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  •  Activities
  •  Adelaide
  •  Hahndorf German Feast Platter Shared by 2 - 4 people

Hahndorf German Feast Platter Shared by 2 - 4 people

Hahndorf Inn

  • Adelaide
  • English
  • 48 Working Hours Confirmation

Standard Inclusions

  • German Feast Platter shared by 2-4 people

1 Key Facts


  • German Feast Platter shared by 2-4 people

Not included

  • 1. Transport from/to hotels
  • 2. Food & beverages not listed as Inclusions
  • 3. Souvenirs
  • 4. Travel Insurance
Destination Adelaide
Address 35 Main St, Hahndorf SA 5245
How to get there ● By Car
Located approximately 32km east of Adelaide Airport, takes about 50 minutes; approximately 27km east of Adelaide Central Market, takes about 40 minutes.

Closest Parking:
- Carl Nitschke Public Carpark (Address: 108A Mount Barker Rd, Hahndorf SA 5245), approximately 10 minutes walk
- Limited street parkings are available

● By Public Transport
The closest Bus Stop is Stop 55 Mt Barker Rd - West side
Please check the Adelaide Metro timetables ( for more details to plan your trip.
Operating hours
Lunch-Monday to Friday 11:30-14:30 14:00
Lunch-Saturday to Sunday 11:30-15:00 14:30
Dinner-Monday to Sunday 18:00 until late
Christmas Day (25 December) Closed

2 Overview


Hahndorf is located in Adelaide Mountain (Adelaide Hills), east of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, about 26 kilometers from downtown Adelaide.

Hahndorf is also affectionately called the German town, the German village. In 1839, a group of Lutherans exiled from eastern Prussia founded the village and named it after their leader, Captain Hahn (Dorf means village in German), more than 170 years ago.

The town of Hahndorf is a famous tourist attraction in Adelaide and the oldest existing German settlement in Australia. Here, you can feel the rich German customs, the town is not big, but the scenery is beautiful, the roadside buildings still retain the style of a hundred years ago, the bakeries and sausage shops on the main street are filled with strong German flavor, and there are museums, art collections, handicrafts shops in the town. Antique shops, handmade candy shops, German supermarkets and so on. The most famous restaurant is a century-old Hahndorf inn (Hahndorf Inn), which used to serve both food and accommodation. Now it has become the most famous restaurant in a small town. The most famous food is German-style roast pig elbows. Diners come by name and are overcrowded every day.

3 Policy

Cancellation Policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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