GOOD TO KNOW
South Australia enjoys a rich German heritage. Lutheran immigrants, originally from Prussia, and as early as the 1830s, have contributed to the character and shaped the culture of South Australia, most evidently in Hahndorf and the Barossa Valley. From Seppeltsfield to Gramps, they laid their foundations in the wineries of the Barossa Valley and their legacy still lines the streets of Hahndorf with fachwerk architecture, German bakeries and eateries. Visit the Herbig Tree, where German immigrant, Friedrich Herbig and his family lived in the hollow of an old red rivergum.
CRUISE SHIP PORTS
Adelaide, Kangaroo Island (Penneshaw), Port Lincoln and Robe
Ask us for shore excursion