

Need an excuse to relax in a beautiful, tranquil setting with a glass of some of the Adelaide Hills finest white wine? Look no further than Chardonnay May! All through May Adelaide Hills wineries host special events showcasing their Chardonnays. The full program is yet to be released, but if last year is anything to go by, you can expect tasting flights, picnics, food pairings and music. adelaidehillswine.com.au

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Under the Oaks

Did you know one of AirBnB’s favourite properties is in the Adelaide Hills? Under the Oaks at Hahndorf is one of the platform’s ‘guest favourites’, selected according to ratings, reviews and other data. A converted 1858 church, the AirBnB is designed for couples, complete with a fireplace, claw foot bath and king bed. Nestled under old oak trees, it’s walking distance to Hahndorf’s main street. airbnb.com.au

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