Hahndorf Inn Motor Lodge
35a Main Street, Hahndorf, 5245, Australia
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A SIGN OUTSIDE THE HOTEL.."BUM BURNER METTWURST"
THE ICE CREAM SHOP
AN EARLY PART OF OLD HAHNDORF
German Arms Hotel
What are the opening hours of The Cutlers Cottage?
RE: Cutlers Cottage
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RE: Cutlers Cottage
If you mean the one in the South Australian town of Hahndorf the contact details are listed on web as
The Cutlers Cottage
71 Main Hahndorf SA
(08) 81881005 08 8188 1005
Monday to Friday 9:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm
- CLOSED TUESDAYS -
It has its own website
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Travel Tips for Hahndorf
HAHNDORF AN AUSSIE GERMAN TOWN
"A LITTLE OF GERMANY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA"
Just a short bus ride from Adelaide city delivers you to this most attractive place..Allow yourself at least a full day to enjoy what this little town has to offer..I arrived in late March and the lovely shaded tree lined streets were awash with the different changing colours of the autumn leaves..Hahndorf is the oldest non English immigrant settlement in Australia ,being first settled in 1839 by a small group of German speaking Lutherans trying to evade their religous persecution in Europe..it wasn't long before this determined group of people had turned their fertile holdings into somewhat of a" food bowl" for the people of Adelaide and their bountiful range of fruit and vegetables were regularly transported to the city's markets for sale..The German influence in the town of Hahndorf is today still really evident in the foods and traditional German fare that is offered in the many hotels and restaurants in this colourful town..
"SO MANY EATERIES HERE TO CHOOSE FROM.."
Although being so influenced by german lifestyle this is very much a multi -cultural town offering many different cafes, restaurants and bakeries and many different gourmet stores offering a host of local produce..Hahndorf also produces its own wines..
"HERE TO ENJOY THE "WURST""
Hahndorf also has many places to stay if you decide to stay and make a weekend of great food and locally produced wines..This small town really has a lot to offer the traveller..I came up to Hahndorf to especially have some German fare...and that was some true wonderful "german sausages and potato salad" ( bratwurst mit kartoffel salat) along with a stein or two of german beer as only can be found in a truly german establishment..I wasn't dissapointed...and if I ever find myself once again in Adelaide city I will surely return to Hahndorf...
Settled by the Prussians
It was in the year 1838 when Prussian Lutheran families arrived on the Ship the "Zebra," from the easter provinces of Prussia.
Captain Dirk Hahn, Captain of the "Zebra," selected this area near the township of Mt. Barker.
The poor immigrants, had endured a terrible journey to Australia, and now they had more ardous times ahead of them.
The good Captain could see this, and stayed and helped them settle before continuing on his journey.
In gratitude to this wonderful man, they named "Hahndorf" after him.
Located in the pretty Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf is a short 20min drive from Adelaide, and it is also serviced by Public Bus as well.
These days, the town is very touristy, but I still think you will enjoy a walk along the tree lined streets, browsing the shops, or enjoying some German Cake at a Cafe.
Don't forget to buy or try the German Wursts and Smallgoods!
Adelaide region's own German town
There are several towns in the Barossa Valley which have German origins, but Hahndorf is the largest and most touristy of these, but the town also has a lot of character.
Hahndorf as a tourist town is becoming less German each time I visit (every couple of years) and now I would call it more of a gift-shop town than the German products and gift shop town that it used to be, but the Australian shops found here are also of good quality, and there's always something to see.
It's also a good gastronomic town, even if the German fare has decreased in availability over the years in some of the cafes and restaurants.
Lovely Little Hahndorf
"Germany in the Adelaide Hills"
Hahndorf is a small settlement just outside Adelaide on the main highway to Melbourne. It was foudned by Germans. This is obvious by the many sausage shops, German style pubs, cookoo clock shops, bakeries and much more.
It consists of a narrow main street, chock a block full of pubs, estaurants, shops, and runs for about 300 metres. The rest of the town is peeoples houses.
Very touristy. But nice for a lunch or dinner trip from Adelaide or surrounding areas, especially popular on the weekend.
Hahndorf, South Australia
After leaving Victor Harbor we headed north into the Adelaide Hills. First stop was the town of Hahndorf, 28 kms from Adelaide.
It is one of South Australia's most popular tourist towns It was settled by Germans escaping religious persecution in 1837. In the isolated valley they created this unique Grman village which is now a listed heritage area with many original buildings.
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