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Barossa Valley

Just an hour’s drive north of Adelaide lies the Barossa – the heart of Australia’s wine industry with famous brands such as Penfolds, Yalumba, Wolf Blass and Jacobs Creek and some of the world’s oldest vines. It’s the home to gourmet delights and an area blessed with a rich cultural heritage.

Comprising the Barossa Valley and Eden alley, the region has an ever-changing and diverse landscape. Rows of vineyards connecting rolling hills, interspersed with charming villages and hamlets, and pristine working farmland –the Barossa is a visual treat.

The Barossa thrives on a living heritage, food markets, quality wines, old preserved buildings, and a wealth of culinary pleasures. There is a strong sense of cultural identity and community spirit, which adds to the appeal of the region.

The Barossa offers everything you’d expect from Australia’s most famous wine region. Winemakers waiting to share their secrets at the cellar door; landscapes etched with manicured vineyards; passionate food producers offering their wares at country markets; and grand chateaux surrounded by ornate gardens. And it’s all just an hour from Adelaide.

The region owes much of its appeal to the European peasant farmers and English free settlers who made the place home from the 1850s. You’ll get a taste of their rich cultural legacy in superb Barossa specialty foods, dozens of festivals and events, historic architecture and inspiring arts and antique galleries.

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