VISITING THE BAROSSA
The Barossa is a fantastic place to visit year-round, with each season having its own perks. If you are planning on visiting the Barossa, we’ve put together some information that might be handy and some insider tips and thoughts on what to see and do while you’re here enjoying the area – live like a local for a few days.
OUR TIPS FOR VISITING THE BAROSSA THIS WINTER
Winter weather is perfect for sitting by a fire with a big glass of red. Luckily our Cellar Door has both a fire and red wine! In this blog we share what winter in the Barossa is like, what you can see and do, our tips for winter visits (restaurants, things to do) and more.READ BLOG
Our guide to the best places to eat in the Barossa
We’re often asked for recommendations on where to eat in the Barossa. We are lucky, in that we are spoilt for choice in our region. The Barossa has a proud food culture spanning generations, and a history of sharing generous meals with great company (and great wine of course!)
From hatted award-winners to casual dining, with a celebration of local produce and everything from pizza to moorish Asian flavours, the Barossa has so many great dining options. There are many options for eating lunch in the Barossa, and some great restaurants for dinner. Here’s our quick guide, by town, of the best places to eat in the Barossa.READ MORE
BAROSSA.COM's Explore Nuriootpa Itinerary
Barossa.com is a wealth of information on the region - it's the official website of the Barossa with details on accommodation, what to see and do and more. It's your go-to place to plan your visit.
"If you’re dreaming of a South Australian food and wine getaway for two (with a side serving of the great outdoors) then an escape to Nuriootpa, in the heart of the Barossa, is the perfect destination. You’ll be positioned on the doorstep of intimate cellar doors, amazing Barossa produce and beautiful walking and cycling trails."VISIT BAROSSA.COM