Recently we visited the village of Hahndorf which is found about 1/2 hour from Adelaide.
Originally settled in 1839 by Prussian Lutherans, Hahndorf is now Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement.
Its German heritage is definitely still evident as you wander the Main Street which is filled with German pubs, cafes, restaurants, bakeries, chocolate and traditional sweets, wooden folk art, leather wears and cuckoo clocks!
Must say that wandering down the tree lined street was very pretty with all the autumn foliage starting to appear on the trees. This quaint little village is definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
Oh and the Lemon Meringue fudge … omg 🤤