Barossa Valley Tours

Located in South Australia, the Barossa Valley is one of the biggest wine-producing regions in all of Australia. This magnificent valley is located 60 km north east of Adelaide, and is made up of three major towns: Tanunda, Angaston and the largest town of the three, Nuriootpa.

These towns combine to make an interesting mix of German and British heritage. Barossa Valley Tours is your opportunity to visit this region of Australia, experience a bit of this incredible cultural mix, and get a little taste of these fine wines.

Adelaide Hills

Barossa ValleyThe first leg of this tour begins at the beautiful Adelaide Hills, nestled into these hills are small towns that make you feel as if the bustling city of Adelaide is thousands of miles away. Here you’ll find an assortment of quaint shops, pubs and traditional bakeries that will stimulate your taste buds into overdrive.

Highlights

This tour takes you on a ride following the Torrens River and through the stunning Torrens Gorge. You’ll also get to see the Skirt Kangaroo Creek and the Millbrooke Reservoirs. You’ll pass through Williamstown, and see the incredible stone buildings it’s so well known for.

Barossa ValleyThere will be a quick stop at the Whispering Wall, more recently known as the Barossa Reservoir. This reservoir has the honor of once being the highest dam in Australia.

Enjoy morning tea at Lyndoch Bakery where you’ll be indulged with a complimentary beverage of your choosing (Tea or coffee) and a German sampler plate of the sweetest treats you’ll ever taste.

Other stops include Richmond Grove Wines where you will be taken on a ‘Behind-the-scenes-tour’ and learn the winemaking process and taste some of their amazing wines. Mengler’s Hill Lookout which has absolutely breathtaking views over the Barossa Valley.

Barossa ValleyVisit Kaesler Winery where you’ll have the opportunity to taste some of their wines and lunch at the delightful Kaesler Winery Restaurant. Travel through the old mill town of Woodside and stop at Hahndorf, the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia.

Grand Barossa Valley Tours with Handorf (584), stop at the village of Bridgewater that offers visitors the chance to see the Bridgewater Mill and Waterwheel which rounds out this wonderful tour.

This tour truly is a great opportunity to see some of the richest greenery, splendid mountain ranges, and absolutely staggering views of South Australia that you will ever see.

For tour bookings and further information go toGrand Barossa Valley with Handorf (584).

Barossa ValleyBarossa Valley Tours Options

There is a wide array of different Barossa Valley Tours you can choose from that offer a number of different ways to explore and take in this magnificent wine region of the Barossa Valley. There are coach tours, 4WD tours, mini tours, private tours for a more intimate experience, and even a Barossa Valley full day wine tour for two in a 1962 Daimler which was previously used in royal tours in the sixties.

These amazing photos of the Barossa Valley are courtesy of Tourism Australia.

From Kerry at Aussie Tour.

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