There are so many things to see, do and taste in the Clare Valley. Explore one of Australia’s oldest wine regions this spring and discover heritage towns, trails, boutique wineries, museums, galleries and beautiful scenery. Stay with us at Clare Country Club this spring and stay in the heart of the wine region. Read on to discover our guide to spring in the Clare Valley!
Roam through the Canola Fields
Each spring, Clare Valley’s rolling hills transform into fields of gold, with canola flowers cropping up around every corner. One of South Australia’s premier wine regions, the Clare Valley could be likened to the Barossa’s chilled-out younger sibling, home to world-famous labels, but set to a beautiful country backdrop. Make sure you pack your camera, you’ll be able to snap some insta-worthy moments!
Spring Art & Garden Fair
On Sunday 6 October, Phoenix Avenue in Clare will come alive for a family friendly event with free entry. The Spring Art & Garden Fair has a great selection of plant stalls, garden art, local artists, food, wine, music and for the kids, a jumping castle and face painting. The model trains will be operating all day with all money raised on the day going to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
The Riesling Trail
Traversing the picturesque Clare Valley wine region, the Riesling Trail is one of the first rail-trails to be developed in South Australia. Suitable for walkers, bikes, wheelchairs and pushers, you can follow the trail and stop off at many of the region’s best wineries. The trail is idea for those wanting to see as many of the wineries as possible and discover the region.
Auburn Spring Fete
On Sunday 3 November, the Auburn Spring Fete is a great day to see the community of the Clare Valley region come alive. The day will include face painting, second-hand books, fabulous food by local foodies, preloved designer clothing, fresh produce, wine, artisan stalls and much more!
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