Munno Para is a residential neighbourhood located north of the Adelaide CBD. It’s an ideal base to tour nearby winemaking regions like One Tree Hill and the Barossa Valley, visit local history museums and sightsee in Adelaide’s city centre.
Things to do in Munno Para
Munno Para is a gateway to the acclaimed One Tree Hill winemaking region. Spend the day visiting boutique vineyards and sampling wines known for their unique regional character. A handful of wineries boast on-site restaurants where you can enjoy fine wine and sweeping vineyard views. Head a little further inland and you’ll reach the Barossa Valley, one of the most iconic winemaking regions in Australia.
There are great local history museums within easy reach of Munno Para. Step back in time and experience life in 19th-century Australia at the Uleybury School Museum. Bowden's Cottage was built by a family hoping to find riches on the Barossa Goldfields. It’s been reimagined as a museum with exhibits on the region’s gold mining heritage.
Whether you drive or ride the bus, Munno Para is an excellent base for sightseeing in Adelaide’s city centre. Admire beautiful historic churches, dine at trendy restaurants and sip cocktails and craft beer at hip bars and microbreweries. Spend the day basking in the sunshine in the lively beachside neighbourhood of Glenelg. In bustling Port Adelaide, you’ll find beautiful heritage buildings and the fascinating South Australian Maritime Museum.
Getting around Munno Para
Munno Para is easy to get around on foot, by car or using local buses. The neighbourhood is a 30-minute drive from the Adelaide CBD and Barossa Valley. Local buses run between Munno Para and Adelaide’s city centre in around 1.5 hours. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore the city and visit surrounding sights and attractions at your own pace. Adelaide Airport is a 40-minute drive away.