This weekend I am in Adelaide for an AFF function, but not all of my days are booked out, so today I’ve headed to Hahndorf, a tourist trap German village in the Adelaide Hills.



I was hoping to see more German architecture but it’s essentially just a normal town with an over abundance of German specialty shops. I even bought some “white pudding” for Dee-Anne to try.


Murray has been my host and we went to the Hahndorf Inn for lunch on his recommendation, established in 1863.



The food was great, but a little too much fir just us. Of course we couldn’t just have the 1 beer, so started at one end of town, finished at the other, and also did a tasting and ended up in central Adelaide for a further glass. Lucky we had a designated driver.

Author: Sam Heathfield

I'm in my 30's, live on the Gold Coast and have a passion for aviation and Qantas. Currently studying.