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Located around half an hour south-east of Adelaide, the contemporary village of Hahndorf is proud of its German heritage visible in its traditional streetscape with smallgoods, bakeries, cuckoo clocks, traditional wooden folk art and German-style pubs. Stroll the main street and discover shops, galleries and studios, a cheese maker, leathersmith, jeweller, candle makers, craft brewery, winery cellar doors, chocolatier, traditional sweet shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés. Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement, built by Prussian settlers in 1839 who made the long journey from Europe on a smallsailing ship named the Zebra, under the command of Dane, Captain Dirk Hahn. Learn more about Hahndorf’s early settlers at Hahndorf Academy’s museum or on a guided walk with Hahndorf Walking Tours. Anyone with an interest in wine and viticulture should visit the Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum, which houses the private collection of Australian wine icon Wolf Blass. Drop by the Menz FruChocs shop for iconic South Australian treats and don’t miss artisan food producers such as Udder Delights cheeses, Buzz Honey, and Harris smoked goods. There are a handful of cellar doors in the main street itself including Somerled Wines, Landhaus Wines, and Scott and La Prova, while just out of town is The Lane Vineyard with an iconic fine dining experience overlooking the vineyards, and Hahndorf Hill Wines with the ChocoVino wine and chocolate matching experience. Don't miss Ambleside Distillers just out of the main township for handcrafted gin in a beautiful rural setting. The Cedars, the former home and studio of renowned landscape artist Sir Hans Heysen is just a few minutes out of town. Hahndorf Academy in Hahndorf’s main street is a hub of creativity, heritage and contemporary culture with exhibitions, classes and an outstanding shop selling the work of local artists and designers. Kids will be delighted to meet some friendly animals at Hahndorf Farm Barn or pick strawberries at Beerenberg Farm (in season November to April). Hahndorf and surrounds have a great range of accommodation from luxury villas and B&Bs to motels and the BIG4 Hahndorf Resort.
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