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(SJ)Discover South Australia with Bunnik Tours -22 June 2022


The cooler months are the time to visit South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. This 12 day small group tour winds its way from Flinders Chase to Flinders Ranges with a host of exciting stops along the way. Explore our diverse and wonderful state, from world class wineries, to the sparkling gem that is Kangaroo Island, the historic charm of Hahndorf and the expansiveness of Wilpena Pound.




12 Day Holiday Adelaide Return

Max 20 people


Special Experiences

  • Enjoy a behind the scenes tour of Bunnik Tours to see how our tours are created. Explore our headquarters including the historic ballroom and the hidden basement.
  • Join the Adelaide locals for ‘breakfast at the markets’ followed by a private tour of the Adelaide Central Market.
  • Visit Penfolds Magill Estate, nestled amongst the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, for a tour of the original winery and a tasting of Grange.
  • Tour the Centennial Cellar at Seppeltsfield and taste tawny directly from the barrel.



  • Small Group of maximum 20 people
  • Exclusive behind the scenes tour of Bunnik Tours
  • Private tour of Adelaide Central Market with breakfast
  • Tour of historic North Terrace, Adelaide’s cultural boulevard
  • Discover the Adelaide Hills including Hahndorf, Beerenberg Farm and Sir Hans Heysen’s Cedars Cottage
  • Taste the iconic Grange on a private tour of Penfolds Magill Estate
  • Explore Kangaroo Island including entry fees, food and gin tastings
  • Walk alongside Australian sea lions on the beach at Seal Bay
  • Meet the native species at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Visit Flinders Chase National Park and see how it’s recovering from the recent bushfires
  • Enjoy scenic drives through the Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, Flinders Ranges and the Barossa
  • Visit the McLaren Vale wine region including entry to The d’Arenberg Cube and various wine tastings
  • Visit the Clare Valley wine region
  • Spend a full day exploring the Flinders Ranges including a visit to the Prairie Hotel at Parachilna
  • Visit historic Burra and learn about its mining history
  • Uncover the Barossa wine region, with a guided tour the family owned Yalumba Winery
  • Sample tawny, touring the collection at Seppeltsfield
  • Visit Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop for a private cooking demonstration and tasting


  • All touring in full sized 46-seater air-conditioned coach (max group size 20)
  • Return ferry to Kangaroo Island


  • 11 nights accommodation in 3-4 star hotels

Properties include:

  • Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury, Adelaide
  • Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge, American River
  • Serafino, McLaren Vale
  • Clare Country Club, Clare
  • Wilpena Pound Resort, Flinders Ranges
  • Barossa Weintal, Barossa

Hotels listed are an indication and are subject to change without notice.


  • 11 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 6 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners

Tour Guides

  • Escorted by a Bunnik Tours representative
  • English-speaking driver guide

Some things to note

Traveller safety is our highest priority. Bunnik Tours’ has therefore adopted the covid safe travel protocols released by the Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to ensure a high level of hygiene and safety on our tours.  Bunnik Tours has always practiced social distancing through our policy of using full sized coaches for small groups.


Price: $4995.00 Twin Share
$6545.00 Solo Room


Arrive Adelaide

Welcome to Adelaide. With impeccable wineries and pristine beaches, arid outback and rolling hills all within an arm’s reach of the city, Adelaide is the gateway to all that South Australia has to offer.

The city is also the home of Bunnik Tours, which is where our tour begins late this afternoon. Please note, you will be met in the hotel’s reception at 4pm.


Enjoy a behind the scenes tour of Bunnik Tours to see how our tours are created. Explore our headquarters including the historic ballroom and the hidden basement.

We’ll enjoy welcome drinks in the heritage headquarters’ ballroom before making our way to a local restaurant for dinner this evening.



Adelaide is renowned for its incredible food and wine scene and we’ll visit the food hub of the city this morning, the Adelaide Central Market. One of the largest undercover markets in the Southern Hemisphere, the Adelaide Central Market is home to over 70 traders offering a variety of fresh produce and gourmet goods.


Join the Adelaide locals for ‘breakfast at the markets’ followed by a private tour of the Adelaide Central Market.

From here, our tour of the city continues with a short tram ride to Adelaide’s cultural boulevard North Terrace. Home to beautiful heritage architecture, wide footpaths and the State’s Museum and Art Gallery, North Terrace is a wonder to explore.


Adelaide – Hahndorf – Adelaide

Venturing out of the city today we’ll head east to the beautiful Adelaide Hills. Stopping along the way, we’ll take in the incredible views of Adelaide from the Mt Lofty Summit, the ideal spot for that perfect panoramic photo.

The Adelaide Hills is arguably South Australia’s most charming region, with quaint towns, a proud history and a delicious food and wine scene waiting to be explored. Our destination is the charming German heritage-listed town of Hahndorf. Here, we’ll explore the enchanting main street that is lined with traditional German buildings housing boutiques, pubs, bakeries, and cafes. We’ll also visit the home of one of Australia’s greatest artists, Sir Hans Heysen, and tour his house and studio.

Making our way to the end of the main street, we’ll visit the famed Beerenberg Farm to explore the strawberry fields and peruse their vast array of specialty products.


Visit Penfolds Magill Estate, nestled amongst the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, for a tour of the original winery and a tasting of Grange.


Adelaide – Kangaroo Island

The jewel in South Australia’s tourism crown, the raw and rugged Kangaroo Island awaits us today. Travelling to Cape Jervis, at the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula, we board the ferry for a 45-minute ride to Kangaroo Island.

Home to crystal clear waters, an abundance of wildlife, incredible natural wonders, and delicious local food, the Island is truly breathtaking. With a vast array of small producers, today we’ll savour local produce as we explore the Island, learn about the purest strain of Ligurian bees in the world, enjoy lunch overlooking lavender fields, tour an oyster farm and sample the wares of South Australia’s first boutique gin distillery.

(Breakfast, Lunch)

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island was hard hit by the summer 2020 bushfires. Today, we spend the day on and off the tourist trail as we see how the Island is recovering. Beginning at Seal Bay, we’ll have the opportunity to walk on the beach alongside a colony of endangered Australian sea lions, a unique species only found in South Australia and Western Australia.

Next we continue to the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Here we’ll take a tour of the sanctuary, meeting many of the native species as we learn about how they were impacted by the bushfires.

We’ll then visit Flinders Chase National Park at the far end of the Island, home to the Remarkable Rocks, a beautiful arrangement of granite boulders sculpted naturally by wind, sea spray and rain over the course of 500 million years. Just a short drive away from the Rocks, we’ll also visit Admiral’s Arch, where playful fur-seals can often be spotted from the boardwalk swimming in the rock pools below.

(Breakfast, Lunch)

Kangaroo Island – McLaren Vale

Making our way back to the Fleurieu Peninsula today, we have the privilege of exploring this land of good food, rolling vineyards, pristine beaches and the world-renowned McLaren Vale wine region.

We board the ferry back to the mainland and travel through historic Willunga, meeting some local characters along the way. We’ll then spend the afternoon exploring the picturesque McLaren Vale, tasting a drop or two of the region’s finest wines.

(Breakfast, Dinner)

McLaren Vale – Clare Valley

Before leaving the McLaren Vale region, we’ll visit the impressive and quirky d’Arenberg Cube. This Rubik’s cube like structure juts out of the d’Arenberg winery’s vineyard and is home to a tasting room and museum.

We then head north to another of South Australia’s award-winning wine regions, the Clare Valley. The region is not only known for its incredible Riesling, but for its strong heritage as well.

(Breakfast, Dinner)

Clare Valley – Flinders Ranges

After a wine tasting in the Clare Valley later this morning, we continue towards the Flinders Ranges and see the historic Pichi Richi Railway track that dates back to 1879 in the historic town of Quorn. We’ll admire Quorn’s beautiful heritage buildings and learn about the town’s past as a vibrant railway hub for the region. You might recognise the streets of Quorn from films including Gallipoli, Wolf Creek and The Lighthorsemen.

Step back in time, into another world when we travel to the Flinders Ranges. Dusty red rocks jut out of the dry and arid landscape, as long roads lead to the epicentre of the region – mighty Wilpena Pound. With a laidback and welcoming country hospitality and stunning scenery made world famous by the watercolour paintings of Sir Hans Heysen, it can be hard to forget that the region is just a five-hour drive from the heart of Adelaide.

We’ll reach our accommodation in the shadow of Wilpena Pound late this afternoon.

(Breakfast, Dinner)

Flinders Ranges

Arguably the Flinders Ranges’ most iconic landmark, Wilpena Pound is a natural amphitheatre home to impressive gorges and an abundance of wildlife. The Adnyamathanha people have called the Flinders Ranges home for tens of thousands of years, with ‘Wilpena’ translating to ‘Ikara’ meaning ‘meeting place’.

We’ll spend our day exploring the incredible desert landscape and jagged, rugged gorges that surround us. We’ll also visit South Australia’s highest town, Blinman, a historic copper mining settlement dating back to 1859.


Flinders Ranges Scenic Flight – Enjoy extraordinary aerial views of Wilpena Pound on an incredible scenic flight. To avoid disappointment, it is strongly recommended to pre-book this optional prior to travel, as far in advance as possible. Passenger’s weight must be advised at time of booking. (30 minutes – $220pp)

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Flinders Ranges – Burra – Barossa

One of Australia’s most well-known and highly regarded wine regions is calling our name today. The Barossa, home to some of the world’s oldest vines, over 80 cellar doors and passionate and welcoming locals, is a must visit region for anyone who visits South Australia.

We discover South Australia’s mining history on our way to the Barossa today, when we visit the town of Burra. A thriving copper mining hub in its heyday, Burra is home to fascinating remnants of its past including heritage buildings, abandoned mine dugouts, police quarters and more. We’ll arrive in the Barossa this afternoon.


Barossa – Adelaide

The Barossa, home to some of the world’s oldest vines, over 80 cellar doors and passionate and welcoming locals, is a must visit region for anyone who visits South Australia. We’ll spend the day uncovering some gems of the Barossa, beginning at the family owned Yalumba Winery. Beautiful landscaped gardens surround the historic clock tower where we’ll enjoy a tasting of the wine. We’ll also have the opportunity to explore the estate on a guided tour of the winery that was first established in 1849.

Next, we continue to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop for a private cooking demonstration. While here we’ll sample Maggie’s flagship and seasonal products and enjoy a wander around the property.

We then make our way down a palm-tree lined road to Seppeltsfield. Here, we’ll explore the expansive grounds that are home to heritage buildings housing local vendors including the craft and design studio JamFactory and the handmade skin and body care business Vasse Virgin. The Centennial Cellar is a highlight at Seppeltsfield, home to an unbroken lineage of each vintage of tawny from the current year all the way back to the year 1878.


Tour the Centennial Cellar at Seppeltsfield and taste tawny directly from the barrel.

We’ll make our way back to Adelaide this afternoon and enjoy a group farewell dinner together this evening.

(Breakfast, Dinner)

Depart Adelaide

Our tour concludes after breakfast this morning. We bid farewell to our new friends and to the diverse and wonderful South Australia.


Please note: This itinerary may be subject to change.


Payment conditions

  • A non-refundable deposit(s) per person is required within 7 days
  • Balance of payment for your tour is to be paid 60 days prior to departure or at time of booking if departure is within 60 days (different payment requirements apply to third party tours, rail and cruise, to be advised at time of booking)
  • You may cancel your booking by giving written notice to us. Cancellation fees and charges will be levied as follows irrespective of when notice of cancellation is received:
    • any amounts we have paid or have contractually committed to pay to third parties to deliver your travel arrangements that we cannot reasonably recover (for example payments made or due to airlines and ground operators);
    • any increase in the costs to operate the tour which we incur resulting from your cancellation;
    • a fee not greater than 15% of the booking value to compensate us for work performed up until the time of cancellation; and
    • a fee not greater than 5% of the booking value to compensate us for processing the cancellation and any associated refund.

    Please note that the earlier you cancel your booking the lower the cancellation charges are likely to be. You agree that these cancellation fees and charges are reasonable and required to protect our legitimate business interests.

    If you have paid any amount to us at the time of cancellation, we may use it to pay the above fees and charges. If after the application of these fees and charges there is a surplus of payments you have made to us, we will refund this to you within a reasonable time. If there is a deficiency, then you must pay us the difference.

    Any payments we have made to third parties will only be refunded to you once we have deducted the above cancellation fees and charges and once we have actually recovered the amounts from the third parties. We will use reasonable endeavours to recover third party payments, but we make no guarantee that we will be able to recover amounts from third parties.

    For group departures, a transfer of a confirmed booking to another departure date is deemed to be cancellation of the original booking.