Explore the Villages, Townships & Trails of the Barossa
Angaston is the ideal destination for those seeking a Barossa escape combining amazing food and wine, against the backdrop of history in an idyllic environment where you can indulge all of your senses while enjoying an active family weekend escape. With a main street that is beautifully compact, and beckons to be explored by foot Angaston is an ideal destination for those seeking a wonderful culinary experience, outdoor adventure or fun for the whole family fun.
Explore Eden Valley
There’s a special valley of grapes and gums in the Barossa, world famous for the quality of its wines - and particularly its Riesling - and renowned for the stunning landscapes around every corner. Eden Valley is beautiful, welcoming, surprising, relaxing and the perfect location for a romantic long weekend escape away together, ideally located between the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa Valley and overflowing with hidden gems awaiting discovery.
Take time out to explore, meander and breathe in the fresh country air in the Eden Valley.
If you’re dreaming of a South Australian food and wine getaway for two (with a side serving of the great outdoors) then an escape to Nuriootpa, in the heart of the Barossa, is the perfect destination. You’ll be positioned on the doorstep of intimate cellar doors, amazing Barossa produce and beautiful walking and cycling trails.
Tanunda is the perfect destination for families! While our Barossa region may be renowned around the world for our grape growing and winemaking, but there is a whole world of adventure to discover in our beautiful region for the young and young at heart. The proof is in the pudding, so come along as we show you the very best of beautiful Tanunda for families. And with less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide, there’s little time for the obligatory ‘are we there yet?’ from the back seats, before arriving at your accommodation!
Welcome to Williamstown, where a world of exploration awaits. Choose your own adventure – adrenaline-filled, thrill-a-minute, or calm and contemplative, soaking in the peace of the natural world. Our three-day, family-friendly itinerary has you covered, with all the local insider’s tips on where to go and what to do. Williamstown is the perfect destination for active, adventurous families and those who want to explore the beautiful outdoors. Let’s jump in!
World-renowned produce, majestic views, and a charming, rural village, that continues to surprise the most intrepid traveller - Greenock, Barossa is the secret destination you’ll never want to leave.
Less than an hour from Adelaide’s CBD, the charming hamlet of Greenock sits on the north-western ridge of the Barossa Valley wine region. Whilst it is easy to be fooled by its country town facade, Greenock is an exciting hive of community, discovery, and innovation, home to artisan food producers, micro-brewers, winemakers, providores, and passionate gastro-entrepreneurs.
It’s hard to capture how beautiful the southern Barossa is, until you actually lay eyes on it. The town of Lyndoch sits in its heart, amongst rolling vineyards with the Barossa ranges rising gently to the east. With panoramic vistas in every direction, and an abundance of the Barossa’s renowned food and wine experiences, Lyndoch is perfectly positioned for a romantic weekend away for two!