Seppeltsfield Road is a must see destination in South Australia’s famous Barossa Valley and is home to iconic cellar doors, restaurants and accommodation.
Seppeltsfield Winery, founded by the Seppelt family in the early 1850s, has undergone an inspiring transformation in the last 10 years and is now home to not only the 100 year old Para Tawny, but also Fino restaurant and the Jam Factory with artisans in residence.
The 10 kilometres of Seppeltsfield Road boasts some of the Barossa’s most famous wineries and gourmet destinations such as Appellation and Hentley Farm restaurants and Maggie Beer’s Farmshop.
Often identified by its distinctive palm trees, Seppeltsfield Road is located in the western Barossa, only 60 minutes from the Adelaide central business district via a two lane highway.
No trip to the Barossa Valley is complete without visiting, staying or dining in our historic and hospitable precinct. The warmth and welcoming smiles of the people who live and work in this region makes the visitor experience exceptional - there is a sense of being privileged and proud to be able to promote and share the food, wine, culture, heritage and hospitality of the Barossa.
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people