Anlaby Station is a very special part of SA’s heritage. As one of our earlier stations, located a little north of Kapunda, it was its own small town.

Being such a long way (in those day’s terms!) from Adelaide, Anlaby needed to cater for the needs of its substantial workforce. It would have been a remarkable place to experience in its heyday.

Today Anlaby Station is being nurtured once again, with its current owners putting extensive efforts and funds into gradually restoring the property and its gardens. In 1904 there were fourteen gardeners working here!

Over time the gardens were let go, but now the rewards of a large amount of effort are there to see. It’s more than just the garden – there are stalls, displays and more to enjoy.

This trip also includes some of the delights of the Clare Valley, making a very pleasant two days away. We are travelling from the 20th to the 21st of October, so why not come along and join us! Call our friendly staff on 8374 0800 if you would like to receive details of the tour or simply click here to view the itinerary.