Winter Activities in the Clare Valley
22nd July 2019
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city and escape to the Clare Valley this winter. Explore the secluded scenery in one of South Australia’s most popular wine regions. Stay at the Clare Country Club this winter and save up to 25% off* plus receive a complimentary bottle of Taylors wine! With plenty of activities to do in Clare Valley, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to use during your stay with us.
Hit the Riesling Trail
The cooler months are the ideal time to cycle the iconic Clare Valley Riesling Trail. A leisurely bike ride between vineyards, stop in and visit the cellar doors and explore the cute little downs dotted along the track. Be sure to pack your camera because you will discover epic scenery!
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If the weather holds out be sure to visit the iconic Mintaro Maze. Lose yourself in a unique experience, consisting of over 800 conifers, featuring fountains and twists and turns. And when you do find your way out, there’s plenty more to enjoy, with a range of giant sized games feature local Mintaro slate.
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Burra Heritage Passport
Something to do on a rainy day, unlock the secrets of Burra’s heritage with their unique Passport Key. The passport provides first-class access to the townships most intriguing sites. You’ll be able to travel at your own pace, spending as long as you like at any or all of the exhibits.
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You can’t visit Clare Valley without experiencing the world-class wineries! Some operate out of stone cottages, some in heritage buildings, some in brand new state-of-the-art structures and others out of old farm sheds. Find a guide to Clare Valley wineries’ here.
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Where to stay? Stay at the Clare Country Club, offering resort-style accommodation in the heart of the world class Clare Valley wine region. Book direct this winter and save up to 25%* off accommodation plus receive a complimentary bottle of Taylors wine! Book today!
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