Explore the region

Stay a little longer. Take in the nearby natural gifts of the south-eastern Fleurieu Peninsula, Murray River, Lakes and Coorong – walk, bike, sail, boat, kayak, fish and swim. Visit the largest open-range zoo in the world at Monarto. Stroll and shop the historic town of Strathalbyn, day trip to Goolwa and the Murray Mouth, or head up river to Murray Bridge and beyond. Life was meant to be this easy!


Langhorne Creek is flat with wide roads (sometimes dirt), perfect for riding between wineries alongside vineyards under canopies of historic river red-gums. Try this suggested 14km route taking in 5 wineries, starting and ending at Lake Breeze, visiting Bleasdale, Bremerton, The Winehouse, Kimbolton Wines, Rusticana wines with Newman’s Horseradish and passing by the Bridge Hotel if you’re still thirsty.

The ride should take 42 minutes plus stoppage time at wineries. Take a look at the suggested route in the link below.

Produce Stalls

Langhorne Creek is an active centre for both commercial and private produce growers, who offer their garden goods for sale at all-year and seasonal roadside stalls. 

On the main street look out for the Oddfellows Hall’s regular and seasonal fruit and veggies, as well as the new Googies & Greens stall,  a book swap stall and other pop ups.

Adjacent to Bleasdale Winery you’ll find Michelmore’s regular supply of spuds. Along Step Rd, you’ll come across a regular stand with produce, candles and plants. At 3 Murray Rd, an occasional seasonal stall sells pumpkins and limes.

And two other occasional stands at Westbourne St and at Henders on Lake Plains Rd also stock seasonal produce.

Monarto Safari park

Monarto Safari Park, 35 minutes from Langhorne Creek, is the largest safari experience outside of Africa and is home to many of Africa’s most impressive animals, including one of Australia’s largest lion prides and giraffe herds.

It’s an escape from the city that immerses visitors in a natural safari-style setting and allows you to experience animals roaming in vistas as far as the eye can see. Monarto Safari Park is owned and operated by a conservation charity, Zoos SA.

Zoos SA is also proud to partner with six wineries from the Langhorne Creek region as part of the ‘Grapes for Good’ initiative with part proceeds from the sale of these wines supporting Zoos SA’s conservation mission.

Juggle House Experiences

Put the juggling balls of life down, and let Juggle House manage and host your day in Langhorne Creek. Their award-winning tour guides plan your itinerary and showcase two iconic experiences, ‘Grapes for Good’ and ‘Langhorne Creek and Antiques’ Tour.  Travel in style with your chauffeur in quality 7 and 12-seater vehicles; pickup available from Hahndorf, Strathalbyn, Murray Bridge, Mannum or The Bend Motorsport Park. Click the links below to find out more, and watch our Langhorne Creek television appearance with the lovely Hayley from Adelady and Hello SA TV. Watch the video

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Beyond the Vine Wine Tours
(including South Coast Wine train)

Take a guided tour from Adelaide of select cellar doors, from two people by luxury car or larger numbers by coach. Tours can also be arranged for guests staying in the region.

Seasonal tours by the South Coast Wine Train will operate later in 2024 after track upgrades have been completed, taking you along the heritage railway from Mount Barker to Strathalbyn, transferring to Langhorne Creek cellar door visits before heading to the Murray River port of Goolwa. Check the website for updates.

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Strathalbyn is one of the prettiest country towns in South Australia, with a charming village-like setting and impressive heritage-listed buildings. It offers a wide variety of utility and antique shopping with plenty of events and recreation all year round.


Thirty minutes from Langhorne Creek and you’ll be in Goolwa, a historic port town at the end of the Murray River.

Summer is for surfing, boating, swimming and fishing, and winter is for whale watching along this picturesque coastline. Book a trip on the Cockle Train steam engine or take a cruise on the PS Oscar W paddle steamer. Goolwa is the gateway to the environmentally important Coorong – take a day-tour by boat or kayak. And tour neighbouring south coast towns of Port Elliot and Victor Harbor.


The quaint town of Milang is on the nearby shores of Lake Alexandrina. Once a thriving river port in the days of paddle steamers ploughing the river, it is now a sleepy lakeside village.

Milang’s mild winter days and cool summers make it ideal for holidays all year round. It is perfect for sailing, windsurfing and fishing or to just put your feet up and relax. Pack your binoculars as the lake’s shores provide excellent bird watching. Visit the railway carriage-based heritage museum, and check out the quirky lakeside shack settlement.

South Coast Helicopters

Based in Strathalbyn, just 10 minutes from the centre of Langhorne Creek, take off on an exciting scenic tour viewing the region from on high, with options to land at a select set of local wineries for tastings.

Also, head out across Lake Alexandrina and to the Murray Mouth and Coorong for a rare aerial look at the internationally recognised environmental wonders of the area.

The Mighty Murray Way Road Trip

Follow Australia’s biggest river system through the state as it winds its way from the Riverland region all the way towards Langhorne Creek, past Lake Alexandrina and on to Goolwa and its exit into the Southern Ocean. Check  Mighty Murray Way road trip | South Australia  for your route. Once you get to Tailem Bend, drop into The Bend Motorsport Park, then cross the River on a ferry before pausing for a wine-lover’s stopover in ‘The Creek’. From there it’s not far to your final stop at the Murray Mouth.