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Barossa Valley Holidays highlights the best places to visit in this beautiful region of south Australia with maps, pictures and hotel reviews. Find out which Barossa Valley accommodation to stay at for your holiday in South Australia.
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The Barossa Valle is a food and wine lover's paradise only one hour's drive north of Adelaide. The Barossa's fertile soils and Mediterranean climate produce some of Australia's most sought-after wines, as does the nearby picture-perfect Clare Valley. There are over 80 cellar doors in the region including the household names of Jacob's Creek, Yalumba and Peter Lehmann, and the lesser known but highly recommended Rockford, Charles Melton and Henshke. The vineyards are verdant green in summer, while in autumn the leaves change colour, and in winter the grapes are harvested, leaving the branches bare.

Barossa Valley Highlights

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Angaston, the main town in the Barossa Valley, is a wonderful place to spend a few hours. You'll find all manner of gourmet produce, plus buzzing cafés and charming antique stores. There is a Farmer's Market here on Saturday mornings. One of Australia's most famous cooks, Maggie Beer, runs a Farm Shop near the town of Nurioopta, which is a must for tastings of her gourmet food range.

The Clare Valley to the north of the Barossa has its own special blend of magic, with winding country roads, rolling green vineyards and heritage towns. It has a quieter pace than the Barossa and is a great place to relax and unwind. Explore the many cellar doors, or in spring visit the conservation parks for stunning wild-flower displays. There are a number of popular walking trails in the area that will lead you past picturesque green fields to secluded picnic spots and world-class restaurants.

The Barossa and Clare Valleys have temperate climates, with cool winters and hot, dry summers. Access is via self-drive or bus tour from Adelaide. The Barossa Vintage Festival in April each year has over 120 events including cooking demonstrations, wine-tastings, jazz performances and the Vintage Festival Parade.

Barossa Valley Accommodation Search

The Barossa and Clare Valleys are favourite spots for people from Adelaide to escape on short breaks, hence the areas are brimming with charming boutique hotels, B&Bs in historic buildings and lovely caravan parks and camping grounds. The following Barossa Valley hotels provide some of the best deals for a holiday in South Australia – please search below for availability and get the very best room rates sourced from over 100 local and online booking agents:

Barossa Valley Travel Info

If you are planning on enjoying the delights of the many cellar doors in the region, a bus tour from Adelaide is the perfect option. Many companies offer package deals including winery tours, gourmet meals and charming accommodation.


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