Family Activities in the Barossa Valley

As we all know, the Barossa is world-famous for its wines and historic cellar doors, but the adults don’t get to have all the fun. You’ll find plenty of parks, playgrounds and gardens around the region, plus several family-friendly wineries. Stay with us at the Barossa Weintal, located in the centre of the beautiful Barossa […] read more

Where To Eat In The Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is home to the best-preserved regional identity in Australia. Indulge in local wines, gourmet produce and fresh ingredients during your stay at the Barossa Weintal, hotel-style accommodation located right in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Here are our top picks of eats in Barossa! The Farm Eatery & Experience Centre The […] read more

Visit Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop

Maggie Beer is a self-taught cook, author and food producer, and is one of Australia’s most loved cooks. A must-do when visiting South Australia is a day trip to the Barossa Valley, and more specifically a visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop in Nuriootpa where visitors can stock up on their favourite Maggie Beer products and […] read more

Santos Tour Down Under pedals into Adelaide

If you’re visiting Adelaide or surrounding towns of South Australia over the next week you’re bound to get wound up in the Santos Tour Down Under excitement. The Santos Tour Down Under kicks off the cycling year in exhilarating style and is the biggest cycling race in the southern hemisphere. Running over nine days, the event brings top […] read more

Lonely Planet’s 5th best region to visit in 2017

If you haven’t already heard…. South Australia has just been named Lonely Planet’s 5th best region to visit in 2017! There are so many hidden gems to explore throughout South Australia. From the outback, to the city and the sea, there’s so much to love about this unique destination. The list is featured in Lonely […] read more

Bay to Birdwood

This year’s Bay to Birdwood event will be held on Sunday 25 September. First held in 1980, the event celebrates the preservation, promotion and sustainability of the historic vehicle movement in South Australia. Only cars, motorcycles, vans, trucks and commercial vehicles manufactured before 31 December 1959 are allowed to be entered into the event. For […] read more
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