Welcome To The Hahndorf Community Website - 'The Hahnwiki'
HAHNDORF is a small historic town of Germanic origin located in the Adelaide Hills Region of South Australia, Australia.
PLEASE NOTE: As from 1 September 2012, the HahnWiki will no longer be maintained.
Also, As from 1 April 2015, the HahnWiki will no longer be operational being replaced by http://localwiki.org/adelaide-hills.
The contents of HahnWiki are currently being transferred from the current 'WikiSpot' system to the more user-friendly and newer 'LocalWiki' system as used by Adelaide Hills LocalWiki - this will some time, but is expected to be completed early 2014. The HahnWiki will then become part of the Adelaide Hills LocalWiki. As a result all current pages in HahnWiki will be available for reading only. In the meantime, please use http://localwiki.net/adelaide-hills/Hahndorf if you wish to edit or add any new pages concerning Hahndorf.
Some of the main contents contained within 'The Hahnwiki' are listed below. Please use 'Search' Box located at the top right of each page for other Titles or Text.
The Town of Hahndorf
People and Places
Sporting and Other Clubs
Artist and Craft Groups
Churches and Religious Organisations
Schools and Education
Other Relevant Mt Barker & District Sites
Some Pages of Possible Interest
The following represent some pages of possible interest - check them out and add to or correct the information as necessary.
Current and forcast weather conditions for Hahndorf
Mt Barker Council - North Ward Councilor/s
Need some advice from your local Councilor, then contact:
The Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre
The Adelaide Hills Accommodation & Tour Booking Service and Website is the official website for the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre, based in Hahndorf.
This website is designed to enable you to book accommodation and tours online.
The volunteers and staff at the Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre look forward to assisting with your enquiries, and await your next visit to this special part of South Australia.
Please feel free to contact us for more information and inspiration.
The Hahndorf Business and Tourism Association
The Hahndorf Business and Tourism Association (HB&T) website provides comprehensive details of all aspects of business and tourism matters related to Hahndorf including:
Hahndorf Community Volunteers
The town of Hahndorf relies heavily on the input of numerous hard working volunteers who give willingly of their time and expertise for the benefit of the community.
Hahndorf Seniors Club
This is for the more senior members of our community - no grumpy oldies here! There is too much spark around these club members to be put in that category!
The Hahndorf Seniors meet at the Hahndorf Bowling Club fortnightly on Tuesday at 11.00 am.
Hahndorf Lions Club
Dinner meetings: 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm
Further information contact Past District Governor, Bob Dewell, phone: 8388 7018
Hahndorf Lawn Bowling Club
The Hahndorf Bowling Club together with its excellent facilities is located at 45a Church Street, Hahndorf.
The club enters teams in the Hills Bowling Association pennant competitions as well as social events.
For additional details and any other information, please contact one of the following:
Community Fitness Classes
At the Hahndorf Institute (next to Post Office) - Fridays 9.15am to 10.15am.
Country Fire Service - Hahndorf
If you are interested in joining the Hahndorf CFS, please contact us or come and visit one night at training.
Siren - the Hahndorf Town Siren is sounded during the day, between 8.00am and 8.00pm, when the CFS is responding to incidents such as a house fire, car accident, grass fire, and similar incidents. Most importantly, on days of raised bushfire danger, the Siren should be one of the many alerts to the potential danger of a fire in our area.
Hahndorf Broadband for Seniors Internet Kiosk/s
A Broadband for Seniors Internet Kiosk (funded by the Australian Government) has been installed in the clubrooms of the Hahndorf Bowling Club.
The Hahndorf Allotments Database
The Hahndorf Allotments Database, prepared by Reg Butler, is available for residents and visitors alike to consult. The database represents a history of land ownership for every allotment in Hahndorf from 1839 to modern times.
Please note that as from June 2011, the computerised Allotments Database has been re-located from the Stables Restaurant to the Hahndorf Kaffeehaus at 51 Main Street, Hahndorf (opposite the Hahndorf Academy).