The Barossa – a region with so much to offer!

The Barossa region has so much to offer. There is something for everyone! From cycling / walking trails, ghost tours, art galleries, food making experiences, beautiful gardens and master craftsmen.
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Artisan / Making Experiences

Cooking Schools at Casa Carboni and Jacob’s Creek

Vasse Virgin Olive Oil  Luxurious skincare products + perfume making workshops

The Barossa Gin School at Durand Distillery

Make your own Chef’s knife with Gardner Knives

Make your own wine Blend at Penfolds

Cheese making at Atze’s Corner Wines

See and Do

Barossa Bowland + the biggest dinosaur-themed mini golf

Barossa Valley Chocolate Company

Kids tasting plate at Z Wines

Water park at the Discovery Park in Tanunda

Segway Sensations at Seppeltsfield

Whispering Wall near Williamstown (closed on days with high or above fire danger rating – check status here)

Gardens / Bush Walks / Cycling

Lyndoch Hill – The Rose Garden, and lawns

Barossa Bush Gardens – open daily

Barossa Walks – Hosted or self guided walks throughout the Barossa

Mount Crawford Forest – camping, walking trails, horse and bike riding trails, camping

Warren Reservoir – kayaking/canoeing, picnic reserve, recreational fishing

Lyndoch Lavender Farm – cafe, gardens, lavender products

Barossa Bike Hire – mountain biking, cycling, trails, hire

Barossa Valley Estate – Australia’s largest perennial garden designed by Paul Bangay

Barossa Goldfields – History and walking trail

Para Wirra Conservation Park – walking trails, camping, playground


Barossa Farmers Market – Every Saturday from 7:30 am to 11:30 am

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market – Every Saturday 8 am to 12 pm

Lyndoch Community Market – 2nd Saturday of each month, 10 am to 3 pm


Barossa Regional Gallery – Home to The Hill and Son Grand Organ – Open everyday 11 am – 4 pm

Corroboree Dream Art

Lilliefield Gallery – Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 to 3 or by appointment.

The Woodcarvers Haven

Angaston Blacksmith Shop & Museum – open Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 1 – 4 pm

What’s On in the Barossa?