A Thousand Reasons
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This timeless village charms all who visit with its picturesque streets, enviable lifestyle and spirited community. Nestled in Adelaide’s clean and green hinterland just minutes from the city, Stirling invites you to celebrate every glorious season. We’ve gathered everything you need to know about Stirling. Whether you’re interested in its history, plan to shop, eat or explore the village and its lush surrounds, or plan for a big event, you’ll find it here. A visit to Stirling unlocks the true essence of the Adelaide Hills. It couldn't be more different from your normal routine. Come and join us!
Over the years Stirling’s food scene has flourished, growing into a haven for the hungry. Each restaurant is different, unique and individual. From homely comforts to edgy, modern cuisine, there’s something for every taste.
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Stirling’s independent retailers are what makes shopping in Stirling truly special, with many unique shops offering beautiful items that simply can’t be found elsewhere. From jewellery, clothes and accessories, to toys, books, designer homewares and collectable art, you’re bound to find that special something in one of Stirling’s individual establishments.
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Let Stirling become your base to discover more of the charm, beauty, flavour and history of Stirling and the Adelaide Hills.
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Stirling invites participation – rich in history, glorious in the colours of all four seasons and filled with true characters. Universally central to all that the Adelaide Hills offer – it’s Stirling where the best of the Adelaide Hills comes together.
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Get ready for a fresh burst of colour at our monthly market Sundays. Follow your feet through the lanes and side-streets to discover artists and entertainers mingled between our local traders and pop-up stalls.
The Stirling community and our visitors are well served by over 150 members of the Stirling Business Association.
Here you'll find people who understand their community and welcome newcomers, a refreshing break from the cookie-cutter sameness of many shopping precincts.
Every approach to Stirling is visually superb. Just minutes from the city, it’s a simple commute and a must-see for anyone setting out on a day-trip adventure in the Adelaide Hills. It’s become an ideal place to visit, as families enjoy the pleasures of a scenic drive.
Take the region’s many scenic routes and you’ll find sensational views at every turn. Travelling by bus, taxi or private car, Stirling can be quickly and effortlessly reached in less than 10 minutes on the South Eastern Freeway.
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Fringe hits the Stirling and Lobethal in April with a world class line up of music, cabaret, theatre, family entertainment, circus and comedy.
There’s something for everybody, so head for the Hills for your fill of fun, happening across ten days at two of your favourite Adelaide Hills towns.
Opening Night 15 April, 6pm, Stirling Library Lawns
Held on the same day as the Stirling Market between September - December and February - May, Stirling Laneways is more than a market.
Each event presents a diverse program of street performance in addition to the stalls that pop up in the town’s nooks and lanes. Bubble blowers, fire breathers, stilt walkers, dancers, solo musicians and bands bring a kaleidoscope of colour, movement and music. It’s always changing, always new and fresh, with an unforgettable ambience.
The Stirling Market, on every fourth Sunday of each month (10am - 4pm), is regarded as one of South Australia’s most popular street markets. With 80 stalls of local and artisan producers that make, bake, and grow, it’s become a fixture under the oak trees of Druid Avenue.
Download our FREE app to assist you on your path to discovering Stirling. The Stirling - Paths to Discovery app is a mobile guide to places of interest within walking distance of the Stirling main street.
Nature lovers can venture to Woorabinda Bushland Reserve, listed by Jetstar as one of the Top 5 free things to do in Adelaide.
History buffs can take a stroll through the village soaking up heritage and hidden treasures along the way.
With easy to follow, self-guided tours complete with GPS-enabled route maps, the app is your ideal companion for discovering Stirling on foot.
Simply download the FREE app from the Apple app store or the Google Playstore and start walking!
This initiative was supported by the Government of South Australia.
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