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Great Eastern Wine Week, 9-18 September 2022

Friday, 25 February 2022

Exploring the Clare Valley on foot, in style


The Clare Valley is undoubtedly one of the most scenic wine regions in Australia and a newly launched walk through the region is aimed at food and wine buffs who also enjoy an entertaining meander to work up an appetite.

The Life's An Adventure Clare walk runs over three days with guests being picked up from, and returned to the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide, two hours away.

The Clare is one of the oldest and best-known wine regions in Australia with plenty of history and some delightful cellar doors and pubs to be enjoyed.

This walk is just as much about wine and food as it is about walking.

There are two dinners, two breakfasts and three lunches featured, including two long winery lunches.

Accommodation for both nights is at Bungaree Station - a heritage-listed historic country retreat with a history that dates back to 1841.

The initial walk will be from May 27-29 with more dates to be announced, and groups will be limited to 12 people.
 


Highlights include lunch at the delightful Skilogalee winery, an a la carte dinner or degustation at the superbly renovated Watervale Hotel (above) and lunch at Pauletts Wines and Bush DeVine Restaurant, where the views are magnificent.

Tastings range from one-man operation Mad Bastard to bigger operations like family-owned Taylor's.

All the walks are pack-free - guests just carry a small day pack. The trails comprise largely back roads, road reserves and private property and there is a local guide on hand at all times.

the first day walk is around 10km, the second day 12-14km and the third day 10km - all easily manageable.

This link has further details and how to book:

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