Venue & Location

Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, Hahndorf

145A Mt Barker Road Adelaide hills convention centre Deck
Hahndorf, SA
08 8388 7921
www.ahconventions.com.au


The Adelaide Hills Convention Centre is a newly renovated, iconic, modern 2 level venue, 20 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD in the Germanic Township of Hahndorf. Sitting atop 32 acres of manicured grounds boasting uninterrupted 360° views of the picturesque Adelaide Hills. The Upper Level has a modern yet contemporary feel with an open plan space offering never-ending Mount Lofty views through floor-to-ceiling concertina doors which lead out onto a generous 150m2 spacious upper deck. The Lower Level [The Deck], in contrast, offers a warm rustic ambience boasting 100 year old wooden floor boards, exposed beams and timber pillars from the historic Port Adelaide Wool Stores. As with the upper level, full length concertina doors invite you out onto an expansive timber deck which showcases The Adelaide Hills in all of its natural glory.

Hahndorf

Located just 20 minutes from Adelaide, Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement and celebrated 175 years in 2014. It still has a strong German flavour most evident in the smallgoods outlets, bakeries, pubs, restaurants and cafes that line the bustling main street. While its proximity to Adelaide makes Hahndorf a perennial favourite as a day trip destination, most visitors wish they had longer to explore all the township has to offer so consider accommodation from the wide range available.

Things to do

4Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park 
Nestled on 13 hectares of beautiful open surroundings with unparalleled views of the magnificent Adelaide Hills, the Hahndorf Resort feels a world away yet offers every convenience at your fingertips. Only 20 minutes from Adelaide, this picturesque retreat offers the perfect location to discover Hahndorf and the surrounding areas with its many attractions.

037572aHahndorf Mini Gold 
Hahndorf Mini Golf is a putt putt golf course on the main street of Hahndorf featuring 18 holes with fun and challenging obstacles to put your skills to the test! Mini golf is an exciting and social activity for all ages - and at only $6 per game is also a very affordable activity.

 

Hahndorf Hills vineyard dogs Nero BacchusWineries, Cellar Doors and Breweries 
The Adelaide Hills' clean, high altitude environment produces distinctive and elegant wines that can be tasted at approximately 50 cellar doors throughout the spectacular landscape. In addition, many offer tours, food and wine matching experiences, master classes and regional fare, as well as fine contemporary dining. Lovers of craft beer and cider are also well catered for with a number of award-winning microbreweries and cider houses.

poniesHahndorf Farm Barn 
The Hahndorf Farm Barn is a unique blend of a children's farmyard and wildlife park. You can hold, touch and feed most of our animals in complete safety and at your own comfort level. And we pride ourselves in providing the best school holiday activities Adelaide! There are many activities for kids at the farm and you can easily spend hours here enjoying quality time with your family.

mt barker summit 3Mount Barker Summit 
Mount Barker Summit provides spectacular views of the surrounding area as far as Mount Lofty, and is a place of particular importance to the Peramangk people. The summit is easily accessed from either Mount Barker via Springs Road and Summit Road, or from Nairne via Bartley Street and Summit Road – look carefully for the brown and white directional signs.  The Summit entrance is open during daylight hours and vehicles can be driven almost to the top with a five minute walk from the carpark to the peak. There are no facilities at the top - just a beautiful place for quiet contemplation and appreciation of the landscape.  The Mount Barker Summit Scenic Drive takes in the Summit Conservation Park as well as the Laratinga Wetlands, where there is a good linear walk.

hahndorf walking tours 9250113Hahndorf Walking Tours 
Experience Hahndorf like a local. Tours are conducted by a local resident who knows the area and is passionate about both the township and the Adelaide Hills. Find out more about the Prussian immigrants seeking religious freedom who came to South Australia in 1838 and created a life in a country so foreign to their own.