The Barossa is one of the world’s greatest wine regions, renowned for its food and wine, cultural experiences and easy-going lifestyle.
Whether it’s a romantic escape you seek, an outdoor adventure or just the opportunity to relax and unwind, the Barossa serves up an assortment of holiday options.
Barossa Visitor Centre
66-68 Murray Street, Tanunda
PH: (08) 8563 0600 or 1300 852 982
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm; Saturday 9am - 4pm;
Sunday and Public Holidays 10am - 4pm;
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
For information about what to see and do, assistance with booking accommodation and tours or to learn about the history of the Barossa Region, visit the Barossa Visitor Information Centre. A Wi-Fi hot spot, they also offer free internet access, have a bike hire facility and a gift shop, for those wishing to take a part of the Barossa home.
Barossa Farmers Market
Saturday mornings – 7.30am to 11.30am
Vintners Sheds, Cnr Nuriootpa & Stockwell Roads
Come and experience Barossa’s Local Produce Market. If you are visiting, come and stock up for your holiday trip or come and enjoy a delicious breakfast whilst taking in the atmosphere as the locals do their weekly shop. Talk to producers, growers and locals alike about the hidden gems of the Barossa.
Held undercover, whether there be rain or shine, there will always be delicious, fresh local produce to try and buy.
From Chateaus to cottages to ultra modern glass buildings, with over 150 wineries in the Barossa, you’ll be sure to find a tasting room and a wine to suit your taste. Join a tour, get a group together or enjoy a couple’s getaway, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this famed wine region.
Surprise yourself and simply explore the area or plan ahead using the Barossa’s downloadable trip planner.
Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop
50 Pheasant Farm Rd, Nuriootpa SA 5355
(08) 8562 4477
Open every day 10.30am – 5pm
Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing day and New Year’s Day.
Enjoy the famed flavours of Maggie Beer’s produce at her Farm Shop. Taste all her delicious creations, and stock up on your favourites, or enjoy a picnic hamper on the grass. Plus, for the keen cook, there is a daily Verjuice demonstration at 2pm.
There are plenty of places to stay in your tent or caravan in the Barossa region. Whether you are looking to enjoy a cool night by the campfire with a bold red or take a dip in the pool on a hot summers day, there’s somewhere for everyone. Some parks even allow for pets.
Further information about each caravan park and camping ground located at the Barossa Valley can be found in our SA Parks database: