Explore the Barossa's premium wine, food and heritage by bike at a slower pace and discover the pleasures of cycling in the Barossa.
The Barossa’s network of shared paths, quiet country roads and rolling landscape will provide you with something new around every corner. From a flat easy cruise with the family to short punchy hills to work off lunch, the Barossa caters for all levels of fitness and experience.
Wind your way along vineyards, past historic cellar doors and through picturesque villages, where each turn reveals a new discovery and maybe your new favourite experience. In addition to the Barossa Trail of dedicated cyling paths, our region also boasts many gravel roads that journey through this heritage landscape. Together with award winning cycling infrastructure and a growing range of bike hire options, Barossa by Bike is a chance to take the path less travelled to explore the region’s delights at your own pace.
Pick up a hard copy map of the Barossa Trail from the Barossa Visitor Centre or find a digital version on the Visitor Resources page.
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people