Guide to Barossa Valley

Located just a one hour drive out of the city of Adelaide is one of the primary reasons visitors come to South Australia; the Barossa Valley! As one of Australia’s oldest and finest wine producing regions, it is one for the bucket-list. The Barossa Weintal Hotel  is your number one choice for accommodation, located in Tanunda, the heart of the Barossa. Want to know more? Read on to discover our guide to the Barossa Valley.


The Barossa Farmers Market

A favourite for locals and tourists alike, there is no better way to immerse yourself in a region’s culture and the Barossa weekly market is no exception. Get down early to sample the market breakfast with bacon and egg rolls and fair trade coffee on offer. Wander the stalls to see all the best local produce and fresh cut flowers.

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The Barossa Valley Cheese Company

Home to the best artisan cheese in the Barossa, your tastebuds won’t be disappointed sampling their range of cheeses. It’s like a cellar door but for cheese- so of course this is a must visit during your stay. They’ve even created three specialty wines to perfectly complement their range because what goes better than wine and cheese? Sign us up!

Chateau Tanunda

For a taste of Barossa history, visit Chateau Tanunda, the region’s first winery opening in 1840! Take a tour of the iconic estate, visit the cellar door and grab a picnic basked and enjoy it in the stunning grounds.

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With nearly all of the protein on the menu being locally-sourced, this restaurant perfects the fusion of modern Southeast Asian cuisine and homegrown produce. With every dish including herbs from the kitchen’s own garden and the options of matching wines, it is a true Barossa experience.

Hentley Farm

For a completely different culinary experience, visit Hentley Farm, with its dining room overlooking vineyards. The restaurant offers a surprise menu of Chef’s choice on the day, showcasing unique home-grown produce. Matching the dishes with the region’s best wines, it is truly a luxurious experience.

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Barossa Cucina

Discover Barossa Cucina, serving traditional Italian-style food and classic staples, all featuring the best local ingredients in a relaxed, family-friendly environment. Celebrity Chef Adam Swanson has designed the menu to bring his authentic, Italian style of cooking to Australia’s most famous wine region.


Barossa Weintal
Stay with us at the Barossa Weintal, located in the heart of the Barossa Valley with local wineries within walking distance. An ideal getaway with just the right amount of relaxation, fun and adventure. Book Now!

Header Image via Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage