Towns

When you are planning your Barossa holiday it is worth thinking about what all the different towns have to offer. There's lots to be discovered across the region, so much in fact that you might need to consider staying a little longer.

Angaston

The 'crown of the Barossa' is nestled in the Barossa Ranges. There's lots to experience and taste in the main street.

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Gawler

South Australia's first country town is a gateway to the Barossa with plenty of fascinating history and architecture to explore.

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Greenock

The name hints at ‘Little Scotland' in the Barossa and the town is home to some great produce and people.

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Kapunda

Australia's first mining town has seen boom times in the past. There's museums, parks and reserves to explore and a great community atmosphere to immerse yourself in.

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Lyndoch

There's history, food, culture and great wine served up in Lyndoch... the first taste of the Barossa.

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Marananga and Seppeltsfield

Home to one of the Barossa's most iconic vistas, Seppeltsfield and Marananga combine a fascinating glimpse into the past with the very best of today's food and wine experiences.

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Nuriootpa

Internationally recognised wine labels sit along side emerging producers in Nuriootpa - the commercial centre of the Barossa.

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Tanunda

The heart of the Barossa. There's vibrant cafés, restaurants, wineries and retail outlets to explore in Tanunda. You'll need to set aside plenty of time to experience it all.

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Williamstown

The town boasts eateries and cellar doors, picnic spots and more. It is close to wineries, reservoirs, parks and forests.

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Did you know

"The area now called Angaston was first know as German Pass. It was surveyed for George Fife Angas - an english businessman involved in the settlement of South Australia - and James Smith in 1841."