Barossa Self-guided Driving Tours
Barossa Heritage Trail
More than 170 years after European settlement, visitors can still experience much of our region's unique cultural heritage in the Barossa's many museums, historic buildings and culturally significant places. Peel back the layers of time and explore the hidden treasures of the Barossa.
The Barossa Heritage Trail links many of these sites and is a key to unlocking the region's heritage secrets.
To start, please contact the Barossa Visitor Centre.
Barossa Valley Cheese Company Cheese and Wine Trail
Your trail begins with the collection of a cheese hamper from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company in Angaston. You can then roam the beautiful Barossa, discovering a new taste experience at each winery, pairing a cheese to a wine at each stop. You can follow the trail or go your own way!
Priced at $50, your pack includes everything you need to get started including bespoke cooler bag, cheese knife, small barrel cheese board, guided map, a 125g BVCC Barossa Camembert, a 125g BVCC Barossa Washrind, 200g BVCC Vache Curd, a 125g piece of Alexandrina Cheddar and a roll of BVCC crispbreads. Bookings aren't essential although pre-ordering large quantities are appreciated.
Barossa Valley Cheese Company
67b Murray Street
(08) 8564 3636
The Epicurean Way: Australia's great food and wine touring route.
The Epicurean Way seamlessly links together the four iconic wine regions of McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Barossa and Clare Valley in a journey not available anywhere else in Australia. Sumptuous local produce and a superb array of wines, set against a backdrop of spectacular scenery, all come together as you discover the Epicurean Way.
This four day food and wine drive is perfect for those who travel for their taste buds.
Barossa Scenic Drive
Wind your way through Bethany, Angaston, Nuriootpa, Greenock, Seppeltsfield, Marananga and Tanunda on this 57km, well-signposted route. Look for the brown and white road signs marked with ‘4.
More information, brochures and maps are available from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre.
Seppeltsfield Touring Guide
Seppeltsfield Road defines a significant historic tourism precinct within the Barossa. The Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance works to promote this unique region and has developed a touring guide to help you make the most of your time in their special part of the Barossa. To download the Seppeltsfield Road Touring Guide, please click here.