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One of the world’s best known wine regions, the Barossa Valley boasts a number of historic wineries, miles and miles of picturesque vineyards and a rich German heritage. Sample the region’s renowned shiraz, enjoy the Teutonic culinary treats, shop for local produce in the farmers’ markets that dot the area, visit the impressive Whispering Wall or take a picturesque stroll among the vineyards. To see the Barossa Valley from a different point of view, take a hot air balloon ride over the area and enjoy far-reaching views of this beautiful region.
Tanunda – One of the largest towns in the Barossa Valley, Tanunda is home to a selection of shops, restaurants and amenities. Explore the town’s German heritage with a trip to hear its male choir, the Tanunda Liedertafel, have a go at bowling in the Kegel club or take in a performance by its brass band, the oldest in the Southern Hemisphere.
Angaston – Once the terminus of the Barossa Valley Railway Line, Angaston is now home to a fantastic choice of wineries. Spend a day or two sampling local vintages to find your favourite tipple or hire a bike and take the scenic cycle ride to nearby Nuriootpa.
Nuriootpa – The largest town in the region, Nuriootpa is the commercial hub of the Barossa Valley. Explore the town’s vine-covered streets, visit one of the world famous wineries found in the local area or enjoy a meal out in one of Nuriootpa’s great restaurants.
Williamstown – Known as the ‘Southern Gateway’ to the Barossa Valley, the picturesque town of Williamstown is home to some of the oldest public house hotels in South Australia. Explore the local vineyards or go hiking in the nearby Hales Conservation Park.
One of the main sights in the Barossa Valley is the Whispering Wall. Thanks to the angle of the curve in this large concrete dam, a person whispering into the wall at one end can be clearly heard at the other end of the dam. The area around the Whispering Wall also boasts a number of picturesque walking routes to explore. Visit the Mengler’s Hill Lookout Sculpture Park, spend an afternoon at the fragrant lavender farm of Lyndoch or head to the Seppelt Family Mausoleum in Seppeltsfield to learn more about the region’s early settlers.
The most popular activity in the Barossa Valley is sampling the area's fantastic wines. Many of the wineries offer tastings and tours, giving you the perfect opportunity to explore the region’s heritage and produce. Stop for lunch in one of the valley’s picturesque vineyards to keep your energy levels up throughout the day. If you’d like to see more of the local area, join a Segway tour of the Barossa Valley or take a hot air balloon ride over the picturesque region.