By Car

Driving your own car is by far the easiest way to get around the region. However, if you'd like to learn more about the region, there are several guided tours available. 

Ask at the nearest Visitor Information Centre. 

The region offers a network of driving trails. Pick up a map from one of the Visitor Information Centres in the region. There are also several scenic drives through the region, via the Dare's Hill Driving Circuit and World's End Driving Circuit. 

By Bike

The region provides a picture book backdrop for a leisurely bike ride. In the Clare Valley wine region, take the 35 kilometre Riesling Trail and 19 kilometre Rattler Trail, linking many picturesque towns and wineries. 

In Burra and the Goyder region, take the Mawson Trail, for a photogenic tour. 

By Foot. 

If you'd rather explore the region on foot, there are a number of self-guided town and nature walks available across the region, including the Riesling, Rattler, and Heysen Trails. The Clare Valley Tourism Region is home to conservation parks such as Redbanks, Martindale Hall Conservation Park, Caroona Creek and Spring Gully, and a number of reserves, all with their own walking trails.