Suggested Itineraries

There are so many options for your visit to the Barossa – immerse yourself in amazing food and wine experiences, explore the idyllic countryside along our many cycling and walking trails, search for treasures in eclectic shops or simply savour a coffee and watch the world go by. Where to begin? Here are some itineraries to inspire you!

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My Barossa Day #23 - Burgers, Markets, Cheese and an avenue of palms

My ideal Barossa day is more like my ideal Barossa weekend, kicking off on a Friday night!
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My Barossa Day #22 - Exploring nature in our incredible backyard

My ideal Barossa day starts early on a Saturday at the Barossa Farmers Market, followed by long walks and hikes through the Barossa ranges taking in the glorious views of the Barossa.
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My Barossa Day #21 - Discover Marananga village - five cellar doors, one gin distillery and inspired regional dining all within an easy walk!

A walking tour of Marananga village exploring five cellar doors, one gin distiller and inspired regional dining.
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My Barossa Day #20 - Lazy Saturdays made for entertaining

We moved to the Barossa 20 years ago from Adelaide with our two boys and feel proud to call the Barossa home. We love sharing the Barossa with our friends and family when they visit for the day.
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My Barossa Day #19 - Dreaming and imagining past journeys

We're imagining and dreaming of those past journeys. The places we visit, and the family and friends we share our joys and sorrows with as we natter over a share plate or meander the shops hunting for treasures.
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My Barossa Day #18 - Making magical memories

My Barossa Day is all about making magical memories. Exploring and taking in all the beautiful views, delicious produce and amazing wine our region serves up on a daily basis. So with Camera in one hand and a copy of the Barossa Touring Map in the other, off we go!
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My Barossa Day #17 - Take in the Barossa from a whole new perspective

My Barossa Day will see me doing what I love best ... showing off the Barossa from high above. I look forward to days spent flying couples around the Barossa, with special stops at some of our favourite cafes, wineries and restaurants.
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My Barossa Day #16 - Slow down and roam to our hearts content

I can hardly wait until we are free to roam, to our hearts content through, the beautiful Barossa again ... and with a smorgasbord of options how and where does my ultimate Barossa day start?
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My Barossa Day #15 - Be swept away by Barossa's generous lifestyle

A dream itinerary for guests at Barossa Shiraz Estate. Be swept away by the beauty of the Barossa as you take in the best views from high above the vineyards and enjoy a generous serving of delicious wine and food on the side
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My Barossa Day #14 - Fun filled adventures with kids

When you hear the word "Barossa" you might think of a leisurely wine tasting or two and a long, lazy lunch, followed by a breezy stroll through some gorgeous boutiques, an afternoon aperitif and, of course, dinner. I'm here to tell you that My Barossa Day... with kids can still be a beautiful exploration of our beloved region.
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My Barossa Day #13 - Birthday celebrations the Barossa way

What I love about Barossa is the diversity, it's not all about the wine! There are so many things to do here and this is how I would treat my mum or my girlfriends who missed out on going out for their birthdays this year ....
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My Barossa Day #12 - Breathing in Barossa artists, makers, and creators

It's easy to be swept away by the world class food and wine of the Barossa. But my Barossa day involves makers of a different kind. Artists, musicians and designers are some of my favourite people in the Barossa and I love to spend the day taking in their hand crafted, authentic offerings.
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My Barossa Day #11 - Bountiful Barossa

My perfect Barossa day begins on a Saturday when the Barossa Farmers Market comes to life. It's a family affair with the kids and husband all eager to get their hands on some delicious local produce.
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My Barossa Day #10 - Life's simple pleasures and cheeky indulgent experiences

There are so many amazing things to do in our wonderful region, make sure you take the time to develop some of your own fantasies, as turning them into a reality will be possible very soon.
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My Barossa Day #9 - Making Barossa memories with my family

It was at my Grandma's grape picking bucket that I learnt about my love for Barossa. The Barossa has always been in my blood and I can't wait to explore it again. This is my perfect Barossa day - trying to create similar memories for my kids so they grow up with the same connection to our home, Barossa.
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My Barossa Day #8 - Exercise, nourishment and good Barossa company

My dream day emerging back into the special places of the Barossa... is so hard to choose, but it will most definitely begin with the reunion of a lifetime as the True North Yoga community return to practice at the studio. Online is wonderful, but we seriously can't wait to be back in the studio!
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My Barossa Day #7 - There's no place like home

There's no place like home and I can't wait to spend my first day back touring the Barossa, with a myriad of experiences on offer. My day will start in the shed turning over our classic 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible, for an invigorating drive to Tanunda (roof down) with my family .....
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My Barossa Day #6 - Life in the Barossa is good!

My Barossa Day calls for an early start - because why waste time?! My husband and I stop by Fleur Social for a coffee and bagel. Fleur Social check out some of the unique blooms they have in stock until Ryan delivers our first coffee for the morning.
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My Barossa Day #5 - Food, family and the back tracks of the Barossa

My perfect Barossa day, you ask? I'd be delighted to share! I'm not sure I can fit everything we love to do in the Barossa into the same day, but with a little bit of make-believe magic I think we can do it justice! Of course, in a perfect world, it would be a Saturday morning, in the late flush of Autumn.
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My Barossa Day #4 - Celebrating the familiar favourites and evolving cool of the Barossa

A submission from Sam Pfeiffer, Whistler WinesThere is something special about returning to your hometown after years of living overseas or interstate and realizing just how amazing your upbringing was…
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My Barossa Day #3: Space to breathe and time to re-connect with nature

My dream Barossa day is full of space - the luxury of whiling away the hours without thought of deadlines, schedules or calendar reminders popping up as a notification of unfinished tasks and it unfolds with a (very) lazy start ....
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My Barossa Day #2 - life's little luxuries

Barossa Shiraz Estate's Kym Farley's ultimate 'My Barossa Day' includes adding certain luxuries back into his daily routine with some of Barossa's finest produce, wine, food and natural environment.
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My Barossa Day #1 - Where food is hero

Life in isolation has me dreaming of My Barossa day.When this is all over, here's how I'll be spending my first day out of isolation in the Barossa. For me food is hero, so I'll be enjoying a hearty brunch followed by a long lunch (with plenty of coffee and wine inbetween)
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Angaston Shopping Day [1 Day]

Shopping, Fashion, Angaston, Food, Wine
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Bethany to Angaston Trail [2 days]

A guest submission from Emily Hay at Turkey Flat Vineyards. Turkey Flat Vineyards are located on the edge of Tanunda in the old Schulz family butcher's shop and surrounded by vineyard plantings which date back to 1847.
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Nuriootpa Wine Trail [1 day]

A guest submission from Jess Ruciak at Elderton Wines. "Start at the Top!"
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Luxury Stay in the Barossa (3 days)

A guest submission from Ruby Stobart at The Louise and Appellation. Best of Barossa luxury stay!
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Not Just Wine Weekend [2 days]

A guest submission from Ryan Remillard of Fleur Social.
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Arty Barossa [1 day]

Explore the Barossa's vibrant arts scene and discover some hidden gems on this one day itinerary.
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Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail [1 day]

A self drive of discovery through the Barossa's famous food and wine producers.
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Winter Warming Weekend [2 days]

Pack your snuggliest scarf, your nattiest hat and a thick pair of socks – the Barossa in winter rewards the adventurous at heart and those who are prepared to take…
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Bethany to Angaston Trail - Winter Warmer [1 day]

A guest submission from Emily Hay at Turkey Flat Vineyards.Turkey Flat Vineyards are located on the edge of Tanunda in the old Schulz family butcher's shop and surrounded by vineyard…
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Barossa Shopping Day [1 day]

A guest submission from Bridget Laucke of Alabaster Barossa. Fashion, Food and Full-On Fun!
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Ladies' Leisure Weekend

Spoil yourself. Gather the girls and head to the Barossa for a weekend away and prepare to experience the Barossa in the most luxurious and care-free way: without the men.
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Homewares Shopping Itinerary [1 Day]

shopping, homewares, furniture, barossa
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Krondorf Road [1 day]

Explore the historical village of Krondorf - a day of discovery!
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The New Kids on the Block

Unearth the Barossa's exciting Next Generation who are re-imagining the Barossa while building on 160 years of winemaking excellence.
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Discover Seppeltsfield [1 day]

There's so much to discover at Seppeltsfield - devote a day to explore!
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Gentlemen's Weekend

The Gentlemen’s Weekend is a two-day indulgence and adventure tour tailored to inspire a more hands-on and in-depth Barossan experience (minus the shopping trips). Don’t forget your designated driver! Or visit the Tours…
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