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The Perfect Adelaide Hens Party Starts Here

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The City of Churches sounds like the perfect place to celebrate for anyone about to tie the knot. So let the bells ring out as your Hens Party adventure begins in Adelaide! Aside from churches, Adelaide is also known as the wine capital of Australia, and much loved for its food trails and some of the country’s best beaches. The city is a thriving hub for festivals, arts and culture, providing year-round entertainment in Adelaide’s museums, theatres and street events. Outdoors you’ll find walking trails, pristine parks and gardens, and activities along the River Torrens. And when night falls, the city sparkles with wine bars, gastropubs, cocktail bars and nightclubs.

Adelaide’s Top 5 Hens Party Ideas
  • Winery Tour
  • Paintball
  • Private Bar
  • Catamaran Cruise
  • Axe Throwing

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100’s of Hens Ideas to Choose From

Just like snowflakes, no two brides are the same. Which is why we’ve searched high and low to find unique hens party ideas that everyone will love. From lavish ladies days at the spa and indulgent food and wine tours to high-adrenaline activities like quad biking and paintball, it’s a case of choose your own adventure. But why stop at one? Make a weekend of it for a full itinerary of fun!

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Why have your Hens in Adelaide?

A city with not just one or two, but 19 wine regions on its doorstep, provides plenty of opportunity for hens party fun. Wines from McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, Coonawarra and the Limestone Coast feature characteristics unique to each region, so we highly recommend trying them all. Of course, you’ll need something to pair with all that grape juice, and you’ll find an assortment of cafes, restaurants, chocolate shops, food tours and markets showcasing the spectacular local produce of the Adelaide Hills, Eyre Peninsula, Fleurieu Peninsula and the Limestone Coast. This truly is an idyllic hens party destination for the food and wine lover, and all of her friends. Home to countless natural attractions and beautiful beaches, you can work off the extra calories exploring Kangaroo Island, Flinders Ranges, Morialta Conservation Park and Mt Lofty Lookout, or swimming with sea lions at Port Lincoln.

Top Tips and Ideas

The Barossa Valley is tipped as the best of the best of Adelaide’s wine regions. Just 56 kilometres northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley has a warm climate famed for producing signature bold reds, namely Shiraz. In more recent years, the Barossa has received recognition for riesling and sémillon too, and you can sample all of these drops at the region’s cellar doors. All 80 of them! Of course, if you’re travelling to South Australia for the food and wine culture, we also recommend sampling everything else the south coast has to offer. That includes visiting the 70 cellar doors of McLaren Vale just a 40 minute drive from Adelaide, and tasting the exceptional whites of the Clare Valley. One unforgettable and fun way to experience this region is cycling the Riesling and Rattler trails that guide you through 35-kilometres of vineyards, cellar doors and undulating terrain.

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It would be remiss of us not to mention Hahndorf, the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia. Home to traditional Bavarian architecture, hospitality and charm, Hahndorf lies just 28km from Adelaide’s CBD, and is a must-see on a tour of the Adelaide Hills food and wine region.

If it’s the water you’re longing for, hop on the tram to spend an afternoon in the bayside suburb of Glenelg getting to know the indie boutiques, bars and eateries of Jetty Road, and the buzzing sandy beach. You’ll also find beautiful beaches at Brighton, Henley, and Semaphore, popular surfing and bodyboarding hotspots at Port Noarlunga, Christies Beach and Moana, and Largs Bay, home to the iconic Largs Pier Hotel, forever immortalised in Australian music history by homegrown legend Jimmy Barnes.

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If you’re touring the Adelaide wine regions, you might choose to spend your evenings indulging in local wines and produce in your rustic-luxe cottage accommodation. It’s the perfect way to relax with the ladies and catch up on wedding planning. If you need a topless barman to keep those glasses topped up, (or a male dancer to keep you entertained) your House of Hens party planner can make it happen.

Back in Adelaide, you’ll find a range of nightlife experiences on offer from casual drinks in rooftop bars and cosy nooks in the suburbs, to tasty tapas and upmarket cocktail bars in the heart of the CBD. Small bars are increasingly dotted throughout Adelaide, with most of the afterhours action centred on Hindley Street, Rundle Street and the Leigh Street, Peel Street and Waymouth Street precinct.

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