Barossa Valley

To Adelaide’s North–East, in the western slopes of the Barossa Ranges, lies arguably Australia’s most famous wine region.

With its rich, pioneering history dating back to the birth of the state of South Australia, Barossa occupies a unique place in the country’s evolving status as a producer of world class wine and food.

It is the home to many of the big names in Australian wine as well as many boutique wineries that reflect the character of the Region.

  • Barossa Valley

Attractions

Whispering Wall, Maggie Beers Farm Shop, Barossa Valley Cheeses, Barossa Farmers Market (Sat. mornings) Barossa Brewing, SA Company Kitchen

Wineries

With over 75 wineries with cellar doors , there is plenty of choice for both small and larger touring groups.

Larger wineries include Wolf Blass, Jacobs Creek, Penfolds, Yalumba, Chateau Tanunda, Grant Burge, Peter Lehmanns, Yaldara Estate and St Hallets.

Smaller wineries are too numerous to list but the following are highly recommended and include Kellermeister, Rockford, Charles Melton, Turkey Flat, Artisans of Barossa, Langmeil, Gibsons Wines, Willows Winery, Torbreck Wines, Tscharke Wines, Whistler Wines, Murray St. Vineyards, Kalleske, Yelland & Papps, Thorn Clarke and Hentley Farm to name a few.