Situated in South Australia, the charming 19th-century village of Hahndorf boasts a rich German heritage and a number of wonderful wineries dotting nearby Adelaide Hills. As Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement, this colonial enclave beckons visitors back to an old world era filled exotic vegetation, colourful blooms and traditional ‘fachwerk’ timber-frame architecture. Visitors flock here from all corners of the globe to visit the collection of wonderful cafes and bars, stroll down the picturesque main street, enjoy incredible shopping opportunities, and sample authentic German cuisine and other top-notch artisanal food. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the settlement’s ancient folklore and Lutheran migrant history with a visit to the German Migration Museum.