See & Do: Arts & Culture

Making fine wines and creating beautiful food are just the surface of art in the Barossa. Through the generations, the Barossa has been a rich incubator for fine music, visual arts, writing, performing arts and artisan makers.  Please search below to explore the constantly evolving program of festivals, exhibitions, touring works and hand-crafted markets.

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  • Lillefield Gallery

    Matthews Road, Eden Valley

    Lillefield Gallery is part of The Eden Valley Congregational Community Centre Incorporated (EVCCC), a not-for-profit organisation which calls the beautiful church located at Matthews Road, Eden Valley...

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  • Seppeltsfield Road Barossa Valley

    Gerald Roberts Road, Seppeltsfield

    Seppeltsfield Road is a must see destination in South Australia's famous Barossa Valley and is home to iconic cellar doors, restaurants and accommodation. Seppeltsfield Winery, founded by the S...

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  • Kapunda Heritage Trail

    51 Main Street, Thomson Building, Kapunda

    The 10 kilometre 'Kapunda Heritage Trail' meanders past the town's historic buildings, churches and remnants of previous lifestyles. Feel the rich history and character that shaped...

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  • Kapunda Community Gallery Incorporated

    Corner of Main and Brown Streets, Kapunda

    The Kapunda Community Gallery was opened in 1989. The Community Gallery hosts eight exhibitions each year, including traveling exhibitions made available by Country Arts South Australia and collection...

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  • Angaston Blacksmith Shop & Museum

    19 Murray Street, Angaston

    The Angaston Blacksmith Shop (Doddridge Forge) is a working blacksmith museum on the main street of Angaston in the Barossa. See volunteers of the Angaston and Penrice Historical Society Inc. demonstr...

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  • Barossa Arts Centre

    130 Magnolia Road, Tanunda

    The Barossa Arts Centre is a performing arts complex situated in Tanunda, South Australia; in the heart of the Barossa Valley. The Centre comprises the following venues: The Brenton Langbein Theatre,...

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  • The Taste of the Region Interpretive Centre

    51-53 Main Street, Thomson Building, Kapunda

    'The Taste Of The Region' Interpretive Centre is located in the basement of the Kapunda Visitor Information Centre, Thomson Building, Kapunda. This delightful and interesting surprise, will ...

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  • Barossa Chateau Artist in Residence

    35 Hermann Thumm Dr, Lyndoch

    At the Barossa Chateau, we love all sorts of Art. we even have our very own Artist in Residence Gallery which is available daily to visit for free. Make sure to come in and ask our lovely staff for ...

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  • Steinys Traditional Mettwurst Tasting Room - Distinctively Barossa

    18-28 Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa

    For over 38 years Steinys has been a 100% South Australian authentic family business that uses small batch artisan crafting techniques to make exceptional quality mettwurst with a distinctive flavour ...

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  • The Kidman Connection

    51 Main Street, Thomson Building, Kapunda

    The Kidman Connection is a walking or driving tour of Kapunda, highlighting places connected with Sir Sidney Kidman. ( A detailed self guided tour brochure is available from the Kapunda Visitor Info...

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  • Barossa Chateau Art and Antique Gallery

    35 Hermann Thumm Dr, Lyndoch

    The Grand Ballroom/Art Gallery is without doubt the most impressive feature, and the most breathtaking space in the estate. With mezzanine floor, and tall ceilings featuring the stunning trio of chand...

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  • Corroboree Dream Art Gallery

    97 Murray Street, Tanunda

    With 32 years' experience in the art industry, Corroboree Dream Art, formerly known as Prestige Gallery, was established in 1985. In 2007 the gallery began to focus entirely on Aboriginal art. ...

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