The Barossa is brimming with stories.

Stories of a love of wine, food and the moments shared with friends. 

Those that tell of our traditional custodians, 8 generations and new arrivals.

Stories of heritage, experimentation and innovation… of experiences, discoveries, soil and open skies.

The beauty is in the richness developed as they are shared. We revel in watching our Barossa stories grow and transform with every visitor and every sunset. 

So, this is our invitation to you… to find your place, in our story.

Take your time to soak in the wealth of Barossa experiences on offer, from cycling tours to ballooning and slow degustations through to music festivals, cultural events, hands-on experiences and more. The Barossa has something for everyone.

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We're home to some of the world's oldest vines. We need your help to protect them.

Please don't walk amongst our vines

Acknowledgement of Country —

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