Langhorne Creek, known as ‘the Creek’ to locals, is an easy 55-minute drive south-east of Adelaide to the eastern Fleurieu Peninsula.

Located between the Adelaide Hills and Lake Alexandrina, the region is a highly awarded grape and wine production source for local families as well as international companies and creative artisans from around Australia.

Nine cellar doors open a window into why ‘the Creek’ has so much to offer.

Getting here

From Adelaide
Take the South-Eastern Freeway to the Mt Barker exit, head though Mt Barker township on the Wellington Rd. Just after the hamlet of Woodchester, turn left at the Langhorne Creek Wine Region sign on the Meechi Rd to Langhorne Creek. 65km/ About an hour.

From Melbourne

Take the National Hwy M8 then Western Hwy A8 then A1 towards Adelaide. After crossing the Murray River take the Murray Bridge exit but turn left towards Wellington, then right on the Brinkley Rd and head towards Lake Alexandrina, then right on the Langhorne Creek Rd. 688km/7.5hrs.

Alternative route: Just before Tailem Bend, turn left towards Wellington. Take the ferry across the Murray River and from there Langhorne Creek Rd B45. 670kms/ 7hrs 40 mins.

Travel times and distances 

Adelaide  | 78km/55 mins
Mt. Barker | 31km/ 25 mins
Goolwa | 49km/37 mins
Strathalbyn | 15km/ 12mins
Murray Bridge | 38km/ 27 mins

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