Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley, photo by Fairv8
Barossa Valley (photo by Fairv8)
 

The Barossa Valley, in South Australia, is located around an hour from Adelaide.

It is perhaps the finest wine-producing regions in the country, with great soils, family farms where the wine-growing traditions have been passed down through the generations.

Many wineries in the region are open for tastings, with many also serving food and beer.

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Overall Atmosphere: Combination
Combination Atmosphere destinations combine elements of both cultural and natural destinations, where this combination is itself essential to the travel experience. Common examples are Archaeological Sites (where culture is usually experienced outdoors), Scenic Local Markets (where indigenous cultures interact outdoors), Hotsprings and Vineyard Areas (where nature provides the raw materials but humans create the surroundings), and Unique Cultural Landscapes (where humans and nature interact in innovative ways, as in the elaborate rice terracing systems of Asia).

Combination Interests typically fall somewhere in the middle of the three types of primary interests in terms of
(a) how climate-dependent they are
(b) how accessible and physically demanding they are.
Featuring both cultural and natural attractions.
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A Secret Garden

Situated 300 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre and 700 metres from Chateau Tanunda, A Secret Garden offers pet-friendly accommodation in Tanunda. The holiday home is 2.3 km from Langmeil Winery. Free private parking is available on site. Average score from 3 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$170

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Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley

Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region, just a 2-minute drive from Tanunda town centre, Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley features an outdoor pool, conference facilities and an inflatable trampoline. Average score from 10 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$76

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Barossa Dreams

Just a 5-minute drive from the wineries of the Barossa Valley, Barossa Dreams is a grand Victorian home, built in the 1890’s. Guests enjoy an outdoor swimming pool, and all rooms boast a wood fireplace. Average score from 11 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155

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The Louise

Boasting an award-winning restaurant, The Louise is located in the Barossa Valley wine region. A patio, a spa bath and an outdoor shower feature in suites. Guests enjoy a fitness centre with a sauna and gym. Average score from 7 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$458

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Goat Square Cottages

Goat Square Cottages feature self-contained accommodations with a full kitchen and a patio. A 4-minute drive from Langmeil Winery, the property offers free breakfast supplies, a barbecue area and free on-site parking. Average score from 9 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$158 - $167

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Hotel NameRooms FromGuest Rating
Tanunda Cottages

Tanunda Cottages

Boasting old-world, self-contained cottages with fully equipped kitchens, including breakfast provisions, Tanunda Cottages is located on the main street of Tanunda. Average score from 9 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$136

$136-
The Dove Cote

The Dove Cote

The Dove Cote features Federation architecture, located in the heart of Tanunda, Barossa Valley. Built in 1996, this property offers a free breakfast, free guest laundry and free covered parking. Guests enjoy free port wine and chocolates on arrival. Average score from 12 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$148 - $151

$148-
Veritas Cottage

Veritas Cottage

Offering a barbecue, Veritas Cottage is set in Tanunda, 2 km from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre. Langmeil Winery is 200 metres from the property. Free WiFi and free private parking are available on site. Average score from 5 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$151

$151-
A Secret Treasure

A Secret Treasure

A Secret Treasure offers pet-friendly accommodation in Tanunda, 300 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre. The holiday home is 800 metres from Chateau Tanunda. Free private parking is available on site. Average score from 7 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155

$155-
Barossa Dreams

Barossa Dreams

Just a 5-minute drive from the wineries of the Barossa Valley, Barossa Dreams is a grand Victorian home, built in the 1890’s. Guests enjoy an outdoor swimming pool, and all rooms boast a wood fireplace. Average score from 11 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155

$155-
Barossa Best

Barossa Best

Nestled within lovely gardens, this restored 1856 2-bedroom cottage boasts free parking. Barossa Best is ideally located for visiting the many nearby wineries. Average score from 13 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155

$155-
Barossa House Bed & Breakfast

Barossa House Bed & Breakfast

Featuring a shared guest lounge, free cooked or continental breakfast and rooms with lovely garden views, Barossa House is just 5 minutes’ drive from a number of Barossa Valley wineries. Average score from 13 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155 - $182

$155-
Barossa Valley Apartments

Barossa Valley Apartments

Enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool or a meal on the BBQ at Barossa Valley Apartments. Located in the popular wine region, it offers self-contained accommodation, 10 minutes’ drive from Maggie Beer's Farm Shop. Average score from 15 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$155

$155-
Goat Square Cottages

Goat Square Cottages

Goat Square Cottages feature self-contained accommodations with a full kitchen and a patio. A 4-minute drive from Langmeil Winery, the property offers free breakfast supplies, a barbecue area and free on-site parking. Average score from 9 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$158 - $167

$158-
Mataro Cottage

Mataro Cottage

Set 400 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre and 900 metres from Chateau Tanunda, Mataro Cottage offers accommodation in Tanunda. Featuring free private parking, the holiday home is 2.2 km from Langmeil Winery. Average score from 4 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$167

$167-
Memory Lane

Memory Lane

Set 300 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre in Tanunda, this air-conditioned holiday home features a barbecue. The unit is 800 metres from Chateau Tanunda. Free private parking is available on site. Average score from 8 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$167

$167-
Treasured Memories Cottage

Treasured Memories Cottage

Featuring a barbecue, Treasured Memories Cottage is a holiday home located in Tanunda in the South Australia Region. Offering free private parking, the holiday home is 200 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre. Average score from 13 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$167

$167-
A Secret Garden

A Secret Garden

Situated 300 metres from Barossa Wine & Visitor Centre and 700 metres from Chateau Tanunda, A Secret Garden offers pet-friendly accommodation in Tanunda. The holiday home is 2.3 km from Langmeil Winery. Free private parking is available on site. Average score from 3 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$170

$170-
The Cottage at Riverside Farm

The Cottage at Riverside Farm

The Cottage at Riverside Farm offers accommodation overlooking the North Para River in Lyndoch, in the heart of the Barossa Valley. It is less than 10-minutes’ drive to a local wineries and restaurants. Free WiFi and free parking are provided. Average score from 12 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$201

$201-
Barossa Vineyard Cottages

Barossa Vineyard Cottages

Each Barossa Vineyard Cottage features a hot tub, a living room with fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen. All cottages include a front and rear verandah overlooking Tanunda and the Barossa Ranges. Average score from 8 guest reviews: 0.0/10.

$204 - $182

$204-

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Unusual Local Feature

German Cultural Influence

Barossa Valley has retained some of the cultural influences that go back over a century. The evidence of the original German settlers can be seen in the steeply sloping roofs of the older buildings. The local cuisine is also heavily influenced by Germanic culture, with meats such as Mettwurst, Bratwurst, and other German sausages.

Religion in this region is predominantly Lutheran, so expect to see many churches made from stone, with beautiful silver spires reaching to the sky. The quality architecture is testament to much loving care and fine masonry skills lavished on the building of the churches in the past 150 years.
Vineyard Region
The Barossa Valley is famous for its wines. Many of its wineries are open for tours, with a cellar door with free tastings. (Some are by appointment only.) In addition, most bars and restaurants will serve a good selection of Barossa vintages.
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