Our Region

Its all in our name! Our region includes the areas of Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Pensinsula and Kangaroo Island.

Our region is incredibly diverse. From peri-urban to remote areas. Quaint villages to fast-growing regional cities. High intensity horticulture to broad-acre agriculture. Some of the wettest areas in the state to some of the driest. World-renown wine regions and international tourist attractions. Lakes, surf coasts, rivers, plains and mountains.

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Adelaide Hills

The Adelaide Hills is a rugged area east of Adelaide in South Australia. Known for its cool-climate wines, it centres on the mountain and busy city of Mount Barker. Former German settlements include leafy Hahndorf, with its pubs and galleries, and Lobethal, famed for its handicrafts and Christmas lights. Kangaroos and koalas roam the Cleland Wildlife Park, while Gumeracha town is home to the Big Rocking Horse.

Fleurieu Peninsula

The Fleurieu Peninsula is a broad peninsula south of Adelaide, South Australia. It’s known for its wine regions including Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale.  Beaches along the rugged coastline include Normanville and Middleton. In the south, whales, seals and dolphins can be spotted in Encounter Bay, near the town of Victor Harbor where you can take a ride via horse-drawn tram across the causeway to Granite Island..

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island lies off the coast of Fleurieu Peninsula, southwest of Adelaide, South Australia. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species. In the west, Flinders Chase National Park is known for penguin colonies and striking coastal rock formations, like the sculpted Remarkable Rocks and the stalactite-covered Admirals Arch.