Barossa Valley Tourist Attractions
Barossa Valley Tourist Attractions – First populated by European immigrants in 1842, it still keeps its old-world charm. In Barossa Valley, there are about 150 wineries and cellar doors. Half of the cellar doors are available to the public, however most of the rests are open by appointment. A lot of people conduct tours of their wine-making facilities and estates.
Barossa Valley is famous for its award-winning restaurants, fresh seasonal produce, and artisan food producers as well. Tourists may explore the countryside by bicycle or Drive the food and wine trails in Barossa. Tourists can also tour the region by helicopter, hot air balloon, motorbike, or vintage car. Play golf or relax in a day spa on one of the championship courses.
The magic of world-acclaimed wines of Barossa Valley’s sits in the variety of its growing shapes. The Eden Valley produces exclusive cool climate wine varieties, whilst the flagship shiraz of region is grown in the warmer, low land areas. The Barossa Valley is also famous for its award-winning restaurants, fresh seasonal produce, and artisan food producers.
Jacob’s Creek was one of the oldest in the region and the first commercial vineyard in Barossa Valley. The other iconic Australian wine names located in the Barossa Valley are Penfolds and Seppeltsfield. The Louise presents elegance accommodation among the vineyards as well as one of the best regional dining experiences at Appellation Restaurant in Australia.
Explore the countryside by bicycle or drive the carefully-designed food and wine trails in Barossa. Taste tasteful smoked meats, home-baked breads, and other local produce on the Baker, Butcher, and Winemaker Trail. Or taste the handmade cheeses along the Wine Trail and Barossa Cheese. The Barossa Heritage Trail links a lot of historic sites and cellar doors which housed in historic structures. Come to charming heritage towns and find the local artists’ work at antique, galleries, and craft shops. Learn more about the rich history of Barossa on the heritage trace which stretches from Kapunda in to Mt Pleasant. The Tanunda Heritage Trail displays historic stories and photos of Barossa’s early days and presents a rare sight into this authentic part of Australia.
Regional companies present a range of tours, from coach tours to more personified experiences like helicopters, hot air balloon rides, motorbikes, and vintage cars.
The Barossa Valley is a nice place to unwind and indulge. Play golf among the gum-trees on one of the championship courses in Barossa or relax in a day spa.
Tourist can taste a wide selection of Barossa Valley wines during the annual Cellar Door Wine Festival in Adelaide in February or Wine Month of Aussie in April. The Barossa Gourmet Weekend which is in August is the region’s yearly major event.
The Barossa Valley is about 70 kilometres from Adelaide.