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Really interesting to walk down the main street of this German-founded village out of Adelaide and learn about the history of the buildings. Couple that with a visit to the Academy and the Pioneer Walk and you'll come away with new knowledge and an appreciation...More
We took the bus from Hindmarsh square to Handorff. Bus timetable is great. Beautiful walk. Interesting shops
Some you can buy products online which is great as I was flying back.
Lots of great spots to eat, cafes pubs.
We parked in a side street and were told by local that the car had to face the original direction of travel. So we turned it round before our walk.
We passed a pub which looked closed and wound up having a light lunch in...More
Hahndorf is a interesting little town with great history and fabulous architecture. There are information panels to help your walk along the main street and plenty of shops to distract you. There are also maps available which highlight the main attractions, Whether you want to...More
We caught a public bus from the centre of Adelaide to Hahndorf and it was an easy, inexpensive and interesting way to visit this pretty village. The main point of interest, for me, was the architecture and tree lined Main Street. I had hoped there...More
Hahndorf is a must visit village whilst in the Adelaide region. Very historic, interesting and picturesque if also rather overwhelmingly touristy. Loads of great food and treat options, many but not all, with a German twist so make sure you visit hungry! The walking map...More
If travelling through this place then by all means stop for a walk and look-see but it's much the same as every other tourist place with all the usual tacky shops amongst the wine tasting pubs and restaurants.
We went at 11am on a Tuesday...More