- Full-day tour of the Barossa Valley from Adelaide with wine tastings, plus a visit to Hahndorf
- Take in the towns and scenery along the River Torrens, Adelaide Hills and Barossa Valley
- Visit one of the oldest wineries in the Barossa, Seppeltsfield Winery
- Enjoy a wine tasting at Jacob's Creek, whose origins go back more than 150 years to the valley’s first commercial vineyard
- Visit Barossa Chateau and see the extensive rose gardens that Queen Elizabeth II inaugurated in 2002
- Enjoy a 2-course lunch, followed by a wine tasting at Barossa Chateau's Creed Wines
- Stroll down the tree-lined streets of Hahndorf and admire the fachwerk (timber frame) architecture
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What You Can Expect
When you’ve been on the road for about an hour, make a stop at Seppeltsfield Winery, which dates back to 1851 and is home to 250 acres (100 hectares) of vineyards covered with Barossa Valley’s traditional grapes, grenache and shiraz. Then make your way to Jacob’s Creek, one of Australia’s best-known wineries, dating back to 1847 when a Bavarian immigrant planted the valley’s first commercial vineyard. Enjoy a walking tour through the display vineyard to learn about the winery’s 14 varietals of grapes before your guided wine tasting.
Continue your tour to Menglers Hill Lookout for a view of farms and vineyard-covered hills across the valley, and check out the Barossa Sculpture Park to see statues made out of local granite and marble. Then make your way to Barossa Chateau, known for its 22 acres (9 hectares) of rose gardens that are home to more than 30,000 roses. Go inside to admire the chateau’s ballroom and its collection of art and antiquities from the 1700s and 1800s, such as porcelain from high-end producers like Stinton, Meissen, Worchester and Chelsea.
Next, walk over to the restaurant for your 2-course lunch (wine is not included but may be purchased), and enjoy another wine tasting at Creed Wines, also located on the property. Then say goodbye to the Barossa Valley as you return to your coach for the drive to Hahndorf, a quaint town in the Adelaide Hills and the oldest surviving German settlement in the country. Hop off the coach to walk around, taking in the century-old elm trees, charming cottages, shops and tea rooms.
Your tour ends with the return drive to Adelaide, traveling through the lush hills and villages like Stirling and Bridgewater before you arrive back in the city in the evening.
Excellent tour with a very knowledgeable guide who provided both information and anecdotes to enhance the experience
Great day and great stops at various places .Went as a group and we all had a thoroughly enjoyable day and lunch was delicious.Thoroughly remmend this trip to others.
Wonderful! A small group tour with a very knowledgeable tour guide. Both wineries were fantastic. The highlight of Hahndorf was the local museum with all the old artifacts and history of the town.
A lot of fun, great way to enjoy the food wine and beer of the region without worrying bout being over the limit
This is a beautiful tour through Barossa Valley. We saw a few koalas and also kangaroos. Hahndorf was nice too.
We enjoyed the wine tasting at Speltfield and Jacob's Creek. The latter was very educational in respect of what to look for when wine tasting. The organised Lunch was very good at the Chateau we stopped at. The tour had 17 participants which was a nice size for all the events.
Hahndorf was a throw back to the past.
We had the best day out, driver was informative, funny and even organized a candle for my sisters birthday at lunch time. Well done everyone....
Really good trip, driver/guide excellent.
We had a lovely day, great driver very knowledgeable about the area, kept us on time, guess the only thing I would mention we didn't have enough time at the wonderful Hahndorf and all those shops.
this tour was very good.