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Mount McKenzie: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Hutton Vale and Farm Follies

Hutton Vale, in the Barossa was settled in 1843. Today it is a mixed farm and home for Jan and John Angas.

Six generations of history are evident in the stone buildings, still in use today. The Farm Follies building, originally built for housing prized stud stock, now provides a warm and relaxed setting for food gardens and cellar door for wine produced from the old vine vineyard on the property.

Growing delicious vegetables, full of flavours that used when cooking for guests and family living on the property, has always been part of farm life. Sheep graze freely on the surrounding rolling hills with the occasional paddock growing seasonal cereal crops and interspersed with stands of fruit trees, relics in the rich dirt from a thriving fruit industry 70 years ago.

Hutton Vale has hosted visitors from all over the world, from a simple artisan lunch to larger events for media and photographers to be consumed.

Hutton Vale ,
65 Stone Jar Road
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 4.7K from Mount McKenzie

Gully Gardens

Gully Gardens is a delightful farm shop with delicious Angaston grown dried fruit, beautiful scenery and good old fashioned service, and is a must see on a visit to the Barossa.

Dried fruits include apricots, peaches, pears, prunes, nectarines and apples. A large range of homemade tasty confectionery and jams are made from the fruits, goodie baskets and gift lines. To complement the range, other Australian products are available including nuts, figs and vine fruits.

175 Gawler Park Road
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 7.3K from Mount McKenzie

Barossa Valley Cheese Company

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a multi-award winning manufacturer of artisan cheeses.

After opening its doors in 2003 in the idyllic town of Angaston, Barossa Valley Cheese Company rapidly claimed its place in the region's celebrated wine and food culture. The range now includes 25 different styles of cheese and includes cheeses made from cow and goat milk.

Company founder and head cheese-maker Victoria McClurg and her team are always seeking innovative ideas and refining traditional methods in cheese-making.

67b Murray Street
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 8.1K from Mount McKenzie

Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park

Nestled amongst the Barossa Ranges, the Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park is perfect for bushwalkers. There are two walking trails passing through a variety of landscapes including creeks, rocky outcrops, areas of low forest, scrub and open grassland. The park has panoramic views across the ranges to the Barossa Valley.

The Wallowa Hike offers a comprehensive look at the park's main features, including rock formations and a scenic lookout, while the Stringybark Loop provides a brief look at the park's diverse flora and fauna.

Dusk and early mornings are the best time to observe the park's wildlife. Be on the look out for kangaroos feeding on the open grasslands in the early morning or late afternoon, while the occasional echidna or possum may be seen foraging for food at dusk.

Tanunda Creek Road
Tanunda, SA, 5352

Located 8.2K from Mount McKenzie

Angaston Cottage Industries

Angaston Cottage Industries was started in 1972 by a group of local women keen to use surplus local produce and show off their creative talent. Today the shop stocks a range of homemade goods, homegrown produce and crafts from over 300 contributors.

We have a large selection of homemade jam, pickles, sauces, biscuits and cakes. We have anything from rose petal jam to Shiraz grape sauce. hand knitted jumpers, socks, gloves and caps are always popular, as our children's toys and our fairy section.

The stock is always changing and new contributors are always welcome.

Murray Street
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 8.8K from Mount McKenzie

Eden Valley Lookout

The Eden Valley Scenic Lookout offers superb views from Keyneton across to High Eden. It is easy to see why the region was known as "the garden of grapes and gums." Head out of Eden Valley on the Angaston Road and you will see the cross on the hill to the east. Turn right onto Burkes Hill Road. Soak up the views, enjoy a picnic, and on Easter Sunday join the community for the Easter dawn service.

Mount Pleasant to Keyneton Road
Eden Valley, SA, 5235

Located 9.7K from Mount McKenzie

Carmella's Curries

Carmella's Curries are homemade in the Barossa by Carmella. Available at the famous Barossa Farmers Markets each Saturday you can choose from Carmella's southern Indian style Kasoundi Curry Paste, Malaysian style Curry Powder, Barossa style Chutney or Fiesty Barossa Sauce.

You will love how versatile the range is- the concentrated curry paste is packed with loads of fresh ginger, garlic, spices and flavour. It makes a fabulous marinade and is absolutely spectacular with seafood. You can tone it down by mixing it with yoghurt, sweet chilli, or sweet soy sauce or all three. Rub it over a whole roast chicken or leg of lamb or roast beef. Add to soups, stews and casseroles to add flavour and heat or mix into stir fries for extra flavour and spice. You can even make a dip with cream cheese.

Add one of Carmella's products to your pattie mix, spaghetti bolognaise, or as a flavour base for pizzas. Carmella's Curries add amazing flavour to vegetarian dishes. Try it with eggs, toasted sandwiches or use as a relish. You control the heat by how much you use!

Barossa Farmers Market,
Corner Stockwell Road and Angaston Road
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 9.9K from Mount McKenzie

Barossa Farmers Market

Every Saturday morning from 7.30am to 11.30am, you can taste and take home the best the Barossa has to offer. Over 50 stallholders provide a cornucopia of the freshest vegetables, meats, breads and cheeses. Delicious oils, preserves and local specialities give you everything you need for the week ahead.

The growers at the Barossa Farmers Market often pick their lettuce and tomatoes and other produce just the night before market, sometimes even that very morning. Many of them grow organically. So what you take home is as fresh, seasonal and full of flavour as any produce, anywhere.

What's better than bacon and eggs on Saturday morning? Having someone else cook it for you! We mean real eggs, and real bacon, served on a toasty fresh roll, with amazing sauces and chutneys to top it off. So grab a latt?, pull up a bale, and forget about the dishes!

Corner Stockwell and Nuriootpa Roads
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 9.9K from Mount McKenzie

Barossa Regional Gallery

The Barossa Regional Gallery is a high quality art space displaying works from the permanent Barossa Vintage Festival Collection, Community Art in Fabric, regularly changing temporary and touring exhibitions of paintings and sculptures and space for paintings by Barossa artists. The Barossa Regional Gallery is the home of the historical Hill and Son Grand Organ (1875), lovingly restored by the Organ Historical Trust. The gallery also operates a retail service with local handmade crafts, artworks and books available for purchase.

3 Basedow Road
Tanunda, SA, 5352

Located 10.3K from Mount McKenzie

Mount McKenzie: Events

Aussie Wine Month at Thorn-Clarke Wines

Thorn-Clarke wines will be celebrating Aussie Wine Month with select back vintage release wines available for tasting at our cellar door.

For the whole month of May, you will be able to visit our cellar door and experience the flavours and aromas of an aged wine, without the need to store it for years.

Entry is free and it is on all months, so simply come on out to our cellar door and enjoy. We hope to see you there.

266 Gawler Park Road
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 6.6K from Mount McKenzie

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