Lyndoch is a country town that has evolved with the times into a mecca of contemporary ambience. It has maintained its English foundations and strong German influences.
Nestled at the fertile base of the Barossa Ranges, the town once featured the first flour mill north of Adelaide. This rich soil today boasts several of the Barossa’s finest wineries. Be tempted by Yaldara, equipped with cellar door, café, larder, wine tunnel and brewery. Visit Kies Winery - famous for not just the wine but also the Monkey Nut Café and Tea Rooms. If nature is more your thing, then roam through and enjoy the aromatic smells of the Lyndoch Lavender Farm. To see it all from the sky, let Barossa Helicopters satisfy that little thrill seeker in us all. Wander the heritage walk, see the historical society display, or visit the arts centre. Get your traditional German bread at the local bakery, pick up a stick of South Australia’s award-winning best smoky mettwurst and breathe the fresh air on the village green.
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A few minutes north of Adelaide's city centre you'll find North Adelaide's tree-lined streets, majestic mansions and a bustling atmosphere.
North Adelaide is home to two of Adelaide's most loved 'eat streets', boasting everything from coffee shops and fast food to cafes, pubs and five-star dining.
Among its historic buildings and boutique gift stores, O'Connell Street offers a diverse selection of some of the city's finest Italian, Asian and Modern Australian cuisine. Just a short walk away is cosmopolitan Melbourne Street, packed with classy cafes, elegant restaurants and hip pubs that just ooze style.
You'll find some fabulous children's playgrounds in North Adelaide, parklands to stroll through, the Adelaide Aquatic Centre, Piccadilly Cinema, and the City of Adelaide Golf Links.
North Adelaide boasts plenty of quality accommodation, including the historic and quirky and the modern.