Barossa, South Australia
Style: Gourmet Getaway
We don’t know what Barossa puts in their soil but whatever it is, we want some. Everything the lovely folk of Barossa touches seems to turn to gold. Whether it’s wineries, restaurants, cafes or fresh produce, anything created locally is bound to be amazing.
It isn’t just the flavoursome products that have people talking. Great for a romantic getaway, you can take your partner by the hand and whisk them away on your own self-guided tour of Barossa’s natural wonders.
Practice makes perfect and Barossa has spent over 172 years with wine as their lifeline. Over 150 wineries and cellar doors are waiting to be savoured. Visit the vineyards passed down by generations and taste the sweet result of the local’s efforts.
One visit and you’ll be hooked…
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Visit the Barossa Farmers Market held every Saturday morning in the old Vintners Sheds outside Angaston. These markets showcase the freshest local produce including exquisite smoked meats, artisan cheeses and craft beer.
Shakespeare in the Vines (Jan), Tanunda Show (Mar), Barossa Air Show (Apr), Barossa Gourmet Weekend (Sep) Gawler Jazz Festival (Nov.
Barossa is an ever-growing hub for amazing food, wine and culture. It is a quick flight or drive and you will find it hard to leave.
Air: Barossa is an hour’s drive north east of Adelaide airport.
Bus: Coaches are available to transport you to Barossa from Adelaide.
Car: There are plenty of hire cars available for you to navigate your own adventure. Remember, built up areas in Barossa is 50km per hour.
Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
Time Zone: ACST UTC+9.5
Phone: Country Code +61 Area Code: 08