Tradition is held dear in the Barossa and its influence is evident in its people and their way of life. The past is everywhere in this historically rich area, brought to life along the various Barossa Heritage Trails. Small town museums, old wineries and vineyards, heritage listed buildings, beautiful churches... more »
The Barossa Historical Museum is fittingly housed in one of the most historic buildings in South Australia, the beautifully restored post office which dates back to 1865. In order to save it from demolition this historic gem was purchased by the Barossa Valley Archives and Historical Trust in 1972.
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The Barossa is a wine region north of Adelaide and home to over thirteen thousand hectares of vineyards. Blessed with a Mediterranean climate, lovely valleys and inviting towns this is the perfect area for a scenic drive on the search for that favourite bottle of red or white.
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The Heysen Walking Trail is Australia’s longest walking trail and winds through the wonderfully diverse terrain of the Adelaide Hills, Flinders and Mt Lofty Ranges, continuing through the rolling hills of Fleurieu Peninsula and on to the south coast and Cape Jervis with its stunning sea cliffs and beautiful beaches.
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What better way to enjoy a relaxing, scenic drive through the Barossa than with a stop at Maggie Beers Farm Shop. Those cozy little places along the way are what make a journey special and the Farm Shop is one of those places. Fresh foods and a delectable lunch menu,... more »