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33 Best Barossa Valley Attractions Every Tourist Must See

Just an hour drive from Adelaide is the Barossa Valley, where generations of mainly Germanic descendants take advantage of the ideal growing conditions for their grapes.

The Barossa Valley top attraction is its wine and dine culture. Known particularly for red wines, like Shiraz, Barossa Valley is one of the oldest wine growing areas in Australia. In the Barossa Valley the locals met the challenge of pairing quality wine with quality food, and today, tours are offered with fresh local produce served in ways to enhance the wine that attracts so many visitors to the area.

With about 150 vineyards and 80 cellar doors in the area, it will be easy to spend a week exploring the different wines in Barossa Valley.

33 Most Popular Attractions in Barossa Valley

1. Barossa Sculpture Park

  • Free
  • 0428 322 871
  • Barossa Sculpture Park, Menglers Hill Road, Bethany, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily
  • Website

2. Wolf Blass

  • Depends on activity
  • 1300 651 650
  • Wolf Blass, Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa, South Australia, Australia
  • Mon to Fri 10am-4:30pm, Weekends & Public holidays 10am-4:30pm
  • Website

3. Barossa Chateau

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8524 4268
  • Barossa Chateau, Hermann Thumm Drive, Lyndoch, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 10:00am-4:30pm
  • Website

4. Seppeltsfield Mausoleum

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 (0)8 8568 6200
  • Seppeltsfield Mausoleum, Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 11.30am-3.30pm
  • Website

5. Whispering Wall

  • Free
  • Whispering Wall, Whispering Wall Road, Williamstown, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily
  • 1

6. Yalumba

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8561 3200
  • Yalumba, Eden Valley Road, Angaston, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 10am-5pm, Public Holidays 10am-5pm
  • Website

7. Barossa Farmers Market

  • Free
  • 61 8 8564 2058
  • Barossa Farmers Market, Angaston, South Australia, Australia
  • Saturday 7.30am-11.30am
  • Website

8. Kellermeister

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8524 4303
  • Kellermeister, Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am-5:30pm
  • Website

9. Tscharke

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8562 4922
  • Tscharke, Marananga, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 10am-5pm (except Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
  • Website

10. TeAro Estate

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8524 6860
  • TeAro Estate, Queen Street, Williamstown, South Australia, Australia
  • Thurs to Mon 11am–5pm
  • Website

11. Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8521 3000
  • Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 10am-5pm
  • Website

12. Chateau Tanunda

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 8 8563 3888
  • Chateau Tanunda, Basedow Road, Tanunda, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 10am-5pm
  • Website

13. Rockford Wines

  • Depends on activity
  • 61 1800 088 818
  • Rockford Winery, Krondorf Road, Tanunda, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 11am-5pm
  • Website

14. Penfolds Barossa Valley Cellar Door

  • free
  • 61 8 8568 8408
  • 30 Tanunda Rd, Nuriootpa, South Australia 5355, Australia
  • Mon-Sun 10am-5pm

15. Pindarie Winery

  • free
  • 61 8 8524 9019
  • Cnr of Gomersal Road and Rosedale Road, Tanunda, South Australia, Australia
  • Mon-Fri 11am-4pm Sat-Sun 11am-5pm

Travel Guides & Inspiration for Barossa Valley

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Culture

5 Barossa Valley Wineries Perfect for Tasting Tours

audreylim writer

Barossa Valley is only an hour from Adelaide, and home to some of Australia’s best vineyards. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply a lover of fine wi...

Wineries

With famous wines such as Wolf Blass or Kellermeister on the menu, it will be hard to go home empty handed. For a vineyard with a difference go to Barossa Chateau where the grapes are not grown alone. 30,000 roses will greet you – that is 22 acres of roses with 5 km of paths through them for wandering and enjoying the beauty of this most beautiful of flowers.

Events

Try and visit in April for the Vintage Festival, celebrating the end of grape harvest and vintage. Or come for the Gourmet weekend at the end of August for the best in food and wine.

Kids & Family

There are things other than wine and vineyards to be found in Barossa. Take your kids to the Sculpture Park or go and whisper at the Whispering Wall– a dam wall that seems to have magic properties. Take them fossicking for gold, and gems like diamonds, garnets and opals in the Mt. Crawford Forest Reserve (permits required).

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