- Encounters with locals
- Culture (paddy field, coffee, tea ...)
Barossa Valley is renowned for its wine with more than 150 wineries, amongst the most famous in Australia, such as Penfolds, Jacob’s Creek and Wolf Blass. Local agents offer you to discover them by tours combining enotourism and gastronomy.
Personally, I'm not very enotouristic, but here there are also many farmers, cheese producers and renowned chefs. Don't miss the Barossa Farmers Market, on Saturday mornings in Angaston. Architecturally, I appreciated the region's German heritage with the charming blue stone chalets and sandstone bungalows.
There are several National Parks nestled in the hills of Barossa. These reserves provide a fantastic opportunity to go bushwalking or cycling in search of these vineyard landscapes and magnificent coloured birds.