Adelaide Hills Private Tours
Do you want to explore the Adelaide Hills at your own pace and determine what places you are going to visit? You have come to the right address – Des’s Minibus offer private tours to the Adelaide Hills where you can do exactly that. Simply tell us what you would like to do and our friendly team of operators will be happy to assist with your itinerary, free of charge. This can be for a sightseeing tour, a food tour, op shopping tour, wine tour, distillery tour – the list is endless.
To give you an idea of costs, we have listed a few indicative prices per bus size for you.
|7 seat bus||13 seat bus||21 seat bus||24 seat bus||33 seat bus|
|Up to 6-hour charter||From $370||From $450||From $560||From $580||From $810|
|8-hour charter||From $470||From $560||From $710||From $720||From $1,000|
|10-hour charter||From $620||From $730||From $900||From $920||From $1,230|
NB: All prices are tentative only and based on tours starting/ending in the Adelaide Metro area. No tasting fees, lunch or other costs are included. Prices can change without notice and differ depending on the actual date and time of travel and the starting/finishing point. For a precise quote please get in contact with us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or over the phone on 8440 1600.
Not sure what a classic wine tour could look like? Perhaps this sample itinerary will give you some inspiration.
Depart Adelaide CBD at 9:15am
Nepenthe Wines 10:00 – 10:45
Visit this winery to sample internationally acclaimed, award-winning wines. There is also a selection of older vintage wines available that are exclusive to cellar door visitors.
Sidewood Estate 11:00 – 11:45
Decide to sample their range of wines and/or their famous apple or pear cider. Feeling confident? Try their ‘hole-in-one’ golf challenge to win $2,000!
Hahndorf 12:00 – 13:30
Why not visit the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia while you are in the Adelaide Hills? You can stroll along the main road, visit boutique stores or simply have a scrumptious lunch at one of the local cafés, pubs and restaurants.
O’Leary Walker Wines 13:45 – 14:30
When you are ready, you could visit O’Leary Walker Wines who are located in the heritage listed Johnston Brewery and who offer some magnificent wines you wouldn’t want to miss out on.
Adelaide Hills Wine Centre 14:45 – 15:30
To end the day we can take you to the famous Adelaide Hills Wine Centre, where most local wineries are represented, offering you a broad range of wines to try from.
We would drop you off in the CBD at about 4:15pm.
Want to include food sampling and more sight-seeing? Try Melba’s Chocolate Factory, Woodside Cheese Wrights, allow some extra time in Hahndorf or even a visit to Cleland Wildlife Park.