As the wine capital of Australia, the Barossa region encompasses a natural romance where visitors can enjoy the world-class cuisine and the globally-awarded wines, nestled amongst leafy hills and valleys.

Explore the oldest country town in South Australia, Gawler located below the Mount Lofty Ranges. Learn where it all began, at Roseworthy where many of Australia’s best-known winemakers learned their art.

Discover the quaint rural area of Freeling and the picturesque village of Greenock. Drive along Seppeltsfield Road and discover why it is often called “Palm Avenue”. Gather at Nuriootpa which means ‘the meeting place’, and from there observe the spectacular surroundings of Truro.

Historic Angaston is a must see with some of the best food on offer in the Barossa and then go on to visit Eden Valley, known as the Garden of Grapes and Gums.

Drop in to Springton, for the taste of two very different beverages, milk and wine, or stopover at the bustling country town of Mount Pleasant.

Charming Williamstown offers a distinct historical experience, whilst Lyndoch was the site of the first flour mill north of Adelaide.

Relax in the small town of Rowland Flat, encounter the tiny village of Bethany, and on the other side of the valley enjoy the modern facilities at Tanunda.

For fine wine, delectable food and a relaxing historic holiday, discover Barossa.

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Picture Top: Lessons In Grape Picking. Credit: Milton Wordley; SATC

Picture Below: Children With Flowers. Credit: Adam Bruzzone; SATC