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The Property - Bishops Adelaide Hills

Minutes from everywhere. Hours from anywhere.

Bishops Adelaide Hills offers a choice of self-contained cottages at Basket Range, just 30 minutes from Adelaide - perfect for both weekend getaways and extended breaks.

Henrys Henry's | Henrys The Waterfalls | Henrys Willow Cottage

Enjoy the freedom, beauty and tranquility of the Bishop family's 300 acre historic property - secluded enough for the ultimate in privacy and relaxation, yet close enough to everything you need. You have the best of both worlds at Bishops.

Activities

Bishops Adelaide Hills offers the best of both worlds - a beautiful and private haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life, coupled with easy access to the best restaurants, pubs and vineyards which South Australia has to offer. more>>

Orchards

The Adelaide Hills is famous for its beautiful vineyards and orchards. Bishops Adelaide Hills through its primary production arm - Bishop Orchards - is a fully operational cherry orchard, producing over 20 different varieties of cherries each year. more>>

The Bishops' Story

The property at Bishops Adelaide Hills has been owned and operated by the Bishop family for over 135 years. The original holding of 162 acres (Section 257) was purchased from the Crown in 1871 by James Bishop - a free settler from Somerset, England - who migrated to South Australia in 1849 and took up land at Norton Summit. more>>


Henrys Henry's

Henrys The Waterfalls

Henrys Willow Cottage


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Tetratheca Homestead

Bishop's property is located in the Adelaide Hills at Basket Range, approximately 30 minutes from the centre of Adelaide.

The original property, known as Tetratheca, has been owned by the Bishop family since the holding was purchased from the Crown in 1871 by James Bishop - a free settler from Somerset, England.

Five generations on, the property is owned and run today by Douglas Alan Bishop and his son, Douglas James, as a fully operational cherry orchard, and a quiet haven for those wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life to the peace and tranquility of the countryside.

Bishops Adelaide Hills offers guests a chance to rest and recuperate in total privacy in beautifully restored, original cottages set on a 300 acre historic property.