Inclusive Tourism

Barossa should be enjoyed by all. Below is information to assist those with mobility issues who are planning on visiting our beautiful region.

The Louise, Marananga
 

Accommodation

Novotel Barossa

Modern accommodation overlooking vines of Jacob's Creek and the Barossa Valley Ranges. The Novotel offers ground floor studio and apartments featuring spacious rooms and accessible toilets with showers including grab rails. Accessible parks located close to the reception entrance.

The Louise
Luxury accommodation ideally located on the iconic Seppeltsfield Road. The Louise offers 2 x accessible carparks located close to the paved pathway towards the reception, Appellation and three75 bar + kitchen.

Suite #23 features a carpark right next to the rear of the accommodation for easier access. There are 2 bathrooms, one with a wheelchair-accessible toilet and shower with grab rails. This spacious suite provides plenty of room to move all on ground level.

Appellation and three75 bar + kitchen are fantastic dining options located onsite, all on ground level to ensure easy access for wheelchair users.

Vine Inn & Vine Court Motel

Centrally located in Nuriootpa, Vine Inn & Vine Court each hold one accessible ground floor room complete with toilet and showers with grab rails.

Lambert Estate, Angaston
 

Cellar Doors, Distillieries & Breweries

Chateau Tanunda

This magnificent historic cellar door is located in Tanunda. One accessible park located in the bottom carpark. Please note there is some uneven cobble to travel over to reach the cellar door from the carpark. A small rubber access ramp leads you to the cellar door, although there is still a slight step to be noted as you enter the building, this may require some assistance. Everything on the ground floor is accessible, including the impressive barrel hall. Accessible toilets also available.

David Franz Wines

Unique cellar door encompassing the essence of Barossa hospitality.
2 x accessible parks located close to the cellar door. There is a section of compacted gravel to travel over before reaching the cellar door. Flat concrete surface all throughout the cellar door and onto the back verandah overlooking stunning vineyard views.

First Drop Wines

Cellar door and tapas bar with a passion for life, fun and flavour. Accessible carparks available. Entrance into the cellar door is accessible to wheelchair users. Entrance to tapas bar is restricted by set of steps. Charming outdoor dining area can be enjoyed by all including those with mobility issues.

Lambert Estate Wines

Accessible parking is available. Even surface all the way from the carpark to the entrance, please note the manual door which is usually closed, assistance may be required. Cellar door and dining is all located on the first floor. There is an elevator to the right of the staircase as you first enter. Accessible toilets are also available.

Seppeltsfield Road Distillers

Award-winning local distillery in picturesque Marananga. Follow the carpark around and all the way to the top where you will find one accessible park. Entrance through the back which is close to the accessible carpark. All offerings are on the level on which you enter including one accessible toilet.

Para Wirra Conserevation Park
 

Attractions

Barossa Bushgardens

A beautiful natural setting to spend your time exploring. Most parts of the gardens are wheelchair and bike accessible. Picnic table with benches also includes a space for wheelchair users to join in at the table. For people who might have difficulty taking longer strolls, a wheelchair and walker are available at the Community Centre during opening hours.

Barossa Cheese Company

Located on the main street of Angaston, the Barossa Cheese Company's entrance is accessible straight off of the footpath. No steps leading in and indoors is all even surface. It is a small shop but there are tables outside if you would like to linger and enjoy of one of their fantastic cheese tasting experiences. Closest parking with accessible park is located down the road at the rose repository. Closest toilets including an accessible one is located straight across the road next to the playground.

Barossa Visitor Centre

This heritage building is located on the main street of Tanunda. Access from the main street is limited to a step but signage on the front door will direct you around the building to an automatic door entrance. The spacious visitor centre offers a ramp to the merchandise section with grab rails along with a ramp leadng down to the adjoined Tanunda Library. Height adjustable concierge pods ensure staff can deliver customer service to wheelchair users at a comfortable level. The Barossa Visitor Centre also produces printed copies of their fact sheet series available to all visitors. This includes the Inclusive Tourism Fact Sheet which includes the information featured on this page.

Para Wirra Conservation Park

Lake Discovery Loop, a 1 km-long trail that loops around the lake and is accessible to wheelchairs and prams. The trail itself is well-signposted and is made of hard, packed gravel, with a few slight rises that may require some assistance.

Provenance Barossa

The home of wine | gin | beer | coffee | local smallgoods | pizza | platters | tapas | experiences.

2 x accessible carparks. Ember Pizza can be accessed via a side entrance. Barossa Distilling Company is accessible through their main entrance. Penfolds and Barossa Coffee Roasters are both on level ground and easily accessible. Stein's Taphouse has a ramp leading up to the entrance with a slight step as you enter the building. The accessible toilets for all businesses in this complex are located close to Penfolds/Barossa Coffee Roasters

For more information, click here.

El Estanco, Greenock
 

Eateries

El Estanco

This local South American eatery has an accessible park available in the carpark which is located next to the building. The carpark is gravel but it is a short distance to the side entrance straight from the carpark. No steps to get indoors from this entrance. Alternative parking on the street, no step to get up on the street. Avoid the front entrance as there is a step, instead the side entrance next to the capark is wheelchair friendly. The beautiful outdoor dining area is also accessible. If you book ahead, the staff will ensure there is enough space at the table for a wheelchair. Travel across paving to get to the toilets including an accessible toilet. These are located further away from the main building.

Harvest Kitchen

Popular scenic restaurant located at Calabria Family Wines offers an accessible carpark, please note carpark is gravel. Entrance by the door closest to the road to avoid steps. Even surface throughout the building including out onto the deck to enjoy a dining experience overlooking gorgeous vineyards. Accessible toilet located inside the restaurant.

Vino Lokal

Contemporary wine bar and restaurant is located right in the heart of Tanunda. Accessible entrance via ramp on the left-hand side of the building. Closest parking available is street parking. Accessible toilets with grab rails are located inside, to the rear of the building.

More Resources

Barossa Visitor Centre

To speak to a local about your upcoming Barossa experience, please contact the Barossa Visitor centre by calling 1300 852 982 or emailing visitorcentre@barossa.sa.gov.au. The team are here to help!

Barossa Valley Taxis

Locally owned and operated taxi service with a selection of wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Call 0411 150 850 to book a taxi.

Mobility SA

Specialises in supplying excellent mobility aids including wheelchairs, scooters, walking frames and canes.

The Rex

24/7 accessible Changing Places bathroom which includes an adult size change table, ceiling hoist, peninsula toilet, privacy screen and additional circulation space to suitably meet the needs of people living with high support needs or complex disabilities, their families and carers.

*The above information has been compiled as part of the Barossa Young Ambassador Program 2021. This is intended to be a guide only.

Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people