The Barossa is a perfect backdrop for celebrations and events, from food and wine festivals to business events, from weddings to international sporting fixtures.  Our annual calendar is full of events - why not plan your visit to the Barossa around one or two of them?

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Event Calendar

The Barossa loves to celebrate - so why not explore our events calendar below as you plan your next trip to Barossa?
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Barossa. Be Consumed. Melbourne 2018

Barossa. Be Consumed. Saturday 21 July, 2018.
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Barossa. Be Consumed. Sydney 2018

Barossa. Be Consumed. Saturday 14 July 2018
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Hosting an Event in the Barossa

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2018 Barossa Gourmet Weekend

The Barossa Gourmet Weekend is a premier annual culinary food and wine festival that provides an opportunity to showcase Barossa hospitality, premium Barossa wines and food and fantastic entertainment.
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Barossa Vintage Festival

The Barossa Vintage Festival has a longstanding history as a celebration of vintage, dating back to 1947 when the Barossa community got together to celebrate the end of grape harvest and vintage. The festival is acknowledged as the largest and longest running wine tourism event in Australia
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The Barossa Wine Chapters Auction

The inaugural Barossa Wine Chapters Auction was a highlight of the 2015 Barossa Vintage Festival. The next event will be in 2017.
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Agricultural Shows

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2018 Santos Tour Down Under

All the cycling action of the Santos Tour Down Under will return to the Barossa on Tuesday, 16 January 2018 with Stage 1 shining a light on the Southern Barossa.