Crush Festival 2021 | Adelaide Hills | 22 – 24 Jan 2021

Crush Festival 2021 – Adelaide Hills

Don’t miss a sensory summer weekend of stylish wines, regional produce, earthy music and art in the Adelaide Hills.

General entry to Crush is free. Purchase an official souvenir Riedel wine glass for $10 and enjoy free entry at all non-ticketed events.

To book ticketed events please head to individual winery event pages via the Crush website here.

FAMILY FRIENDLY VENUES:

With lawns to roll on and delicious lunch options, CRUSH is a fun way to enjoy summer in the Hills.

Anderson Hill | Hills Affair

Saturday & Sunday 11am – 6pm | Bookings essential

A relaxed hills affair at Anderson Hill. Soak in the hills, looking out to one of South Australia’s best views, enjoying fabulous estate grown wines, beer and food. $10pp (glass or drink).

Location: 407 Croft Road Lenswood

Barristers Block Wines | Block Bash

Saturday & Sunday 11am – 6pm | Bookings essential

Barristers Block will be hosting the ultimate “Block Bash” garden party. Games will be on offer with some sandpit cricket for the little ones. Pizzas and Mezze items will be on offer along with your favourite selection of wines. 1 Day: $25 + BF Adults | $10 + BF Children. 2 Days: $40 + BF Adults | $20 + BF Children.

Location: 141 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Woodside.

Howard Vineyard | 2nd International Rosé & Dumpling Festival

Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm | Bookings essential

The Howard Vineyard International Rosé & Dumpling Festival is back by popular demand. Live music and crowd entertainment across two stunning days in the Adelaide Hills. VIP tickets available. $15pp

Location: 53 Bald Hills Rd, Nairne

Murdoch Hill | Share – Zero Waste, Sustainable Lunch

Saturday & Sunday 11am-6pm | Bookings essential

Experience the picturesque farm surrounds with Share serving up a sustainable restaurant-quality lunch with rescued food with Very Good Deejays and Special guests playing music all day long. Enjoy craft wines, local beer. BYO Rugs, family-friendly.

Location: 260 Mappinga Rd, Oakbank 

Jericho Wines | Garden Party at the Uraidla Hotel

Sunday 11am-5pm 

Kick back on Sunday with Jericho Wines in the Uraidla Hotel garden. Wines and sangria by Jericho, cold beers by the Uraidla Brewery, with sustainable eats fresh from the market garden by Anna Kittel. Family-friendly. Lawn games. Live music. 

Location: Uraidla Hotel, 1196 Greenhill Rd, Uraidla

VISIT THE CRUSH FESTIVAL PAGE FOR MORE INFO & TO BOOK

Getting there and around

If you don’t want to drive, you can hire your own bus or be hosted by one of Crush Festival’s transport partners—there are plenty of safe and friendly options to get you happily round the Hills. 

Crush Festival has a list of transport partners on their site HERE. 

Accommodation:

There is so much happening in the Hills over the Crush weekend so why not stay a night or two there. The Adelaide Hills website has some local accommodation options.

While you’re visiting the Adelaide Hills, there’s plenty of family friendly destinations to visit.

Find the Top Things to do in the Adelaide Hills here

 

things to do in Adelaide for families


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Crush Festival website.

What  Crush Festival 2021

When   Friday 22 – Sunday 24 January 2021

Where:   Various venues in the Adelaide Hills Wine Region

Who  Everyone

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: Crush Festival event page

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