The Adelaide Hills and our cellar doors are open for business and we need your support.
With 30 venues hosting events over three days, add the Crush Festival to your Australia Day plans for a weekend filled with wine, food, music and fun!
Adelaide Hills Wine Region Executive Officer, Kerry Treuel said:
‘Crush is always such a relaxed and festive weekend and this year will be no different. Our producers and cellar doors are open for business as we begin the recovery from the December fires that affected so much of our local wine industry.
The wines that the Adelaide Hills are famous for, along with our world class regional produce and stunning views are still the main drawcard and you won’t be disappointed at what’s on offer across all the venues.
Festivities start on Friday, January 24, with seven events kicking off the weekend followed by a packed program of long lunches, garden parties, kids’ activities, masterclasses, sunset sessions and twilight dinners’ said Ms Treuel.
For the full event guide and further suggestions head to www.crushfestival.com.au or follow the links below:
|Crush Gardens, Picnic|
+ Summer Parties
|Crush Long Lunching|
|Friday Night Sunset Sessions||Family + Fun|
|Twilight Dining||Full Event Guide|
|Tasting, Making + Shows||Crush Festival Bus Tickets|
Can’t attend the Crush Festival but want to support the Adelaide Hills Wine Region and our growers and producers who were affected by the Cuddle Creek Fires?
Please donate directly to our appeal www.adelaidehillswine.com.au/fireappeal