The Barossa Valley was created over 165 years ago with the first immigrants setting up here and today it is known as Australia's leading wine country. Come and relax, indulge and immerse yourself in luxury, beauty and tranquillity as you escape the rat race for a holiday filled with enjoyment, food and wine, culture, history and art. The Barossa Valley is one of the most romantic places so why not plan your honeymoon or weekend escape with your loved one to the picturesque destination or bring the whole family for a getaway to remember!
Be delighted with the array of attractions that this holiday destination holds, no matter what your age, from wining and dining through to wineries, tours, action packed adventure and lazy afternoons. Walk through vineyards and visit countless cellar doors where you can sample some award winning wines, dine at one of the many restaurants where international chefs prepare culinary delights for you to tempt your taste buds with or just let the kids run free in the parks and gardens while you kick back and enjoy a lazy afternoon BBQ with friends.
The Barossa Valley has everything from fabulous food, architecture, annual events, festivals, bush walking, golf, cycling, shopping and not to mention a climate that beacons you to come outdoors and play. The landscape is simply breathtaking as you make your way through the rolling green hills and visit the many different towns and villages that are close by. Walk through the quaint towns to see what you can find and experience a warm and friendly welcome where ever you may go.
Whether you choose to take in the sights of the Barossa valley in your own time or jump on board with one of the many different tours that you can do, one thing is for sure, you must see this to believe it. You will definitely needs more than just a couple of days to soak up the ambience of the Barossa Valley and to visit the many sights and delights that are on offer here.
When booking your accommodation why not find out what annual events or festivals might be on around the time of your holiday like the Day on the Green music festival or perhaps you would like to go to the South Australian Living Artists Festival or even the Barossa Valley's Gourmet Weekend which serves up mouth watering wines and culinary delights accompanied with the sounds of live music..... What a way to spend your weekend! Perhaps you would like to go horse riding for the afternoon or take to one of the many walking or cycling tracks through the region for an experience to remember. There are also day spas to visit for those of you who are in need of some pampering, golf course to make the rounds on, breweries to visit, scenic drives to take and plenty of fun and action for the little ones.
Everyone will thoroughly enjoy their holiday in the Barossa Valley no matter what your age! So why not plan your family trip, weekend away, business trip or backpacking stopover to this number one destination and discover the many highlights that this region is famous for.
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