Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail [1 day]

The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail lends itself perfectly to a day of exploring, discovering, and venturing into the unexplored corners of the Barossa. A trip for the tastebuds, you and one other person will immerse yourself through the very best food and wine the Barossa has to offer.

Begin your self-guided adventure by purchasing a VIP voucher booklet with trail map and insulated gourmet hamper (one hamper serves two people) to share for only $89 at the Barossa Visitor Information Centre, Gawler Visitor Information Centre, Kapunda Visitor Information Centre or online here. Included is a stainless-steel cheese knife, cheeseboard, two Barossa wine glasses, serviettes, and a Barossa events calendar – the essentials for a day of exploring and tasting your way through the Barossa.

Don’t forget to ask for an insider’s tip from the Visitor Information Centre staff when planning your trip – you can’t beat local knowledge!


Make the trail your own! Pay a visit to one of our participating Cellar Doors and exchange a VIP voucher for a bottle of wine (to the value of $20), to share with your trail mate. A perfect way to get a taste of the Barossa’s full-bodied Shiraz or a fruity rosé.

Choose from Brockenchack Vineyards, Chateau Tanunda, Hemera Estate, Kies Family Wines, Murray Street Vineyards, Penfolds Barossa, Rosenvale Wines, Seppeltsfield Winery, Thorn-Clarke Wines or Barossa Chateau.

FigsContinue on your trail by visiting participating producers to fill up your gourmet picnic hamper with your favourite Barossan treats. Use your VIP vouchers to select from the following:

• Freshly baked bread rolls from either Apex Bakery, Linke’s Bakehouse and Pantry or Tanunda Bakery

• Local, handmade cheese, and crackers from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company

• A traditionally smoked Barossa mettwurst from Linke’s Central Meat Store or Steiny’s Traditional Mettwurst

• Plump olives from Vasse Virgin at Seppeltsfield

• Traditional fruit paste from Maggie Beer's Farm Shop

• A delicious spread from Zimmy’s Barossa Valley Produce

• Tasty dried fruits from Gully Gardens.

Your trail map also includes a list of our favourite picnic spots for you to relax and enjoy the fruits of your travels. Unwind among the towering gum trees or seclude yourselves at the Steingarten Lookout, the Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail ensures an experience tailored for you, with a little help from the Barossa.

Don’t forget to share your experience using #barossa and #mybarossa. Inspire your feed!

For more information about enjoying your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker experience by bike, check out our cycling information page.

Your VIP Voucher booklet is valid for 12 months.