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Popular Destinations in South Australia

Thumbnail Garden to Table Experience at St Hugo in the Barossa Valley
Barossa (Barossa)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 8
From €165.66
“Discover St Hugo with our Garden to-Table experience! Explore the kitchen garden and savor the season alongside our best wines.”
Thumbnail St. Hugo & Riedel Masterclass and lunch experience in the Barossa Valley
Barossa (Barossa)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 8
From €135.54
“Join us on a masterclass showcasing how glassware influences the taste of 4 of our wines followed by a a 3-course menu paired with 2 glasses”
Thumbnail The Signature Tour at Yalumba Winery
Barossa (Barossa)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €331.32
“Gain a deep and enduring appreciation for the premium wines of Yalumba with this complete 4-hour experience”
Thumbnail Nursery & Grenache Discovery at Yalumba in Barossa
Barossa (Barossa)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 6
From €108.43
“A fascinating introduction to Yalumba and its range of award-winning Grenache varietals.”
Thumbnail Icons of Yalumba Experience in Barossa
Barossa (Barossa)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €180.72
“A complete journey through Yalumba’s iconic and premium wines, private tour & lunch in The Caley Hut”
Thumbnail Perfect Picnic at Jacob's Creek in the Barossa Valley
Barossa (Barossa)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 2
From €36.14
“Enjoy the perfect picnic packed for you, including a selection of food sourced from local producers & a bottle of Jacob’s Creek wine”
Thumbnail Estate Picnic at Yalumba
Barossa (Barossa)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 2
From €45.18
“Enjoy a private Best of Barossa tasting followed by a picnic lunch with a bottle of your favourite Yalumba wine”
Thumbnail Jacob's Creek Double Barrel Experience in the Barossa Valley
Barossa (Barossa)
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 8
From €39.16
“Discover Jacob’s Creek Double Barrel wines, matured first in traditional wine barrels and then finished in aged whisk(e)y barrels”
Thumbnail Cooperage Tour at Yalumba in Barossa
Barossa (Barossa)
1 Hour
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €30.12
“A special and fascinating journey of discovery of Yalumba’s Cooperage; the only on-site winery Cooperage in Australia”
Thumbnail Yalumba Unlocked wine experience
Barossa (Barossa)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €45.18
“Visit the most historic family-owned winery in Australia, with over 170 years of winemaking!”

More information on Barossa

Located about an hour's drive northeast of Adelaide, Barossa is one of Australia’s oldest and most famous wine regions. If you’re looking for an unusual wine tasting experience in South Australia, the Barossa region boasts over 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors open to visits, and an enviable selection of internationally-acclaimed wines to taste.

Your visits to the wineries of Barossa will offer you a different perspective on the Australian wine industry. You’ll be able to observe a german influence on winemaking, brought by the first European settlers who planted the first vines in the region. The Barossa territory is in turn in divided into two sub-regions: the Barossa Valley to the west, with a warmer climate, and the higher Eden Valley to the east, featuring a cooler climate.

Which food to taste in Barossa?

Together with wine, food will be a highlight of your time in the valley. During your wine tastings and tours in Barossa, you will often have the opportunity to sample some of the territory’s finest products, such as artisanal cheese, grass-fed beef, and bread and pastries from the German heritage.

Which wines to taste in Barossa?

The star variety of your wine tastings in Barossa will undoubtedly be Shiraz, which roughly accounts for half of all plantings in the region, focused in the Barossa Valley. Other common varieties found in Barossa include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Grenache. In the Eden Valley, the Riesling variety is particularly prominent.

Which is the best season to visit Barossa?

The best season to plan your wine tastings and winery visits in Barossa is autumn, between March and May, when the warm days and cooler evenings will allow you to enjoy your getaway to the fullest. In addition, the Barossa Vintage Festival takes place in April.

What things to do in Barossa?

While a visit to Barossa wouldn’t be complete without tasting its famous Shiraz, during your time in the area make sure to not miss out on the many other great activities Barossa offers, such as strolling along the Angaston Heritage Walk, hiking one of Barossa’s Conservation Parks trails, or visiting Lyndoch, one of the oldest settlements in South Australia, which is home to a scenic lavender farm.