Places to Visit

Don’t be fooled, the Barossa isn’t just about world class wines. It’s food, history and culture makes it worth more than a day trip. There are awarded restaurants of every type and a variety of great cafés and interesting pubs. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed and, in general, the prices are lower than those of many other great Australian wine regions.

“There can be little doubt that if Australia has a regional wine story that has resonance around the world then it is The Barossa. Comprised as it is of Barossa Valley and its elevated, beautiful high country, Eden Valley.

But The Barossa is more than just a wine region, it is also a vital culture of generational fine wine endeavour, pioneering European influence, gastronomic excellence and strong community spirit. Above all, it is pride in a local sense of purpose and belonging”.

– Excerpt from the Barossa Chapters.

  • Barossa Farmers Market

    The Barossa Farmers Market, held on Saturday mornings, has long proven to be where Barossans choose to shop for their local produced produce. and catch up over a coffee!

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  • Vino LokalTanunda, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaPhoto: John Krüger

    Vino Lokal

    A terrific co-operative cellar door/wine bar in Tanunda's main street. Created by a mix of wisehead and young turk winemakers who have also included a relaxed dining experience to boot.

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  • Hentley Farm

    Hentley Farm

    Hentley Farm is a single-estate, boutique winery and dining experience.

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  • Charles Melton Winery at sunset

    Charles Melton Wines

    Since the first vintage of Charles Melton Wines in 1984, this small Barossa Valley winery has ga

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  • Yalumba

    Australia's oldest family owned winery. The home of many of Australia's greatest wine icons.

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  • Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

    The Barossa's highest peak and home to it's best loved wildlife sanctuary.

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  • Seppeltsfield Wines


    More than a winery but an important part of Barossa history, transformed in the 21st century.

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  • Vasse Virgin

    Originally from the Vasse region of Western Australia, Vasse Virgin is situated among the grounds of Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley wine region. Witness a range of handmade skincare being created on-site using natural ingredients and traditional techniques, and try […]

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