Food and Wine
A visit to South Australia is to taste the good life
in all its forms with fresh local produce
and delicious wines seen on many a dinner table throughout the state.
Rigoni's on Leigh Street, Adelaide
Discover exceptional produce
at every turn in South Australia – fresh seafood, organic meats, sweet citrus, nuts, baked goods, Ligurian honey, olives, chocolate, world-renowned wines and beers.
Delicious fare, everywhere
Whether dining al fresco in Adelaide or a nibbling on platter of ‘feral food’ in the Flinders Ranges and Outback, visitors are guaranteed to have their taste buds tantalised!
South Australia’s Mediterranean climate makes it perfect for growing olives and almonds, especially on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Kangaroo Island is home to
the unique Ligurian bees which produce some of the finest honey in Australia.
The waters off the Eyre Peninsula provide an abundance of seafood including Coffin Bay oysters, bluefin tuna, King George whiting and lobster.
The European influence is most prominent in Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa, with the cooking methods of early German settlers still served today.
South Australia is also renowned throughout the world for its award-winning wines. In fact about half Australia’s wines (many people say the best half) are grown and made in the Barossa, Clare Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula, Limestone Coast, Adelaide Hills and Riverland, along the Murray River.
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Ultimate winery experiences of Australia
The Lane Vineyard personifies rural Australia yet it is just 20 minutes from Adelaide in South Australia. Hidden in the Adelaide Hills, just three kilometres from the historic village of Hahndorf, you can quickly be a world away.
Seppeltsfield is the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine each year. It is famous for its Centennial Collection - an unbroken lineage of Tawny of every vintage from 1878 to the current year.
Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide and only 15 minutes from the city centre, Penfolds Magill Estate is the original home of Penfolds wines and of Australia’s most prized wine, the famous Grange.
Jacob’s Creek is one of Australia’s leading wine brands, offering quality contemporary Australian wine styles with great varietal expression. The brand was first launched in 1976 and is named after the Creek that runs through the Barossa Ranges in South Australia’s famous Barossa Valley.
D’Arenberg winery is a family-owned winery producing internationally renowned red wines in McLaren Vale, a favourite South Australian wine region.