Maps are part of the joy of travel planning, and we’ve supplied a range of maps as a reference for your Barossa trip. Our interactive map will assist you in locating accommodation, shopping, wineries and more; cycling maps will provide ideas for off road trails and on road circuits; you’ll find heritage walking maps, and self guided driving maps. Enjoy the planning…
Barossa Touring Map
The Barossa Touring Map is the perfect companion for your visit to the Barossa, and you can pick one up for free from our Visitor Information Centres. The map will be a fantastic resource throughout your visit, with its comprehensive list of wineries and cellars, restaurants, accommodations and experiences.
Barossa By Bike
There is no better way to explore the Barossa’s premium food, wine and rich heritage than by bike. Its high-quality sealed cycling and walking network extends 40 kilometres from Angaston to Gawler via the three main townships of Nuriootpa, Tanunda and Lyndoch.
Barossa Valley Floor 44 km
Flaxman Valley - Mengler HIll Route 16-50 km
Willimastown Road Routes 23 km
Kapunda-Nuriootpa 55 km
Keyneton-Angaston 38 km
Food & Wine Trails
The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker trail offers a fabulous self-drive meander through the Barossa’s food and wine producers.
Barossa Heritage Map
Driving through the Barossa is an absolute delight, with each bend in the road revealing more of the beauty of the region. Let the road lead you, or be guided by one of the many scenic driving routes which can be found here.
Barossa Walking Trails
The Barossa’s mild climate and terrain support a broad range of walking options, with kilometres of sealed walking/cycling trails and secluded pockets of bushland providing a wonderful diversity of experiences and views. The information here offers a snapshot of the walking trails available.