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Clare Valley Tours


You ought to visit the

Brian Croser AO, Andrew Mitchell, Jeffrey Grosset, Nick Ryan, and Rob Geddes MW are just a few Australian wine industry legends who have roots in the Clare Valley. 

So stay for a few days, unwind, and book a tour with us to properly experience the region.

Some Recent Questions we have Answered:

Q* Is Lake Bumbunga in the Clare Valley?
A* No. The 'Clare Valley' designates a wine growing region which is geographically limited by hills and valleys, creating a higher average rainfall than the surrounding areas. It is part of 'the Mid-North' of South Australia. Lake Bumbunga - "the Pink Lake", is a dry salt-lake, definitely not a winegrowing area. 

The Mid North region is large and includes the Clare Valley, not the other way around.

Q* Can you take us on a day-trip to the Barossa Valley from the Clare Valley?

A* Yes. Find your Clare Valley accommodation and book 3x nights. It's like being on a cruise ship where the next day is a different place for you to explore. You won't be the first guests who have booked a Clare Tour and a Barossa Tour for the following day. 

Q* Do you know the Polish Silesian and Prussian History sites?

A* Yes, and I have managed to gain private access to museums and religious sites on short notice for Polish tourists and heritage-chasers. If you are interested in tracing your family history, visit the Clare Valley.

Together we will have some fun as we travel around some of South Australia's boutique wine country.

Let's make those memories!

You want to plan for two or three nights on your Clare Valley trip. One - to recover from your journey, Two - to spend your day with me on your Valley Wine Tour, and Three - to have a spare day for bike riding or going to the Barossa for the day on another of our tours. Where can you stay? Try these links to places we often collect passengers from; Mulberry Cottage, Battunga CottagesNeagles Retreat Villas, The Mill Apartments, St Helen's Cottages, the Riesling Trail and Clare Valley Cottages, the Clare Country Club, Sevenhill CottagesO'Briens of Clare, or the Clare Valley Motel. For Caravanners there are a few options too; families love the Discovery Park near Clare, while a central location is the Clare Valley Caravan Park in Leasingham, and there is a Community Caravan Park in Auburn. Burra is a wonderful historical location, and the Burra Caravan Park (incorporating the historical Paxton Square Cottages) is very popular. We collect tour passengers from all the caravan parks. There are more accommodation options, so if you have 'forever' to search, try the local Tourism Information Website.

Looking to plan your tour lunch or a venue for dinner? We get fantastic feedback about the local eateries from our guests: Try the local Tourist Information Website on places to eat.

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Customers enjoying a wine tasting


(Choose Shared Tours)

We have the most popular tours in the Clare Valley.

Singles & couples, will have a great time. Max 6 passengers.

Our Shared Tours are a good day out with new friends.

Book your tour, call Charles.

Happy tourists with their wines


(Personal Tours)

We can make a great tour for those who don't have a lot of time. We can accommodate pets too! 

Perhaps we can take you to that brewery you have heard about, and then visit some wineries afterwards.

Book your tour, call Charles.

Matching wines and food with great views


(for the Planners)

Let us help maximise your experience. We can do a day tour to the Barossa as well. 

Please contact us with the date and your ideas; Valley Wine Tours are here to make your big day an amazing memory.

Book your tour, call Charles.

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