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Barossa Valley: Wine, Markets and Scenery - South Australia

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Australia and New Zealand have neighbourhood vineyards aplenty with Barossa offering a perfect South Australian experience. Enjoy award winning boutique family owned wineries, farmers markets and foodie haunts.

 

BAROSSA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA – EXPERIENCES

Jacobs Creek vines, Barossa valley, South Australia @jacobscreekwine
Jacobs Creek vines, Barossa valley @jacobscreekwine
  • Internationally well known Australian wineries JACOBS CREEK & HENSCHKE are headline wineries with a plethora of award winning wineries offering superb tasting and foodie experiences.
  • Imagine going behind the scenes to explore the process of wine making with LAP AROUND THE SUN.
  • FREE WALKING TOURS in the summer peak season.
  • Wine and food matching masterclasses.

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  • Barossa is also home to Australia’s oldest and largest community-owned cooperative – The Barossa Co-Op, located in Nuriootpa. Shopping bonanza with gifts galore from clothing, homeware, local artisan products and a post office. Enjoy the ambience of a specialty cheese room.
  • MAGGIE BEER FARM SHOP & RESTAURANT. One of the original television chefs and purveyor of farm to kitchen fine foods has her original farm shop and restaurant in the Barossa. Bookings for lunch at the Eatery are essential to guarantee you a table. Please visit www.thefarmeatery.com for bookings and the menu.

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The oldest vines in Barossa valley, date back to 1843, South Australia @wineenthusiast
The oldest vines in Barossa valley, date back to 1843 @wineenthusiast

The best time to visit the Barossa, South Australia is in the shoulder visitor seasons of spring and early autumn. Autumn means harvesting. Winter is bare vines, rain yet the solitude means no crowds. Check if cellar doors are open in the winter (June to mid-September).

Winery buildings restoration at the Hillside Winery in Lyndoch, Barossa valley, South Australia @torbreckbarossa
Winery buildings restoration at the Hillside Winery in Lyndoch, Barossa valley, South Australia @torbreckbarossa

Barossa is in the enviable position of a location a mere 65 km from Adelaide’s city centre. There are over 150 wineries to pick with two farmers markets. For family and friends not enthusiastic about wineries there are balloon adventures to try out.

 

Scenic Flights, Cruises & other activities in Barossa Valley – BOOK NOW & SAVE up to 21%!

Cyclists are in for a special treat with over 40 kms of cycle trails for keen bikers. 

The Barossa Trail passes cellar doors, cafés and small settlements with galleries and crafty flags fluttering.

 

Angaston to Nuri Bike Track, Barossa Valley, South Australia @barossatrail
Angaston to Nuri Bike Track, Barossa Valley, South Australia @barossatrail

The most popular way to visit the Barossa wineries is by joining a day tour from Adelaide. Comfort and ease of transport as Adelaide Metro does not have a bus route between Adelaide and Barossa.

 

BAROSSA VALLEY LOCATION

Tanunda SA 5352, Australia

 

 

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