Welcome to Barossa

Barossa – Australia’s Wine Capital

Australia’s most famous wine region features more than 80 cellar doors, less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide. To visit the Barossa is to taste the good life. Premium wines, including Barossa Valley Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling, regional produce and acclaimed restaurants provide a gastronomic experience second to none.

Barossa Top 10

  • 1 Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail
  • 2 Blend Your Own Wine
  • 3 Maggie Beers Farm Shop
  • 4 Barossa Farmers Market
  • 5 Visit local art galleries
  • 6 Barossa Bike Trail
  • 7 Hot air ballooning
  • 8 Barossa Rose and Flower Show
  • 9 The Whispering Wall
  • 10 The Herbig Tree

Food and Wine

Rich in history and bursting with the nation’s most renowned names in wine, the Barossa region produces richly textured and generous styles, like the world-famous Shiraz. Barossan cuisine can be found around every corner and a local favourite is Hentley Farm for a unique wine and food experience! Every Saturday morning, locals turn out to source the very best from local producers at the Barossa Farmers market. Beer lovers will also find unique flavours to savour. The Barossa Brewing Company and Barossa Valley Brewing are two micro-breweries that produce fantastic local beers and offer brewery tours.


Stunning Scenery

The rolling hills of the Barossa Ranges overlook a colourful patchwork of vineyards and picture book villages, with historic churches, stone buildings and cottages to explore. Trails, reserves and the famous Seppeltsfield palm avenue make the Barossa a perfect romantic escape. The leafy hills and valleys have inspired many local artists and galleries are sprinkled throughout the region.


Homesteads and Gardens

The Barossa’s towns and villages are full of heritage charm and characters with stories to tell. Make the baroque style Chateau Barrosa your first stop. Located at Lyndoch, the chateau offers daily tastings of their unique grape nectars, syrups, and very popular grape liqueurs. The antiques museum is full of paintings, furniture and porcelain and the whole property is surrounded by a 30 acre rose garden. Follow the flocks of birds and butterflies to the Lyndoch Lavender Farm, a working farm with more than 2.5 hectares of blossoms to enjoy. Collingrove Homestead offers guest accommodation set on 14 acres of manicured gardens and paddocks.



There is a wide range of accommodation options throughout the Barossa. Stay overnight in a vineyard cottage, a luxurious five star retreat or in one of the many hotels, motels, caravan parks and camping grounds dotted throughout the region.

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The Barossa hosts events and festivals throughout the year. The Barossa Vintage Festival, Australia’s largest wine festival, is a week-long celebration of wine held every two years in April. Celebrate gourmet wine and food matched with fantastic music at the annual Barossa Gourmet Weekend. Sporting events include the Barossa Golf open, the Santos Tour Down Under cycle race and the Brauer Half Marathon. The Barossa Film Club hosts movie screenings each month and other festivals include the Barossa Jazz Weekend and Barossa Under the Stars concert.

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