From world-class wine to stunning seascapes, the Fleurieu Peninsula is a beautiful corner of South Australia. The peninsula is a stone’s throw from Adelaide and a much-loved outdoor playground for both locals and international travellers.
Base yourself in one of the peninsula’s charming towns and discover some of the best experiences the Festival State has to offer. Goolwa is set at the mouth of the Murray River and is a hotspot for cafes, bars and bistros. The coastal town of Normanville is a favourite with beach lovers, while Langhorne Creek combines historic charm with a proud winemaking heritage.
Visit some of Australia’s top vineyards in the McLaren Vale wine region. The region is famous for full-bodied Shiraz, though you’ll also see plenty of fruit-forward Grenache and spicy Cabernet Sauvignon bottled in McLaren Vale.
The Fleurieu Peninsula offers some of the best culinary experiences in Australia. Whether it’s a casual breakfast at a farm-to-table café or a five-course degustation lunch at a boutique winery, there’s something to tantalise every palate on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is a 1.5-hour drive from Adelaide. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore the Fleurieu Peninsula at your own pace. Adelaide Airport is a 1.5-hour drive away.