When did you last get your hands dirty?

Boost your morning with coffee of the gods or house-made tap kombucha from Fleur Social, and if that’s not enough the gorgeous bunches of flowers will pop a little joy in your step. Tasty bagels, cookies and community feel is here in abundance.  

On foot, head down the street to a tiny pottery studio, where you can create and experience the mind-body clay play. At Goldie and the Earth it's all about slowing down, this pace is sure to suit your creative heart.  

Where will your curiosity lead you? An easy 20 minute cruise will get you to Anlaby overflowing with country charm, and far from the bustle and worries of the outside world. It’s a great place for a laid-back picnic and wander with the horses and sheep, or a cheeky snooze under a tree in their abundant gardens.   

Hot tip: Bring some portable wine glasses for impromptu picnics because hey, you never know when a wine bottle needs to be shared! 


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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people