Coming from one of Australia's most famous and oldest wine regions, Clare Valley's Riesling is now deservedly one of the most famous of the country's exports. In addition, Clare Valley also offers the visitor a range of heritage towns and trails to follow.
Clare Valley has a wealth of hotels to offer travellers on all budgets. Budget conscious visitors will find many clean and cosy two-star bed and breakfast hotels in the Clare Valley area from which to choose.
Top Things in Clare Valley
Clare Valley Lifestyle centre, offering aerobics classes, swimming pool, cricket ground, tennis and squash courts.
Spring Gully Conservation Park. Look out for the indigenous flora and fauna in their natural habitat. The park offers short walks, along with longer trails and superb viewpoints.
Clare Valley Wineries & Vineyards. Many interesting wine tasting opportunities en route and all the wines are locally produced from the 46 wineries and vineyards in the Clare Valley area.
Parks & The Great Outdoors
Golfers will love Balaklava Golf Club, north of Adelaide City. Bundaleer Forest Reserve in Jamestown, the country's very first plantation forest, is a must-see. The nearby Bundaleer Village is a delight, with its beautifully preserved woolshed and shearing station and shearer's quarters. For the children there is the train ride at Inchiquin Lake, between April and October, in addition to the many well equipped and free to use playgrounds for kids of all ages. Visit the open-air Sevenhill Market, held monthly, which sells all manner of local produce and wines.
Clare Valley Hotels
Clare Valley accommodation is as diverse and caters to all types of travellers to the region. Cheap hotels in the area include clean and pleasant two-star accommodation, right in the heart of town and close to all amenities. Hotels are available either in the centre of town or in the rich surrounding farmlands and vineyards, making Clare Valley accommodation ideal for all types of visitors.