Visit Mylor in the Adelaide Hills. The fully licenced Mylor Cafe is a nice spot to stop for meal.
Selected as the ideal spot for a town development by former Surveyor-General, Sir George Woodroffe Goyder, Mylor was established in 1891. Initially referred to as Warrakilla, the town’s name changed to Mylor after the Acting Governor’s Cornish birthplace. Interestingly, it was perhaps the only town in the Adelaide Hills not to have a pub – its largely Methodist population resisting the temptation.
There is more to discover in the Adelaide Hills.
It’s the home of boutique wineries, country markets, art galleries and charming villages. It’s also the place for romantic weekends away, cosy pub meals, scenic drives and nature walks.
Children love the Adelaide Hills’s giant rocking horse, National Motor Museum and wildlife parks.
Located only 20 minutes from Adelaide’s central business district, the Adelaide Hills provide a wonderfully refreshing change from the pace of the city.