• Last updated 21 Apr 2021

    The Adelaide Hills Council values the vibrant arts culture of our region, working with local artists and the wider community to facilitate and promote activities that enhance culture and strengthen the sense of place.

    To see what arts e...

  • Last updated 20 May 2022

    Thank you to everyone who helped make Discover, Play, Bikeway! for 2022 a huge success. We enjoyed seeing eveyone supporting local vendors and community groups in the fresh air of the Adelaide Hills.

  • Last updated 24 Aug 2020


  • Last updated 30 Jan 2017

    Six years after the first planting of grape vines in the Adelaide Hills in 1839, Australia's first wine export was sent to England.  Today we are acknowledged internationally for our distinctive premium wines, together with our equally highly...

  • Last updated 19 Jan 2022

    The Traditional Custodians of the Adelaide Hills are the Peramangk and Kaurna peoples

    Council acknowledges that we undertake our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna p...

  • Last updated 20 Jul 2015

    ​Internet is available across the Adelaide Hills. Many townships have wifi hotspots, look for the wifi hotspot stickers in businesses across the district to access.

    Council Libraries and Community Centres also offer free access to comp...

  • Last updated 24 Jun 2016

    The Community Mosaic Couch project brought together locals in bush-fire affected communities in the Northern Adelaide Hills to make mosaic patches that joined to form 'quilts' to adorn a trail of outdoor community couches.

    Sharing skill...

  • Last updated 21 Apr 2021

    Those of us lucky enough to live and work in the Adelaide Hills will always jump at the chance to show its charms off to visiting friends, family, or even a stranger if they stop to ask.

    If you're interested in hosting a private function or ...

  • Last updated 10 May 2022

    The Adelaide Hills comprises of National Parks, Conservation Parks, State Forests, lakes and streams. This is a place that has inspired generations of artists including Sir Hans Heysen. One visit to the Adelaide Hills and you'll undersatand why th...

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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