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Adelaide Accessible Day Trips
  • Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens, Adelaide Hills
  • Yalumba Wines
  • Banrock Station Wine & Wetland Centre
  • Horse-drawn tram
  • Rhino at Monarto Zoo

We’ve made planning your accessible day trips easy. We have highlighted a variety of wonderful day trips with specific information about the many accessible options that can assist in making touring easier for people with disabilities. Whether it is marvelling at the landscape, visiting the vibrant cities, trying the local produce, or meeting the characters and experiencing the unique Australian way of life en route – these trips will leave you feeling inspired. And no matter whether you pack up a car, board a plane, jump on a train or float on a boat, the stories you’ll bring back will stay with you forever.

Clare Valley
Set amongst eucalypt hills, Clare Valley is another of South Australia’s beautiful wine regions and is famous for its Riesling. The region’s famous Riesling Trail is a former rail corridor turned into a 35 km path linking villages, parks, wineries, artist's studios and lovely countryside. It is wheelchair friendly, but check the map to ensure you can manage the sections. Nearby are the stunning and historic villages of Burra and Mintaro. Burra was mined for copper and visitors can get a feel for mining conditions during the 19th century. Mintaro has an historic slate quarry and has hardly changed in over 100 years.

INFORMATION - Clare Valley Visitor Information Centre
Address: Corner Spring Gully & Main North Roads, Clare Valley, SA 5453
Phone: 61 8 8842 2131 or 1800 242 131
Web: www.clarevalley.com.au

Burra Visitor Information Centre
Collect the Burra Heritage Passport, comprising a guidebook and key to eight locked sites, and access to dozens of other heritage locations. The passport will assist visitors explore one of Australia’s most beautifully preserved towns. There is a charge for the trail. Access to the centre is via a side door.
Address: 2 Market Square, Burra, SA 5417
Phone: 61 8 8892 2154    Web: www.visitburra.com

»»Sevenhill Cellars
The Jesuit’s Sevenhill Cellars was founded in 1851 to produce sacramental wine. Today its table wines are known round the world. Sevenhill is Clare Valley’s oldest winery and visitors can tour St Aloysius Church and crypt. There is accessible parking and ramped access into the cellar door.
Address: College Road, Sevenhill, SA 5453
Phone: 61 8 8843 4222      Web: www.sevenhillcellars.com.au
»»Bon Accord Mine Complex
Owned and administered by the National Trust, the museum preserves and exhibits items that illustrate and explain the story of the Burra area during its heyday as a copper mine. Displays include a working forge, a model of the Burra Mine depicting traditional underground mining in 1860 and, in the old waterworks building, an original mine shaft from which Burra pumped its water supply until 1966. Access to the museum is via a rear door from the car park, but there’s no accessible toilet. The site is uneven but guided tours are available from National Trust staff.
Address: Railway Terrace, Burra, SA 5417
Phone: 61 8 8892 2056    Web: www.nationaltrustsa.org.au/properties/burra_min_mus.htm
»»Bungaree Station
Bungaree Station is a heritage-listed property comprising buildings that are largely unchanged since the horse and buggy days, reflecting pastoral history of the 19th century. There are self-guided tours around the property and access to a toilet and accommodation. There are steps into the church.
Address: 12 km north of Clare, SA 5453
Phone: 61 8 8842 2677   Web: www.bungareestation.com.au
»»Mintaro Heritage Trail
Declared a State Heritage Area recognising its historic significance in 1984, the Heritage Walking Trail encourages visitors to explore historic Mintaro. Print the map and information from their website: www.clarevalleymintaro.com/MINTAROHERITAGEWALK.htm

The Barossa is Australia’s richest and best-known wine region. Premium wines, restaurants and cellar doors abound among vineyards and undulating hills. Its rich heritage is on show in the wineries, villages and festival. The region was settled in 1842 by immigrants from Prussia and Silesia seeking a land where they would be free to practice their religion. Their culture and skills travelled and are proudly continued today. Only 50 km north of Adelaide, a pleasant day can be had cruising the 30 km long and about 8 km wide valley.

INFORMATION - Barossa Visitor Information Centre
The Centre provides information about the attractions, accommodation, tours and festivals, particularly the Barossa Vintage Festival, that is held around Easter during odd-numbered years in the Barossa. The web site identifies wineries which claim to offer good access.
Address: 66-68 Murray Street, Tanunda SA 5352
Phone: 61 8 8563 0600 or 1300 852 982    Web: www.barossa.com

»»Mengler Hill Lookout
This is a beautiful scenic lookout on the way to Angaston. Be sure to stop for breathtaking views of the Barossa Valley.
»»Barossa Wineries
There are more than 60 wineries in the region with many open daily for tastings. Many offer good access with accessible toilets and cafes/ restaurants – as some wineries are over a century old, it’s worth checking first.

A few to consider are:
Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre
Address: Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat, SA 5352
Phone: 61 8 8521 3000    Web: www.jacobscreek.com
Wolf Blass Wines Address: 97 Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa, SA 5355
Phone: 61 8 8568 7311    Web: www.wolfblass.com.au
Yalumba Wines
Address: Eden Valley Road, Angaston, SA 5353
Phone: 61 8 8561 3200    Web: www.yalumba.com

»»Angas Park Fruit Company
The region has long been famous for dried and glace fruits, nuts and honey. Angas Park also sells delicious chocolate and other South Australian products. The shop is accessible.
Address: 3 Murray St, Angaston, SA 5353
Phone: 61 8 8561 0800    Web: www.angaspark.com.au

St Kilda
Just minutes north of Adelaide, St Kilda is home to more than 100 species of birds and boasts a large mangrove estuary and nursery for recreational and commercial fish. Take in the Mangrove Trail and Interpretive Centre, with a 2 km boardwalk that meanders through the mangrove forest of the Barker Inlet Aquatic Reserve. There’s also an award-winning Interpretive Visitor Centre, enabling you to discover the beauty and significance of this coastal wetland. This seaside town is also a popular family destination with its award-winning adventure playground.

»»St Kilda Mangrove Trail
The complex includes an Interpretive Centre that gives a wonderful insight to the hidden world of the mangroves and a 2 km boardwalk that meanders through the mangrove forest of the Barker Inlet Aquatic Reserve. There are accessible toilets available in the park. Download the park brochure from the website.
Address: Fooks Terrace, St Kilda, SA 5110
Phone: 61 8 8280 8172
Web: cweb.salisbury.sa.gov. au/manifest/servlet/ page?pg=9043&stypen=html

Port Adelaide
Only 14 km north-west from the CBD along Port Road, Port Adelaide was declared South Australia’s first heritage area in 1982, recognising its historic and beautiful buildings. Port offers several attractions for the visitor. As with many heritage areas, access to buildings is variable, but owners have made a real effort – check with the visitor centre before you set out.

INFORMATION - Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
Address: 66 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, SA 5015
Phone: 61 8 8405 6560 or 1800 629 888 (national)
Web: www.portenf.sa.gov.au

»»South Australian Maritime Museum
This vibrant and colourful museum tells the past and living stories of the maritime heart of South Australia through artefacts, replica model boats and hands-on exhibits. The Bond Stores reflect the 1850s grand spaces built to hold goods and cargo. The main part of the museum is accessible via a lift and accessible toilets provided on ground level. The museum contains artefacts, replica model boats and hands-on exhibits.
Address: 119 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide, SA 5015
Phone: 61 8 8207 6255       Web: www.history.sa.gov.au
»»Port Dock Station Railway Museum
The museum displays railway operations from State, Commonwealth, and private operators on the three major railway gauges used throughout Australia. View over 100 exhibits in two pavilions, interactive displays and models. There is accessible parking, level access through the museum and accessible toilets.
Address: Lipson Street, Port Adelaide, SA 5015
Phone: 61 8 8341 1690       Web: www.natrailmuseum.org.au
»»The Seahorse Farm
Gaze at the beautiful seahorses and seadragons at the Seahorse Farm in Port Adelaide. It’s a great family excursion, allowing you to see several species and learn interesting facts about them. Access parking spaces are available in nearby car parks and there’s a short ramp with hand rails at entry. Thereafter the attraction is level with tanks at an easy viewing height, but no access toilet. A feature is the shark patting and dried seahorses providing an experience for people with vision impairment.
Address: 20 Divett Street, Port Adelaide (next to Maritime Museum), SA 5015
Phone: 61 8 8447 7824       Web: www.saseahorse.com
»»Port Princess Dolphin Cruises
Departing from Fisherman’s Wharf next to the Red Lighthouse, cruises onboard the MV Port Princess are great for dolphin watching and viewing historic Port Adelaide. Access is via a rampway to the wharf then portable ramps depending upon the tide, which can be 2m.
Address: Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, SA 5015
Phone: 61 8 8243 2757    Web: www.portprincess.com.au

Adelaide Hills
The Adelaide Hills are only 20 minutes east of the city. At the summit of Mt Lofty, relish the stunning views of the city, the gulf and the Hills stretching north and south. Settled in 1839 by Lutheran migrants, the village of Hahndorf offers a taste of old Germany with art and craft stores, bakeries and gift shops. Accessible public toilets are in Johnston Park.
INFORMATION - Mt Lofty Summit Visitor Information Centre
Along with the great views, there’s information on Adelaide Hill attractions, a fine restaurant and cafe. There is good access and accessible toilets.
Address: Mount Lofty Summit Road, Crafers, SA 5152
Phone: 61 8 8370 1054

»»Cleland Wildlife Park
At Cleland Wildlife Park you can visit the Ocean to Outback Interpretive Centre that takes you on an interactive journey through South Australian landscapes. The wildlife park displays numbats, Tasmanian Devils, Dingoes, Swamp aviary birds, pelicans and waterbirds, and bush birds. There are regular Koala Closeup tours and special events, especially in school holidays. There are some paths with steep gradients where assistance may be required. A couple of wheelchairs are available to borrow, accessible toilets are available and there is access into the bistro. Nearby is Waterfall Gully where you can see part of the falls from the car park but you can get closer along an earth path.
Address: Mt Lofty Summit Road, Crafers, SA 5152
Phone: 61 8 8339 2444     Web: www.parks.sa.gov.au/cleland/index.htm
»»Mount Lofty Botanic Garden
This cool-climate Eden is lovely in every season, but spectacular in spring and autumn. The main paths offer good access with accessible toilets near each entry. Download the park map from the website.
Address: Summit Road (Upper Entry) or Piccadilly Road (Lower Entry), Crafers, SA 5152
Phone: 61 8 8370 8370    Web: www.botanicgardens.sa.gov.au
»»Morialta Conservation Park
Morialta Conservation Park is just 10 km northeast of Adelaide. The main path the First Falls is through the bottom of the gorge and is accessible with a gentle gradient. Dedicated parking is available at the picnic grounds car park off Stradbroke Rd and there’s an accessible toilet near the falls car park.
Address: 115 Maryvale Road, Athelstone, SA 5076
Phone: 61 8 8336 0901       Web: www.parks.sa.gov.au/morialta
»»National Motor Museum
This museum offers much more than a fabulous collection of wonderful vehicles – it’s the story of how Australia took to motoring, where we went and how it made us who we are. And the parklands are lovely for picnics and barbecues. The collection is wheelchair accessible and a ramp leads to the accessible toilet. There is also a cafe, shop and function centre.
Address: Shannon Street, Birdwood, SA 5234
Phone: 61 8 8568 4000     Web: www.history.sa.gov.au/motor/motor.htm
There are many wineries in the Adelaide Hills with cellar doors for tasting and buying. Most have wheelchair facilities. You’ll find a selection below:

Birdwood Wine & Cheese Centre
Address: Shop 3, 22 Shannon Street, Birdwood, SA 5234
Phone: 61 8568 5067    Web: www.winecheese.com.au
Hahndorf Hill Winery
Address: Lot 10 Pains Road, Hahndorf, SA 5245
Phone: 61 8 8388 7512    Web: www.hahndorfhillwinery.com.au
Petaluma Cellar and Bridgewater Mill Restaurant
Address: Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater, SA 5155
Phone: 61 8 8339 9200    Web: www.bridgewatermill.com.au

»»Warrawong Sanctuary
Located on the side of a steep hill, Warrawong is noted for its nocturnal guided walks. However, the carparking area, access to the Bilby Cafe and Restaurant, access toilet and to the animal shelter/display area is level. Hands on animal displays are conducted twice daily, more during school holidays, introducing visitors to snakes, lizards, frogs, spiders and other creepy crawlies. One cabin offers ramped access but the bathroom is not wheelchair accessible; it would suit someone needing ambulant access.
Address: Stock Road, Mylor, Via Stirling, SA 5152
Phone: 61 8 8370 9197      Web: www.warrawong.com 


Adelaide’s beaches are wonderful and Glenelg is one of the best. The Glenelg Jetty extends into Gulf St Vincent providing fishing, strolling and viewing opportunities. The foreshore encourages a stroll and the cafes and shops along Jetty Road have an always-on-holiday feel.

INFORMATION - Glenelg Visitor Information Centre
The centre is on the foreshore overlooking the beach and jetty.
Address: Foreshore, Mosely Square, Glenelg, SA 5045
Phone: 61 8 8294 5833    Web: www.holdfast.sa.gov.au

»»Bay Discovery Centre
The centre offers an engaging journey into the past, with multimedia and heritage displays, and a mezzanine gallery that features work from some of South Australia’s most talented contemporary visual artists.
Address: Glenelg Town Hall, Moseley Square, SA 5045
Phone: 61 8 8179 9500 or 61 8179 9508 (weekends & public holidays)
Web: tourism.holdfast.sa.gov.au/ site/page.cfm?u=112
»»The Proclamation Trail
Collect the brochure for the 3.5 km self-guided trail through Glenelg, starting at the visitor centre and featuring eight sites significant to the cultural heritage of Holdfast Bay.
»»Rodney Fox Shark Museum
Since Rodney Fox’s miraculous survival of a shark attack in 1963, he has spent his life studying and filming the Great White Shark. In his museum, see full size Great White Shark models and jaws.
Address: Town Hall, Moseley Square, Glenelg, SA 5045
Phone: 61 8 8376 3373     Web: www.rodneyfox.com.au
»»The Beachouse
Adelaide’s new amusement complex is packed with Australian-first and world-class attractions. There are waterslides, a play castle, dodgem cars, carousel, mini golf and much more. The Beachouse is a five storey building with basement car parking, providing dedicated access spaces, lift access to upper levels and access toilets. Access to the specific amusements depends upon the individual’s access needs.
Address: Colley Terrace, Glenelg, SA 5045
Phone: 61 8 8295 1511    Web: www.thebeachouse.com.au/
»»Glenelg Tram
The Bay tram has been an Adelaide institution and is now happily fully accessible. Catch it from Victoria Square in the heart of the city, for the 20 minute trip to foreshore at Glenelg.
Web: www.adelaidemetro.com.au

McLaren Vale
McLaren Vale is recognised as one of Australia’s premium grape growing regions containing many wineries with cellar door tastings and sales. Wineries include: Hardy’s Tintara, Seaview, Chapel Hill, Wirra Wirra, d’Arenberg, Haselgrove, Hamilton, Horndale, Patritti, Shottesbrooke Vineyards, Tatachilla, Fox Creek Wines and Rosemount Estate.

INFORMATION - McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre
Stop here for details on food and wine events as well as tourism information on the region. The centre is wheelchair-friendly and has accessible toilet facilities.
Address: Main Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171
Phone: 61 8 8323 9944 or 1800 628 410
Web: www.mclarenvale.info

»»Blessed Cheese
This cafe and shop are a McLaren Vale institution, with classes in the art of cheese making and home to McLaren Vale Cheese & Wine Trail.
Address: 150 Main Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171
Phone: 61 8 83237958    Web: www.blessedcheese.com.au
There are over 40 cellar doors in the region, most with good access and facilities. The following samples provide accessible toilets, parking and easy access:

Chapel Hill Winery
Chapel Hill Winery has level access from the car park into the cellar door and there are accessible toilets. The winery also offers accessible accommodation and a gallery.
Address: 1 Chapel Hill Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171
Phone: 61 8 8323 9182     Web: www.chapelhillwine.com.au
Fox Creek Wines 
At Fox Creek the parking, grounds and wine sales areas are accessible. There’s also an accessible toilet.
Address: Malpas Road, Willunga, SA 5172
Phone: 61 8 8556 2403    Web: www.foxcreekwines.com
Middlebrook Estate Winery
The best entry to Middlebrook Estate is via a path to the second entry past the formal car park. There is level entry into the restaurant and an accessible toilet. There are a couple of small “lips” down to the cellar door sales area.
Address: 43 Sand Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171
Phone: 61 8 8383 0600    Web: www.middlebrookestate.com.au
Penny’s Hill
Between McLaren vale and Willunga, this modern winery has great access and facilities, along with an award-winning restaurant.
Address: Main Rd, Willunga, SA 5171
Phone: 61 8 8556 4460    Web: www.pennyshill.com.au

Murray Bridge is about 80 km east of Adelaide and is the centre of the Murraylands region. Attractions worth a day trip from Adelaide can be found in the towns of the region, for example, Mannum just north and Monarto to the west.
INFORMATION - Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre
Address: 3 South Terrace, Murray Bridge, SA 5253
Phone: 61 8 8539 1142    Web: www.rcmb.sa.gov.au

»»Sunnyside Reserve Lookout
View the Murray River and wetlands with great scenic views, about 10km from Murray Bridge on the Karoonda Road.
»»Dundee’s Wildlife Park & Hotel
Native wildlife on show here includes wallabies and koalas. Call before you visit the park; the staff will show you the accessible way in to see the crocodiles, pythons and other reptiles. The hotel has four dedicated parking spaces before a level entry into the hotel where there is an accessible toilet.
Address: Jervois Road, Murray Bridge, SA 5253
Phone: 61 8 8532 3666    Web: www.dundeeshotel.com.au
»»Monarto Zoological Park
This acclaimed park is world-renowned for its conservation of rare and endangered species. Trained volunteer tour guides lead one-hour safari bus tours inside the habitats viewing African, Asian and Australian animals including lion, rhino, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, bison and African painted dogs. This park is accessible; the safari buses have ramps (two spaces are provided but no lockdowns), there are several dedicated car spaces before a ramped entry to the visitors centre, accessible toilet and licensed cafe. There are three walks between 30 to 90 minutes in duration on packed earth paths which are rough in places but management is improving the path quality. Visitors are encouraged to contact the zoo for specific information.
Address: Princes Highway, Monarto South, SA 5254
Phone: 61 8 8534 4100    Web: www.monartozp.com.au
»»Mannum Dock Museum
On the banks of the Murray River in the historic river port town of Mannum, the museum includes the century old, woodfired paddlesteamer PS Marion, the Randall Dry Dock and Mannum Visitor Information Centre (phone: 61 8 8569 1303). PS Marion is fully restored and the gang-way is narrow – check before you visit. The museum incorporates the dry dock, display huts (step up) but the area is packed earth and gravel. The car park has a dedicated car space before level entry into the visitor centre, theatrette and museum. There is an accessible toilet.
Address: 6 Randell Street, Mannum, SA 5238
Phone: 61 8 8569 2733     Web: www.psmarion.com
»»Banrock Station Wine and Wetland Centre
The Banrock Station Wine & Wetland Centre located approximately 2½ hours drive from Adelaide, is an example of eco-tourism. It was designed to blend with the environment with construction and rammed earth from local soils and timber sourced from Australian sustainable forests. The Wetlands are the most vital, productive and diverse systems on the planet, and they are even more precious in a dry landscape. If you require good access, make prior arrangements with management who will advise where to park to access the ramp to the deck. The Wetland & Wine Centre comprises a tasting area, cafe, accessible toilet and views. Management will assist visitors access the wetlands boardwalk to avoid crossing the gully and rough earth. Bookings are required for the board walk.
Address: Holmes Road, Kingston-on-Murray, SA 5331
Phone: 61 8 8583 0299     Web: www.banrockstation.com.au

Fleurieu Peninsula
An hour south of Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula is an inspiring mix of rich countryside and dramatic coastline. Its soils and climate produce great food and wines, while it is also home to the bird havens of the Murray River mouth and the Coorong. On it’s southern coast, whales gather in winter, and there are farmers markets and local produce available everywhere.

INFORMATION - Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre
Two accessible parking spaces are provided near the entrance. Collect a Heritage Walking Tour brochure that details the historic buildings of Victor Harbor. There is an accessible toilet.
Address: The Causeway, Victor Harbor, SA 5211
Phone: 61 8 8551 0777    Web: www.tourismvictorharbor.com.au

Goolwa Visitor Information Centre
Located above the wharf, the centre is home to Signal Point River Murray Interpretive Centre. This houses information all about the ecology and history of the Murray and Darling Rivers basin. Displays include a Time Tunnel, huge video screen, aquarium and a restored paddle steamer, PS Oscar W, moored at the wharf. The centre is accessible via a paved pathway. There are no dedicated accessible park bays, but a drop-off zone is available. A ramp connects two levels (assistance may be required) . You can enjoy a meal at the cafe overlooking the river. The centre has an accessible toilet.
Address: The Wharf, Goolwa, SA 5214
Phone: 61 8 8555 3488    Web: www.visitalexandrina.com

»»Granite Island Penguin Walks, Victor Harbor
Granite Island is about 800m offshore and connected by a long wooden causeway. As this is quite bumpy, best access to the island is by wheelchair taxi (book ahead on phone: 61 8 8552 2622). The Penguin Interpretive Centre is built into the granite and offers guided tours. These follow paths around the island – let them know your needs when you book. There is an accessible toilet.
Address: Granite Island, 2 Ocean Street, Victor Harbor, SA 5211
Phone: 61 8 8552 7555    Web: www.graniteisland.com.au
»»Whale watching
Pods of whales visit the waters off Victor Harbour between June and October. For more details, sighting and the best watching spot on the day, call the Whale Information Hotline on 1900 942 537 or visit the SA Whale Centre’s website at www.sawhalecentre.com
Address: South Australian Whale Centre, 2 Railway Terrace, Victor Harbor, SA 5211
Phone: 61 8 8551 0750    Web: www.sawhalecentre.com
»»The Cockle Train
The Cockle Train transported goods from Goolwa to Port Elliot which is 4km to the east of Victor Harbor. Opened in 1854, it was South Australia’s first railway with horses providing the power until 1884 when they were replaced by steam engines. Today, the thirty minute journey is a spectacular trip along the coast with lovely views of the beaches, villages and countryside. Good access is available onto the ‘perambulator carriage’ where seating allows space for prams. A portable steel ramp is carried on the carriage and station staff are willing to assist passengers on board. Services operate every Sunday year round and daily during most South Australian school and public holidays.
Departs: Victor Harbor, Port Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa
Phone: 61 8 8264 3980 or 1300 655 991     Web: www.steamranger.org.au
»»Urimbirra Wildlife Experience
Urimbirra Wildlife Experience has over 400 native animals in all-weather enclosures, picnic area, kiosk and gift shop. This is a very accessible attraction, with dedicated parking space, accessible toilet and pathways.
Address: Adelaide Road, Victor Harbor, SA 5211
Phone: 61 8 8554 6554   Web: users.chariot.net.au/~wildlife
»»Goolwa & Hindmarsh Island
Goolwa is only about 15 km from Victor Harbor on the mouth of the Murray River and the huge Lake Alexandrina. It was a major port for the paddle steamers that carried cargo down the Murray-Darling river system. Across the river is Hindmarsh Island, a bird watcher’s haven and a good place for fishing. You can see a piece of history with a monument to Captain Charles Sturt, who landed on the island when he sailed down the river and Captain Collett Barker who swam across to the mainland but was never seen again. The island is linked by a bridge giving access to a number of unique water bodies including the Lake Albert and Lake Alexandrina and the long lagoons of The Coorong. There’s a marina, some residential development, several cafes and cellar doors on the island.
»»Steam Exchange Brewery
Taste a range of fine beers in the railway goods shed that’s been converted to a microbrewery. An accessible ramp is available.
Address: The Goolwa Wharf Precinct, 1 Outting Road, Riverport of Goolwa, SA 5214
Phone: 61 8 8555 3406          Web: www.steamexchange.com.au
»»Ballast Stone Winery
Ballast Stone winery offers easy access with dedicated car space and level entry into the wine tasting room and cafe/restaurant (book ahead).
Address: Myrtle Grove Road, Currency Creek, SA 5214
Phone: 61 8 8555 4215    Web: www.ballaststonewines.com  

Important Note:
The information included in this Day Trip has been gathered from a number of sources. The information offers access to people with a varied range of access needs from wheelchair users to those who are ambulant. Inclusion in this Day Trip does not imply the attractions meet current Australian Standards in respect to access. You will need to confirm with each provider that the facilities available will meet your individual needs.

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