Entering Lobethal from the Onkaparinga Valley Road, you will come face to face with the historical heart of the town - the Onkaparinga Woollen Mills.
Operating between 1870 and 1993, the legacyof the Mill is the appealing heritage buildings which now house numerous thriving enterprises.
The Lobethal Markets
The Lobethal Markets were located in building 21 of the old Onkaparinga Woollen Mills.
Unfortunately they have
See their facebook for more information.
The Lobethal Sculpture
A significant public artwork by renown Korean Sculptor, Hwang Seung -Woo created as part of the inaugral 2012 Adelaide Hills International Sculpture Symposium. The sculpture will eventually be part of a sculpture trail across the Adelaide Hills.
Wineries and Bierhaus
Simon Greenleaf Wines
Robert Johnson Vineyards
Local Winetours are available through KnH Quality
Look out for 'Penny Farthing Man' - he appeared just prior to the 2012 Tour Down Under visit to Lobethal, compliments of local business, Henstock
Lobethal Archives and Historical Museum
For the Kids:
a magical display of all your favorite storybook characters and more!
Four wheeled fun for everyone!
Gifts, quirky and original as well as individual and unusual fashion.
Recollections of Lobethal Murals.
The Murals are located on the Outer wall of the Old Woollen Mills. Depicting early scenes of the town, they were produced by the students of Lobethal Primary School from a variety of textiles.
The Blanket Collection - coming soon...
Three Mosaic Panels representing iconic blanket designs of the Onkaparinga Woollen Mills.
The 'Country Scene' Mural
Located at 53 Main Street. The building is a circa 1965 State Savings Bank building. Post Office Road runs down the side of the building and a mural by Adelaide Hills Artist Liz Hirstle adorns the corner wall.
The Motorcycle Mural
On the wall of the Amberlight Motorcycle cafe located in the Main street.