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Barossa Valley, South Australia

 

It's common knowledge that Aussies love a good drink, and there are few better places in the country to indulge in a drop of the good stuff than South Australia's Barossa Valley. While it will sometimes be grouped in with other major Australian wine regions, the Barossa stands alone due to the sheer volume of wine it produces each year, its picturesque landscape, and its extraordinary culinary offerings.

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Why Barossa Valley?

 

State: South Australia

Why it's special: One of Australia's premier wine destinations, helping to put the country on the international stage, Barossa Valley impresses with an incredible combination of picturesque landscapes, extraordinary culinary offerings and immense volumes of wine produced, putting Barossa Valley at the top of the totem pole for Australian wine destinations.

Best time to go: February through April

If you're the type of traveller who places a high premium on culinary enjoyment when on holiday, then there are few parts of Australia that can better satisfy your leanings than the Barossa. While it all starts with wine, the Barossa Valley offers far more than only liquid goodness – the region is home to numerous widely-praised restaurants that make use of its quality produce, and plenty of scenery upon which to feast the eyes as well as the palate.

While it is responsible for the production of all the major types of wines, the Barossa's specialty has always been Shiraz – largely a result of the region's warmer continental climate. Easily reachable within an hour's drive north-east of the Adelaide CBD, the Barossa makes for a destination that is ideal for day trips.

The region's variety of locally-produce foodstuffs are also a huge drawcard, with some of the best and richest cheeses, dried fruits, fresh meats and pastries (a direct result of the area's strong German heritage) offering something for everyone to indulge their tastebuds. In all, the Barossa is a veritable living and breathing menu from which visitors are welcome to take their pick.

 

More than just a dining hotspot, there's plenty of opportunity for burning off what you've consumed in the Barossa as well; the region is ripe for exploration both on foot and on two wheels, and is home to numerous winding bike and walking tracks that wind their way through valley, vineyard and undulating hill alike.

Combine all these factors with the fact that it's an incredibly scenic area in its own right – greenery-draped hills, rolling vineyards and a comfortable, mild climate are the name of the game – and it's clear to see why the Barossa Valley is a must-visit spot in Australia regardless if you're a wine aficionado or not.


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Looking to pay a visit to Barossa Valley but not sure what to do? Here are a few of its most essential experiences.

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One of South Australia's must-see destinations, the Barossa Valley delivers the goods with rolling vinyards in every direction. Located just a short trip northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is home to more than 170 different wine companies and a plethora of memorable experiences. Read on below to find out more!

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