Great Australian Wine Trail

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The Great Australian Wine Trail will be globally recognised as Australia’s signature gastronomic cycling experience.

The 280km trail will connect South Australia’s most famous wineries and cellar doors in Barossa, Eden Valley, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills, Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale.

By connecting existing trails and developing new sections of trail, visitors will be able to explore beautiful landscapes, historic towns and villages, soak up iconic flora and fauna and enjoy world-renowned wines, fresh food and produce, growing visitation, length of stay and expenditure.

A partnership between regional RDAs (Regional Development Australia) and six regional consortium councils, the Great Australian Wine Trail Feasibility Report has now been completed and the project is investment ready.

The Great Australian Wine Trail will be globally recognised as Australia’s signature gastronomic cycling experience.

The 280km trail will connect South Australia’s most famous wineries and cellar doors in Barossa, Eden Valley, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills, Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale.

By connecting existing trails and developing new sections of trail, visitors will be able to explore beautiful landscapes, historic towns and villages, soak up iconic flora and fauna and enjoy world-renowned wines, fresh food and produce, growing visitation, length of stay and expenditure.

A partnership between regional RDAs (Regional Development Australia) and six regional consortium councils, the Great Australian Wine Trail Feasibility Report has now been completed and the project is investment ready.