Iconic wine regions, you say? Let’s see – there’s Tuscany in Italy, Bordeaux in France... and the Barossa Valley in Australia! The cultural heritage, food and wine indulgences and attractive terrain make this part of the country a must-visit – whether you’re a wine buff or not!
One of the best ways to get around to a few different wineries is on a tour. That way, you won’t drink and drive!
You’ll find hot air balloon companies in Nuriootpa and Seppeltsfield – and the bird’s-eye view of the Barossa is unforgettable.
This traditional food-only market is on each Saturday from 7:30am to 11:30 am. Stock up on fresh fruit, veggies and other local treats.
The Barossa Valley is generally considered to be Australia’s most famous wine-producing region, with around 150 wineries scattered throughout the region. Some of the more well known local wines include Penfolds, Yalumba and Wolf Blass. Nuriootpa High School and Faith Lutheran School both own their own wineries.