Barossa Valley

Barossa is now home to a thriving wine community with world renowned brands, boutique wine companies and artisan winemakers. An old world wine region in the new world, it is the perfect destination for award winning gastronomic experiences and breathtaking landscape.

The region includes Barossa Valley and Eden Valley and is home to some of the oldest Shiraz vines in existence, along with many other wonderful varietals. Create your ultimate Barossa itinerary with more than 75 award winning cellar doors.

Barossa Valley
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Fun Fact: The Barossa Valley takes its name from the Barossa Ranges, which were named by Colonel William Light in 1837.

Food and wine aside, Barossa offers plenty of other activities to relax and enjoy it all. Throughout the year, there is a jam-packed calendar of festivals, celebrations, gourmet extravaganzas and community events, and each one is an opportunity to enjoy the best the region has to offer.

Distinctive museums provide entertainment for the whole family, as do Mohair and alpaca farms, a lavender farm, performing sheep dogs, music and performing arts theatre, parks, golf, bowling, ballooning and more.

Accommodations range from serious five-star indulgence, restored cottages or farm houses, stately homes, traditional hosted bed and breakfasts, contemporary motels, and fantastic camping, cabin and caravan sites, all in a peaceful rural setting where each season accentuates the beauty of the vineyards and the undulating hills.