Things to do in  Barossa Valley

Top 8 attractions in Barossa Valley

Whispering Wall

The Whispering Wall is a time-honored stop at the southern end of the world-famous Barossa Valley. A walk across the dam perches you 9-stories high, with the Barossa Reservoir water on one side and a long drop on the other. The unique acoustics of the concave concrete dam wall allows you to hear sounds from afar, including whispered utterances.More

Mengler Hill Lookout

Mengler Hill Lookout is a popular stop during Barossa Valley wine tasting excursions, providing a scenic panorama of the famed valley below. Mengler Hill Lookout was named for one of the area's early wine growers, and since 1988 has the added attraction of large granite and marble sculptures at the adjacent Barossa Sculpture Park.More

Penfolds Barossa Valley Cellar Door

Penfolds is a celebrated name in the wine world, known for high-quality, award-winning wines and a long history in South Australia. Their Barossa Valley Cellar Door tasting room features two experiences: the Barossa Ultimate Tasting and Make Your Own Blend. The latter allows you to make your own creations using Grenache, Shiraz, and Mataro grapes—the same ingredients in Penfolds’ own Bin 138.More

Seppeltsfield Wines

Founded by the Seppelt family in 1851, this landmark Barossa Valley winery combines heritage vineyards, historic architecture, art, gardens, food, and pretty scenery—including the 2,000-plus Canary Island date palms that line the estate's entrance. Tours, seated tastings, restaurants, and picnicking are among the winery's top activities.More
Barossa Chateau

Barossa Chateau

In addition to being one of Australia’s most luxurious hotels, the Barossa Chateau sits on the country’s most well-known (and well-kept) rose garden, too. With some 25 acres (10 hectares) of estate land, including 22 acres (9 hectares) of gardens and 3 miles (5 kilometers) of scenic pathways, the Barossa Chateau offers travelers the perfect country escape.More
Peter Lehmann Wines

Peter Lehmann Wines

Originally named Masterson Wines, after the gambler Sky Masterson from the musical “Guys and Dolls,” this mid-size South Australian vineyard was established in the late 1970s, eventually taking on the moniker of its winemaker, who has been credited with helping shape the Barossa winemaking industry. Since then, Peter Lehmann Wines' luscious reds and whites have been celebrated locally and internationally, and its family farm feel has welcomed visitors for generations.More
Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre

Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre

Jacob's Creek is a global wine brand and the oldest commercial winery in the Barossa Valley. Given its prestigious lineage, it's no surprise that the Jacob's Creek Visitor Center offers guests wine tastings, gourmet picnic lunches on the estate grounds, a café, education around the winemaking process, and accommodations.More
Wolf Blass

Wolf Blass

Established in 1966, Wolf Blass, with vineyards located in the heart of South Australia’s wine country, has produced some of the most loved—and most awarded—bottles of red and white in the world by combining traditional and modern winemaking techniques. The luxurious estate welcomes travelers from across the globe to participate in tasting tours, including the opportunity to sample straight from the barrel.More

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