Gumeracha is a town that is proud of its history exposing some beautifully restored buildings, including two churches. Together with District History Centre, it holds a collection of photographs and paraphernalia. Gumeracha also has craft and antique shops, two winery cellar doors with restaurants at nearby Chain of Ponds and various accommodation options.

Visitors can climb to survey the leafy Adelaide Hills on Gumeracha’s 18-metre high Giant Rocking Horse, and afterwards wander through the toy factory that features a wealth of charming wooden creations. The place is perfect for romantic weekends away, cozy pub meals, scenic drives and nature walks. Basically, Gumeracha is the home of boutique wineries, country markets, art galleries and charming villages.

You can also visit its National Motor Museum or walk around the local wildlife parks. Adelaide Hills showcases a wonderfully refreshing change from the pace of the city. Overall, Gumeracha is one of Adelaide’s charming and must-visit areas.