Commencing at St Paul’s Lutheran Church the story behind the Lutheran’s escape from Prussian to come to South Australia will be explained.
- Adult (13+ Years) 2 Person Minimum | If you are the 1st to book, you may pay for 2 but come solo
- Child (5-12 Years) (does not include meal)
When the majority of visitors leave and darkness settles on the village Hahndorf Walking Tours provides an after dark experience complete and stories to match this time of night and atmosphere. You can bring your own torch or headlight or hire a lantern for the tour. This is not a ghost tour and families are welcome.
Tantalise your tastebuds with a German three course meal prior to the tour. ‘German Spoon’ restaurant is partnering with HWT to provide a delicious three course German food experience.
You will be collected from the German Spoon at 8pm by HWT guide Amanda, whose ancestors fled Prussia arriving in the Adelaide Hills and were pioneer settlers establishing the village in 1839.
Amanda will guide you to historic locations in the southern end of the village to view Germanic architecture, hear stores about the early settlers of Hahndorf and the Pioneer Women’s Walking Trail. The immigrants flee from Prussia was perilous and full of drama. Information and fun facts you won’t know without a local guide. Come enjoy and an experience with stories to match this of night and atmosphere.
This is not a ghost tour it is a family friendly tour where you will visit the old mortuary, stone masons, St Paul’s Lutheran Church and other points of intrigue.
What is to be found under the ‘ol pear tree? It’s not what you expect.
Three course meal includes:
- First course: German Pretzel with butter
- Second course: sharing feast for 2 (consist of 4 sausages- homemade chicken schnitzel, pork neck, homemade mash potato, gurkansalat and blaukraut.
-for single person – sharing plate consists of – one authentic German pork sausage, homemade chicken schnitzel, homemade mash potato, gurkansalat, blaukraut.
- Third course: Apple Strudel with cream and strawberry.
Children’s meals are available and can be ordered at the German Spoon on the night for $9.90.