Things to Do in Hahndorf
Nestled in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. It was originally settled by Lutheran migrants, and their influence is obvious in the architecture of the town. Don’t get confused if you see references to Ambleside around the place – the town briefly changed name during the First World War, but was changed back in 1937. These days Hahndorf has retained its European charm and is an interesting tourist destination, with plenty to discover. Enjoy the food at one of the delicious venues in the area and visit Beerenberg Strawberry Farm for artisan preserves.