Fleurieu Food, Wine & Wildlife - Small Group Tour plus 2-hour Walking Tour (ex Adelaide)

From AUD $800.00
  • Duration: 10 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: TSA-3 WT2

A small group tour to the Fleurieu Peninsula, a place of world-class wine, pristine beaches, gourmet foodie experiences and abundant wildlife. Home to two of Australia’s premier wine regions, McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek, the Fleurieu Peninsula is one of the best destinations for a wine tour in South Australia. Boundary-pushing restaurants, farmers’ markets brimming with regional produce and untouched pockets of bushland alive with iconic Australian wildlife jostle for attention alongside big-name wineries including Coriole and WirraWirra and unique cellar doors like the d’Arenberg Cube, Vale Brewing and Samuel’s Gorge. Beyond these wine regions we experience some of South Australia’s most iconic coastline and native wildlife along the South Coast.

Choose one
from our four immersive 2-hour Adelaide city walking tours:

Classic Adelaide
Culture & Heritage

– Explore the Cultural Boulevard, walk amongst the statuesque Government and
University buildings and discover hidden secrets along the way in little
streets and lanes.

East End
Pub Culture
– Wander
through the Botanic Gardens, the historic East End fruit & produce markets,
charming arcades, and the unique pubs of culture in the East end.

Market
Culture
- This tour
takes us on an insider's tour through Adelaide's iconic Central Markets and
Chinatown just off Gouger Street.









West End
Art & Culture
- This
tour focuses more on the contemporary Arts, culture and the famous medical
precinct of Adelaide. Each tour departs from separate central locations &
tours are completed in a variety of locations depending on groups specific
interests. 

Images courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission & Tourism Australia.

Also Credit images: Woodstock Wine, Wildlife Sanctuary, Photographer: Ben Goode; Koala - Belair National Park - Photographer: Ben Leue;

Pelican Granite Island - Photographer: Graham Scheer;The Causeway, Victor Harbor - Photographer: Ben Goode;

d'Arry's Verandah Restaurant - Photographer Andre Castellucci