Barossa and Clare Valley
The Barossa is one of Australia’s most famous wine regions,
spoken in the same breath as Bordeaux, Napa and Tuscany. It’s not only about
the wine though - here you’ll find a flourishing food culture, historic
villages and picturesque valleys.
The Clare Valley, located about two hours north of Adelaide,
is one of our most scenic wine regions. The landscape blends Australian bush and charming vineyards. There are more than 40 cellar doors to visit and plenty of
other activities if visitors choose to stay a couple of nights.
Seppeltsfield Winery, Barossa
The Barossa is home to
some of the best-known wine labels and the place to taste the good life in all its forms - pate at Maggie
Beer’s Farm Shop, beer from a local brewery or triple-cream cheese at the
Barossa Valley Cheese Company.
Day tours are available from Adelaide to the Barossa and usually
include visits of four wineries, which is perfect for visitors who are
time-conscious. You can also take a day-trip to the Clare Valley as part of
food and wine or sightseeing tour.
The Barossa and Clare Valley are also perfect for more than
just an overnight stay - stay a few extra days and experience both regions.
Cycle or walk the Riesling Trail, which runs for 35km from
Auburn to Clare - or choose from a couple of loops so you don’t have to do it
all in one go.
To cycle the Riesling Trail in Clare, bike hire companies
can be found in Clare and Auburn.
Download a map of Barossa
Download a map of the Clare Valley
With more than 80 cellar doors in the Barossa, there are
plenty of opportunities for visitors to taste and learn about the region’s most
The Clare Valley, north of the Barossa, is famous for its
Rieslings due to its cooler climate. Well-known wine labels are at every turn and can be perfectly explored by
cycling the Riesling Trail.
Our pick of the top attractions in the Barossa and Clare Valley.
Food and Wine
The Barossa has a rich passion for food and when paired with
its world-famous wine, it makes for a spectacular meal. Dine on local produce such as cheeses, nuts,
wursts and breads. Discover the
Barossa’s food markets, traditional goods and famous chefs.
Clare Valley is a region with a warm rustic
flavours and a world-beating wine list! There is a surprising range of foods that have been grown, farmed or produced
in the region, from free-range chickens to chutneys.
Our pick of the top dining experiences in the Barossa and Clare Valley.
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