Barossa. Be Curious Itineraries

Venture beyond the vineyards to explore the heart of Barossa and uncover the unexpected; let curiosity be your compass.

El Estanco
Vino Lokal

Jake & Courtney

One Night Stay - Chasing Adventure & Sunsets

Pack your fave holiday tote and head up to the Barossa after work, it’s less than an hour from Adelaide city! 

Recharge in your gorgeous off-grid eco-friendly pavilion style tent at CANVS. Dinner under the stars and a fireside soak in the tub surrounded by nature will have you wishing this sweet place was yours.  

Next day:  Wander the high street and get to know the neighbourhood, take your coffee at the cutest little neighbourhood bistro Vino Lokal (try their ‘morning buns’) before you wander the shops and wine bars.   

Bring colour to your day with an irresistible El Estanco spread of delicious South American flavours and tasty cocktails alongside Latin tunes and funky vibes.  

When did your last drink in a view? David Franz is the place to be, not just for the rolling hills and great hospitality, the vibe here is lit. Unconventional wines, refreshing cider, gin and a whole lot of personality mean you’ll never want to leave. 

Hot tip: Don’t forget to pack your favourite skincare essentials for that glowing wine weekend selfie! 

Alex & Sam

Two Night Stay - Artsy & Aesthetic

Arrival night is about arrival night, and rolling up to Le Mas petite hotel will have you exhaling with its understated charm. This gorgeous French farmhouse combines contemporary design with effortless French hospitality. Enjoy fine linens, beautifully made pastries and darling views, this is your luxurious Barossa base.  

Next day: Embrace your adventurous creative at dedicated art gallery and cellar door - Wonderground Barossa. Their art workshops offer a brave, immersive space where art and wine intersect. Try the charcoal class.  

Feel part of the family as you learn to make pasta from scratch at the wonderfully warm & intimate Casa Carboni. Sit down to your beautifully made lunch with a bottle of wine from their specially selected favourite drops, and yes, you’ll get the ‘good’ stemware.  

Day two: Get your hands on Sunshine Barossa’s beautiful leather to wear, use and love. This studio and workshop shares the beauty of workmanship and dedication to a craft. You’ll find a piece to take home with you that will last for all your days.  

When did you last enjoy some genuine down time? There’s just something about an underground cellar that speaks to the romance of wine and getting down low at Tscharke is especially ethereal. Go for the wine and stay for the tunes as your tasting experience has its own soundtrack, no not kidding.  

Hot tip: Bring your activewear, you’ll wanna get bendy on the Le Mas lawns!  

Wonderground Art Gallery and Cellar Door
Le Mas Barossa
Fleur Social

Britney, Jasmine & Olivia

One day - Eco-Conscious Exploration

Boost your morning with coffee of the gods or house-made tap kombucha from Fleur Social, and if that’s not enough the gorgeous bunches of flowers will pop a little joy in your step. Tasty bagels, cookies and community feel is here in abundance.  

On foot, head down the street to a tiny pottery studio, where you can create and experience the mind-body clay play. At Goldie and the Earth it's all about slowing down, this pace is sure to suit your creative heart.  

Where will your curiosity lead you? An easy 20 minute cruise will get you to Anlaby overflowing with country charm, and far from the bustle and worries of the outside world. It’s a great place for a laid-back picnic and wander with the horses and sheep, or a cheeky snooze under a tree in their abundant gardens.   

Hot tip: Bring some portable wine glasses for impromptu picnics because hey, you never know when a wine bottle needs to be shared! 


Acknowledgement of Country —

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