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Clare Valley

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Clare Valley

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For other places with the same name, see Clare (disambiguation).

The Clare Valley[1], situated in the Mid North of South Australia, is one of the best wine regions in the state and country. Home to spectacular views, wineries and wildlife, it is a popular tourist destination for wine lovers and travelers.



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Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest wining regions.

The Clare Valley Region today hosts a vibrant, diversified rural community and economy. The delightful rolling hills create beautiful landscapes, dotted with wonderful stone buildings. The Region attracts many discerning tourists, both domestic and international, who delight and relax in the friendly environment. Major attractions include the unique, boutique wineries and cellar doors, treed landscapes that can be easily accessed on The Riesling Trail, the fine stone buildings and homes, and the excellent local cuisine. Regular markets create opportunities to mix with the locals and immerse yourself in unique activities.


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The Clare Valley is a pleasant 139 km (1.75 hr) drive north of Adelaide via Gawler up Horrocks Hwy (Main North Road).

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