At the ‘southern gateway’ of the Barossa, Williamstown offers a welcome for visitors wanting to enjoy a distinctive Barossa historical experience.
The town originally functioned as a service centre for
the already well-established pastoral and timber community of the famed Mount
Crawford district. Located close to wineries, the Barossa reservoirs,
conservation parks, Mount Crawford forest and the Barossa Goldfields,
Williamstown offers plenty to see and do, including cycling, walking and
This town is also home to the biggest mural in the Barossa, depicting aspects of life at Williamstown and surrounding areas since the earliest days of South Australian settlement.
Williamstown in a vibrant small town, with excellent cafes and bakeries (try the vanilla slice!) a beautiful antique store which also offers a range of imported furniture and hiddem gems like the Knit and Natter sessions at TeAro Estate wines. Grab a bite to eat at the bakery, or have a picnic/barbecue with your family at Colonist Corner or the Victoria Creek Reserve. Williamstown is also home to some fabulous wineries, so take your time and enjoy.