Visit Barossa Valley, Australia
Set in a gentle hollow amidst rolling wheat fields and vines, the Barossa Valley was originally settled by German Lutherans whose small townships and church spires still survive today.
Vineyards, often with names such as ‘Kaiser Stuhl’, are set amongst delicatessens whose shelves groan under Germanic delicacies.
Exploring the Barossa Valley
Wine is showcased in more than 50 local cellars, but the valley holds a special appeal that extends into stately homes, seasoned by meals in restaurants where European traditions are leavened with modern-day cuisine.
Less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide, the Barossa Valley can be explored on a tour or in your own car.
Suggested itineraries featuring Barossa Valley
Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Barossa Valley, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Barossa Valley
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Places near Barossa Valley
- Adelaide 28 miles away
- Clare Valley 54 miles away
- Fleurieu Peninsula 62 miles away
- Murray River 94 miles away
- Coorong National Park 98 miles away
- Kangaroo Island 123 miles away
- Robe 183 miles away
- Eyre Peninsula 185 miles away
- Flinders Ranges 216 miles away
- The Gawler Ranges National Park 241 miles away
- The Grampians National Park 266 miles away
- Baird Bay 280 miles away
Photos of Barossa Valley
Accommodation choices for Barossa Valley
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Barossa Valley. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
The Louise is a luxury five star vineyard retreat surrounded by hundreds of acres of vines overlooking the world renowned Barossa Valley.
Abbotsford Country House sits in the corner of the Barossa Valley surrounded by acres of farmland and offers magnificent views of the vineyards, framed by sun-baked ranges.