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Tent On A Hill

Glamping only 10 minutes from the heart of McLaren Vale

Tent On A Hill is a uniquely Australian experience in the McLaren Vale, South Australia.

Spend the night in a plush Bell Tent, surrounded by kangaroos and gum trees, with a view over the McLaren Vale vineyards. Tent on a Hill is situated deep in wine-making country allowing guests easy access to the top tourist destinations and wineries, whilst offering privacy and isolation on top of the hill, far removed from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Tent on a Hill gives guests a chance to escape the norm and connect with nature, without having to sacrifice basic comforts. Whether it be part of a celebration, or simply a well deserved get away, Tent on a Hill will certainly give you an experience that you will never forget.

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Truly Rustic & Romantic

Set on a secluded hill top, you can light a fire in your private fire pit, watch the kangaroos hop and admire the sun set over the vale whilst sipping on a local wine.

Local Activities

There’s always something to do in McLaren Vale, South Australia

Food & Wine

  • Willunga Farmers Markets on a bright Saturday morning

  • Pizzas at Woodstock Winery on a Friday night

  • Lunch at Coriole Winery on a lazy Sunday arvo

  • Dinner at sunset at the Victory Hotel, Sellicks Hill

  • Romantic dinner for two at the Salopian Inn

  • Family gatherings at Pizzateca

  • Experience D’Arenberg Cube

  • Wine Tasting at unique wineries such as Alpha Box & Dice, Samson Tall and Samuels Gorge

  • Beer tasting at the nearby Swell Brewing Co. Taphouse & Brewery and Goodieson Brewery

Activities

  • Browsing the rustic antiques at Littlest Vintage on Main Street, McLaren Vale

  • Chilling with the kids at the skate park in Willunga

  • Play-dates at Red Poles

  • Wine Tasting at Samuels Gorge Winery

  • Bike rides on the bike path from McLaren Vale to Willunga

  • Swimming in the gentle waters of Port Willunga

  • Be indulged by the FruChoc Factory

  • Bush-walking and rock-climbing at the Onkaparinga River National Park