South Australia Dining Sensations

Taste the flavours of South Australia at these must-dine destinations.

Hannaford and Sachs’ Beach Taverna, Kangaroo Island

Feast on fresh local seafood just metres from the shore at this intimate private dining destination on Kangaroo Island’s north coast – by appointment only.

The d’Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale

Step inside this life-size Rubik’s Cube and sample award winning wines with wonderful views at the d’Arenberg Cube’s tasting room, bar and restaurant.

The Enchanted Fig Tree, Kangaroo Island

Dine beneath the boughs of an ancient fig tree and feast on Kangaroo Island delicacies, paired with wine. This seasonal experience is available from December – April.

Hentley Farm, Barossa

Take your pick from two set menus featuring farm fresh produce at Hentley Farm, where elegantly restored stables form an intimate restaurant amongst the vines.

Mayura Station, Limestone Coast

Stunning panoramic views across the Canunda National Park provide the perfect backdrop for a four-course feast of some of the best Wagyu beef in the world, paired with Coonawarra wine.

Oyster Farm Tours, Eyre Peninsula

Pluck your own oysters from the sea and learn how to shuck them like a pro with a one-hour Oyster Farm Tour at Coffin Bay.

The Prairie Hotel, Flinders Ranges

Feast on native Australian ingredients at The Prairie Hotel, famed for its Feral Mixed Grill and its signature ‘Feral Antipasto’ which includes Kangaroo Mettwurst and Emu Paté.

The Seasonal Garden Café, Adelaide Hills

Local fruit and vegetables take centre stage at this country-style cottage-come-café. The emphasis is on raw, vegetarian and vegan dishes with ingredients sourced from the onsite kitchen garden.

Image Credits: Copyright SATC & d’Arenberg Pty Ltd