Angaston Shopping Day [1 Day]
Guest submission by Kelsey Reilly, intern at Tourism Barossa.
A Day Full of Fashion
Angaston has a reputation in the Barossa for being a charming village that is both family friendly and easily accessible. If you’re looking to discover the Barossa as a retail destination, then Angaston is the perfect starting point. Wander through the town walking past the beautiful old buildings and gorgeous gardens lining every street. Use this itinerary as a guide for a wonderful day out in Angaston:
If you’re in the Barossa on a Saturday, then the Barossa Farmer's Markets just outside of Angaston is the perfect way to start off your day. Make sure you stop in at the markets for an artisan breakfast and freshly brewed coffee from Barossa’s own Bean Addiction. After breakfast, make sure to stock up on some local produce.
After filling up for breakfast, stop in at Lola & Lilly for all your fashion and accessory needs before popping into Viva the Flower Store to pick up some gorgeous flowers or browse their home and giftware range.
Next stop, head to the Barossa Valley Cheese Company. Check out the beautiful cheese boards, local small-goods and of course try some of their award-winning cheese. Try the different pairings with their new tasting option - cheese matched with beer, cider, wine and gin. Tip: if you time your day right, you can catch the halloumi cheese cooking demonstrations which are held every day at 11am.
Head next door to Casa Carboni for a scrumptious Italian platter for lunch, best enjoyed with a glass of fine wine, and have a look around their beautiful shop for essential Italian pantry items, and homewares.
Meander along the main street taking your time to explore the large variety of boutique retailers and see what treasures you can find! From a vast array of children’s toys at Kids Unite to stunning pieces of jewellery at Birthstones, Angaston has it all.
A day out shopping is the perfect chance to discover the hidden beauty of the township, from the quaint village atmosphere to the beautiful hints of red and orange through the main street on an Autumn day.