There’s something very special about the Barossa. You’ll see it in the landscape, the people, the food and the wine. It’s a beautiful region, with vineyards, villages and farms creating a patchwork across rolling hills and valley floor. Its people are renowned for their generous hospitality, their love of a shared table and their passion for local produce.
The Barossa has an unbroken grape-growing and winemaking lineage since the early 1840s, and is home to some of the world’s oldest commercial vineyards. Its distinctive food culture is shaped by landscape, European pioneer traditions of food preservation and shared dining, and the enterprising spirit of farmers and artisan producers. The Barossa has a close community culture influenced by English and Prussian immigration in the 1840s and proudly protected and celebrated by subsequent generations and all those who call Barossa home.
With so much to see and do, and a depth of history to discover, you won’t want to rush your visit to the Barossa. Allow space in your plans to savour all the region has to offer!