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Wake up to beautiful birdsong at Gumtree Cottage!
SUPERHOST
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Wake up to beautiful birdsong at Gumtree Cottage!Close to nature, Gumtree Cottage is a rustic self-contained cottage in the beautiful leafy Adelaide foothills, a prime location within easy reach of the city, beaches, hills, national park and wineries. Our hope is that you will feel comfortable and accommodated, able to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of this area. We are located at the end of a quiet, no-through street. When you arrive, you'll find most things you'll need coffee, milk etc plus other information on how to maximise your stay.

Bandicoot Springs
SUPERHOST
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Bandicoot SpringsGet back to nature only 25 minutes from the Adelaide CBD! Be surrounded by native flora & fauna in your own fully functional tiny house. Set on the edge of a natural spring that runs into the Sturt River, this is the ideal spot for all nature lovers or those looking for that extra comfort from traditional camping.

Earthship Ironbank BnB
Earth house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Earthship Ironbank BnBThis is an off-grid, self-sufficient, self contained, Earthship studio apartment in the semi-rural Adelaide Hills, 45min drive from the CBD. Guests will experience a unique stay with a tiny eco-footprint. Close to Adelaide Hills wineries, golf course, bush-walks and other tourist attractions. The Freney family live next door in a passive solar strawbale home - close by if you need advice on sailing the "ship". A place where you can experience the future of sustainable housing!

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Popular amenities for Coromandel East holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in Coromandel East

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Hawthorndene
Quiet Adelaide Foothills Area
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Blackwood
Blackwood Cottage
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Bellevue Heights
Bellevue Heights "Chillax" - Flinders Med & Uni
SUPERHOST
  1. Campervan/Motorhome
  2. Upper Sturt
Cosy Cabin Nestled Deep in the Sturt Valley
SUPERHOST
  1. Farm stay
  2. Upper Sturt
Kingfisher Creek, Adelaide Hills
SUPERHOST
  1. Farm stay
  2. Ironbank
Curlew Hill Sanctuary
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Hawthorndene
Adelaide Hills Home away from Home
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Upper Sturt
Dogabout Days in the Hills - Ultra dog friendly
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Upper Sturt
Stringy Bark Studio
PLUS
  1. Entire townhouse
  2. Bellevue Heights
Luxury Apartment in Native Bushland Setting
SUPERHOST
  1. Dome house
  2. Ironbank
Kookaburra Ridge
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Eden Hills
Wilpena Garden Cottage - entire 2 bedroom home

Top-rated things to do in Coromandel East

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  • Cultural Caper Walking Tour
    On this walk we will see the imposing Parliament House, the oldest continually used Government House in Australia, and iconic memorials dedicated both to war and some of our noted citizens and influencers. This cultural tour also takes in the State Library, the old Destitute Asylum, the old Police Barracks, the Art Gallery of SA and the University of Adelaide and encapsulates the very best that the city has to offer. We start at Parliament House, which took 50 years to build before moving onto our first War Memorial erected in 1904 and the adjacent imposing Government House. A walk along North Terrace takes us past Prince Henry Gardens peppered with memorials dedicated to noted South Australians as well as an important early explorer, Matthew Flinders. The striking heritage architecture in Adelaide is notable, making a great contrast with the more contemporary modern buildings. Some of the older heritage style buildings date right back to the 1860's and have been well preserved for our viewing. We then pass by the iconic main War Memorial dedicated initially to the Great War and then visit the beautiful State Library of South Australia with its 1880's historic Mortlock Wing. A little visited area in behind North Terrace is the old Destitute Asylum and the old Mounted Police Barracks, which provoke many stories relating to crime, degradation and the human struggle to survive. Other things to note Easy paced 90 minute to 2 hour walking tours with the experience of a local guide. Starting and finishing points within reach of transport and cafes, shops etc. Wear comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather conditions as well as good walking shoes. Hats for warm days as well as water.
    From Price:£16/person
  • Adventure-Wildlife-Rugged Coast-Scenic
    A wonderful day 8hr day out: Pick up/ Drop off to your Door. Visit the best places the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer, where ancient forests meet 'The great Southern Ocean'. The adventure begins at the water's edge of the spectacular Sellicks Beach where the Mount Lofty Ranges meet the sea. Spectacular scenery; steep cliffs giving way to beautiful sandy beaches. Both seals & Dolphins can be spotted feeding here. Onto Second valley, South Australia's most photographed locations; stunning coastline views, & crystal-clear waters. Continue thru off-road tracks into Deep Creek Conservation Park and the stunning stringybark forest, home to an array of native wildlife such as Western Grey Kangaroos, Echidnas & 100's of species of birds. Here it's all about the wildlife, brilliant photo opportunities. Drive-up onto ridge tops that look out across the great Southern Ocean with views of Pages Islands, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse thru to Kangaroo Island. It's the world’s most scenic coastline & the landscape is breath-taking. Onto Port Elliot to see the majestic passing whales (April-Nov). Port Elliot is a charming historic town 1845. Here we can lunch at The Flying Fish Café on the water’s edge or you may choose one of the great local bakeries *Lunch Not Included In Price. Message me if the date you want is not available.
    From Price:£127/person
  • up! to the Adelaide Hills Wineries
    Come with me in my VW up! to the Adelaide Hills Wineries. I’ll pick you up in the Adelaide CBD, from where the picturesque Adelaide Hills wine region is only a 20 minute drive east of the city. There are over 50 cellar doors in the region, from larger, well established wineries to small artisanal wineries. Depending on which day you book (some wineries don’t open every day) we will visit 3 or 4 of these top rating cellar doors: Ashton Hills Vineyard, Bird in Hand* (currently closed - undergoing major renovations), Hahndorf Hill Winery, Murdoch Hill, Petaluma, Shaw & Smith, Sidewood Estate*, Tapanappa, The Lane Vineyard*. We have a few lunch options: you could bring a picnic (I’ll bring the rug!), or, if you’re happy to spend a little extra, you could try out the platters which are available at most of the cellar doors (best option, to keep wine tasting!). Some of the wineries (marked*) also have restaurants – I can book for lunch if you let me know well enough in advance. ... And don't forget the acclaimed 'ChocoVino' tasting! Other things to note Some wineries charge tasting fees for their ‘wine flights’. Most wineries have light meals or platters available for purchase, and some have restaurants at their cellar doors.
    From Price:£101/person
  • Be an Adelaide local: intimate walk
    This is a small-group walk where you will gain more than just facts about monuments, going to intimate locations around the northern half of Adelaide's CBD. It's a mix of key monuments and little-frequented spots, all with great stories. You'll have a local understanding of how Adelaide became the city it is today, and how it’s still evolving! Other things to note I walk in rain, hail or shine - but will cancel 24 hours prior if the temperature forecast is 44 degrees Celsius or higher.
    From Price:£30/person
  • Central Market A-List and Beyond Tour
    My 45 Minute Market orientation tour is a walk through the 80 stalls of the indoor Adelaide Central Market, giving you my shortcut 'A' list to the Central Market and beyond. My tour takes you on a Central Market Snapshot gourmet experience, visiting my favourite stalls to try delicious tastings that represent the best foods grown and produced in South Australia. The Market is a multicultural culinary hotspot that takes years to learn properly, so if time is short and you are planning to cook a meal or just find some delicious appetisers, gifts or eat me now treats, this is the tour for you. From artisan cheeses, quirky Australian native foods, smallgoods, fresh seasonal fruits, nuts, and dairy - there really is something for everything, our tastings change every day based on what is in season. For fellow foodies with special dietary requirements, we've got you covered. It is a great shopping opportunity to learn from a local, and I will give you my tips on new and famous restaurants to visit, trendy bars and fun things to do round town. Shop where the chefs shop, and fastback yourself to become a local! Other things to note The Central Market is an indoor foodies heaven. Tours are accessible for everyone and we can cater for dietary requirements -please let us know on booking so that your experience is great.
    From Price:£35/person

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