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Hahndorf - Places to See

Hahndorf
Major tourist attraction in the Adelaide Hills. Well preserved township with strong German origins.
Located 28 km south-east of Adelaide, Hahndorf is a major tourist destination. It is a little piece of Silesia, Prussia and Germany in the Adelaide Hills. It is characterised by beautiful shady, tree-lined streets, lots of advertisements and shop signs in Teutonic script, and lots of German tourists being entertained in cafes, bars and restaurants run by the descendants of the town's early German settlers. The town is 330 m above sea level, has a rainfall of 990 mm and promotes itself as 'Australia's Oldest German Town'.

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Hahndorf - Fast Facts

Hahndorf
Major tourist attraction in the Adelaide Hills. Well preserved township with strong German origins.
Located 28 km south-east of Adelaide, Hahndorf is a major tourist destination. It is a little piece of Silesia, Prussia and Germany in the Adelaide Hills. It is characterised by beautiful shady, tree-lined streets, lots of advertisements and shop signs in Teutonic script, and lots of German tourists being entertained in cafes, bars and restaurants run by the descendants of the town's early German settlers. The town is 330 m above sea level, has a rainfall of 990 mm and promotes itself as 'Australia's Oldest German Town'.

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Hahndorf - Eat

Hahndorf
Major tourist attraction in the Adelaide Hills. Well preserved township with strong German origins.
Located 28 km south-east of Adelaide, Hahndorf is a major tourist destination. It is a little piece of Silesia, Prussia and Germany in the Adelaide Hills. It is characterised by beautiful shady, tree-lined streets, lots of advertisements and shop signs in Teutonic script, and lots of German tourists being entertained in cafes, bars and restaurants run by the descendants of the town's early German settlers. The town is 330 m above sea level, has a rainfall of 990 mm and promotes itself as 'Australia's Oldest German Town'.

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Hahndorf - Sleep

Hahndorf
Major tourist attraction in the Adelaide Hills. Well preserved township with strong German origins.
Located 28 km south-east of Adelaide, Hahndorf is a major tourist destination. It is a little piece of Silesia, Prussia and Germany in the Adelaide Hills. It is characterised by beautiful shady, tree-lined streets, lots of advertisements and shop signs in Teutonic script, and lots of German tourists being entertained in cafes, bars and restaurants run by the descendants of the town's early German settlers. The town is 330 m above sea level, has a rainfall of 990 mm and promotes itself as 'Australia's Oldest German Town'.

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Hahndorf - Culture and History

Hahndorf
Major tourist attraction in the Adelaide Hills. Well preserved township with strong German origins.
Located 28 km south-east of Adelaide, Hahndorf is a major tourist destination. It is a little piece of Silesia, Prussia and Germany in the Adelaide Hills. It is characterised by beautiful shady, tree-lined streets, lots of advertisements and shop signs in Teutonic script, and lots of German tourists being entertained in cafes, bars and restaurants run by the descendants of the town's early German settlers. The town is 330 m above sea level, has a rainfall of 990 mm and promotes itself as 'Australia's Oldest German Town'.

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