Adelaide Hills is a famous wine region near Adelaide, with fresh air, lush forests and charming valleys. In summer, the temperature here is relatively low, which is more suitable for summer vacation. Overlooking the city of Adelaide on the top of Lovti in the Adelaide Hills, there are also cafés and restaurants on the top of the hill. This is a great place for a relaxing holiday.
Very worthwhile to go, although the city is small, but the environment is good, there are many wineries in the town of McNaren worth wine tasting, special tips: each winery wine tasting is free, you just have to bring your own cheese tasting wine, the town has a cheese shop specializing in wine tasting, you can rent a thermos box to put cheese; the seaside is very convenient in the city, you can get there by tram, there are a few special seaside. Great food, kangaroo island, wildlife park, koala and German town are all worth visiting. There are too many pictures to introduce. Almost all the pictures have characters and few pictures, so we can't put too many pictures on them.
Adelaide Hill, also known as Lovelon Hill, is located in the west of Adelaide City, which is also the gathering place of many attractions in Adelaide. The top of the mountain is about 300 meters above sea level. On the top of the mountain are the famous Adelaide Freedom Monument and the viewing platform. I drove here and stayed for about half an hour. The Commerce on the top of the hill was very developed, and I felt a little overdeveloped.
There are birds and sunsets. I like that you can choose to climb the mountain bus and drive by yourself.
Adelaide Hill, also known as Lovelon Hill, is one of the most famous mountains in South Australia. Climbing to the top of the mountain here has a landmark monument. Standing on the viewing platform, you can see the scenery of the primitive forest for four weeks. The scenery is very beautiful. The sea and sky are absolutely spectacular.
Mount Adelaide, also known as Mount Lovelon, is a very worthwhile place to visit. It has beautiful scenery and is the best place to look at the Atlantic Ocean and the city of Adelaide. There are also many attractions around, such as the Museum of Automobile, Museum of Wooden Toys and so on, which are important tourist destinations of Adelaide and worth visiting.
The highest peak here, Lofty Mountain, is more than 700 meters above sea level. It is Adelaide's commanding height. From above, we can have a panoramic view of Adelaide. But when we go, it's cloudy and the mountains are colder. If we choose a sunny day to come, the scenery should be more admirable.
I have lived in Adelaide Hills for more than 10 years. The first autumn vineyard here was taken near my home. I don't know whether Ctrip bought the shutterstock image legally or stole it from me, because there is still a seal on the shutterstock image, and the image purchased according to reason is to remove the watermark.... In order to prove that I uploaded another photo I took at the same place on the same morning:) anyway is really beautiful, but because the beautiful spots are scattered everywhere, some famous landmarks such as lighthouse are just like this, so it needs to experience slowly to see her most beautiful side. And inadvertently, you may see Koalas climbing trees with baby on their backs and kangaroos jumping on the hillside. Welcome to ask me questions if you want to experience the beauty of this place.
Adelaide Hill is a famous climate wine District in Australia. It is very close to Adelaide. There are more than 200 vineyards and dozens of wineries. It is very enjoyable to see the scenery and enjoy the fine wine.
You can climb up the road by yourself from the foot of the hill. Of course, only one bus can reach the top of the hill. There are schools at the foot of the hill. The road up the hill is not particularly difficult to walk, but you should pay attention to the surrounding vehicles, because it is mixed with the highway.
The scenery is good, the driving is very convenient, the scenery along the way is very good, there are many vineyards!