Postcards from Hahndorf
Hahndorf, a beautiful German-inspired Adelaide Hills town, has long been a popular holiday destination for South Australians. Our team from Loxton recently enjoyed a holiday in the picturesque German town.
Michelle, Tara, Leonie, and Rosa, accompanied and supported by Orana Client Coaches Janette and Bianca, travelled from Loxton to the Adelaide Hills for a week-long getaway in April.
As the sense of adventure settled in, this group of ladies set their sights on the hills. On their way to Hahndorf, the group made a few stops at local businesses, shops, and bakeries before finally arriving at their holiday home.
On the second day, the schedule was packed with plenty of experiences and sights to explore. The Big Rocking Horse in Gumeracha, along with its local Wildlife Park, offered clients the opportunity to interact closely with a variety of native animals, such as kangaroos, wallabies, and emus.
On the menu was Beerenberg, a family-run business located nearby in the Adelaide Hills. An enjoyable afternoon of strawberry picking was about to begin.
The following day included a trip to idyllic coastal town, Victor Harbor. Clients enjoyed a ride on the horse-drawn tram to Granite Island, as well as a ride on the famous Cockle Train to Goolwa.
One of the highlights of the trip was the visit to Cleland National Park. This beautiful part of nature also is also home to a variety of animals that the clients had the opportunity to interact with.
Supported holidays offer more than just fun; they provide a fantastic opportunity to actively engage with and connect to local communities. It’s also a great place to build on and create new relationships.