Self Guided Tours
Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail
Purchase your Butcher, Baker Winemaker Trail Voucher Book and travel the region discovering the delicious food and wine the Barossa is famous for.
Barossa Heritage Trail
More than 170 years after European settlement, visitors can still experience much of this heritage in the Barossa's many museums, historic places and natural wonders. The Barossa Heritage Trail links many of these sites and is a key to unlocking the region's heritage secrets.
Many cellar doors are housed in historic buildings, while religion was and still is an important part of the Barossa lifestyle, evidenced by the abundance of stunning churches and historic cemeteries throughout the region.
Seppeltsfield Touring Guide
Seppeltsfield Road defines a significant historic tourism precinct within the Barossa. The Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance works to promote this unique, premium, heritage part of the region and has developed a touring guide to help you make the most of your time in their special part of the Barossa...SRBA Touring Guide
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', pick up a copy of the Barossa Regional Map from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre.
Heritage Walk of Angaston
Angaston has well-preserved old buildings, huge street trees, pastoral views and a delightful shopping area. It is the centre of rich viticulture, horticulture and small-scale mining activities. The town is home to internationally recognised brands including Angas Park, Saltram and Yalumba. This tour is an opportunity to enjoy a village where the heritage and traditions are valued and respected.
Historic Walk of Bethany
Bethany was the first village established in the Barossa, settled in 1842 by 28 families who emigrated from Prussia (now Poland). It continues to be a close-knot community centred around its church, grapegrowing and winemaking. There are 22 locations of interest along a 5km return walk.
Tanunda Heritage Trail
Follow the markers on the 2.5km trail through Tanunda. Historic photos and tales of the early days of the Barossa offer a rare insight into a unique part of Australia. There are six markers in total and there are lots of opportunities to visit cafés, galleries and other shops along the journey.
More information, brochures and maps are available from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre.