Reminiscent of a small, British village, St. George’s downtown core offers antiques, coffee shops and one-of-a-kind collectibles.
Traditional English fare is available at the local pub or an authentic tearoom. Several other local eateries provide a selection of great food that consistently pleases the palate of those that dine in the quaint, picturesque downtown.
Visit the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, the birthplace of the co-founder of the Women’s Institute Movement.
Some of today’s most revered studio & craft artists call St. George home.
St. George Applefest is held annually the 3rd weekend of September and turns the entire town into a magical place for all things apple! With fall breezes, bright colours, unique craft vendors and the smell of apple floating in the clean, crisp autumn air, it is no wonder almost 30, 000 people meet at Applefest each year to take in the vendors, music and sights.
With the quaint, unique setting along the streets of St. George filming crews are constantly looking to this community to capture that early 20 th century period.