See & Do: Shopping & Markets

It’s not hard to see why visitors flock to the Barossa from around the world for premium food and wine, but be sure to leave time in your itinerary to explore the eclectic retail offering. Brimming with unique and soulful stores, visitors to the region are often delighted with the quality and individuality of the shopping available. Fashion, footwear, gifts, accessories, homewares, art and antiques are covered by a multitude of beautiful shops throughout the region.

If you’re looking for premium fashion, accessories, home, giftware and books, wander the streets of Tanunda where evocative stores rub shoulders, artisan products sit alongside big name brands and boutiques offer one-of-a-kind shopping experiences. Or wend your way along the main street of picturesque Angaston to experience village lifestyle, taking five peaceful minutes at the well-loved cafes to regain the sustenance needed to absorb the array of jewellery, home styling and glorious artisan foods. 

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If you’re looking for premium fashion, accessories, home, giftware and books, wander the streets of Tanunda where evocative stores rub shoulders, artisan products sit alongside big name brands and boutiques offer one-of-a-kind shopping experiences. Or wend your way along the main street of picturesque Angaston to experience village lifestyle, taking five peaceful minutes at the well-loved cafes to regain the sustenance needed to absorb the array of jewellery, home styling and glorious artisan foods.

Nuriootpa is proudly home to a one-of-a-kind Australian cooperative and offers department store shopping, with every need catered for. Concept stores for sportswear, men’s and women’s fashion, toys, electrical, hardware and home living combine with a large supermarket offering a well chosen selection of local gourmet food.

The smaller Barossa towns are also a must-do; visit speciality stores for that unique gift, artisan products and essential accessory. These are beautiful businesses with heartfelt products. Drive through the undulating landscape and ancient palm trees, meet artists and watch them hone their craft. Wonder at the talent of local artists and delight in their inspiration. Round off your food and wine experience by taking home something that will remind you of your stay and differentiate your style. The Barossa has it all.

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  • JamFactory at Seppeltsfield

    730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield

    JamFactory at Seppeltsfield provides a unique hub for craft and design in the Barossa Valley. Housed in Seppeltsfield estate’s iconic horse stables, our shop, gallery and artist studios represen...

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  • Anlaby

    829 Anlaby Road, Hamilton

    Anlaby is one of Australia's great homesteads and one of the first grand rural properties of South Australia. Settled in 1839 when a flock of 5,000 sheep were walked 1,200 km from Sydney. Anlaby ...

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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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  • Barossa Valley Cheese Company

    67b Murray Street, Angaston

    “My dream is to create something for people to share and enjoy”

    The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a labour of love for Victoria McClurg. First trained as a winemaker, Victoria s...

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  • Lyndoch Lavender Farm

    Corner Hoffnungsthal & Tweedies Gully Roads, Lyndoch

    Stroll through more than two hectares of lavender at the multi-award winning Lyndoch Lavender Farm. Touch and smell more than 70 different varieties. This is your opportunity to visit a working laven...

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  • Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

    Mount Pleasant Showgrounds, Talunga Park, Melrose Street, Mount Pleasant

    Located at the picturesque Mount Pleasant Showground, the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is only a 40 minute drive from Adelaide and nestled on the outskirts of the Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hill...

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  • Barossa Farmers Market

    740 Stockwell Road, Angaston

    Real food from the farms and homes of the Barossa. Barossa Farmers' Market is open every Saturday morning from 7.30am to 11.30am offering the best of fresh, seasonal, artisan made Barossa food. ...

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  • Gully Gardens

    175 Gawler Park Road, Angaston

    Gully Gardens is a delightful farm shop with delicious Angaston grown dried fruit, beautiful scenery and good old fashioned service, and is a must see on a visit to the Barossa. Dried fruits include...

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  • Vasse Virgin

    730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield

    Vasse Virgin is situated amongst the stunning grounds of Seppeltsfield in the beautiful Barossa Valley wine region. Experience the wonders of olive oil and its therapeutic benefits. Witness the soap m...

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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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  • Jacob's Creek

    2129 Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat

    Jacob’s Creek is the home of the Jacob’s Creek wine brand and is situated in Australia’s most famous wine region, the Barossa Valley, South Australia and is just a one hour drive fr...

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