You could easily spend a few days up here, but I had just one, so I made a beeline for Hahndorf, a touristy but cute town with, characteristically, a single main street lined with stone cottages built by German settlers that house shops, bakeries, and pubs. A stroll down the street will take you to stores selling everything from artisanal knives and German handicrafts to Aboriginal art.
Hahndorf is located 28 kilometres south-east from Adelaide.I went to German Village shop and 3 wishes candle barn to buy some souvenirs. For wine and beer tasting I suggest you go to Somerled Cellar Door, Gulf Brewery and Rockbare Cellar Door along Main Street. We went to Beerenberg Strawberries farm, you can pick you own strawberries and the kids enjoyed it. Aside from Strawberries you can visit the Udder Delights for cheese tasting: In the Pickle – Pickle and mustard Honey Lady Products – Honey and condiments FruChoc – Confectionary The German Cake Shop – Sweet treats The German Pantry – Hahndorf mettwurst Harris Smokehouse – Fish products A Taste in Hahndorf – Smallgoods