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Sensational Barossa Shopping

Discover the best places to treat yourself

A short stroll down any of the main streets in the Barossa and you will soon be drawn into one of the many beautiful boutique stores that line the footpaths. Barossa shopping offers, homewares to fashion and things for kids. The main streets have so much for you to spend the day exploring.

If you are on the road between the cellar doors, you can pop into one of the studio doors that local artisans of the Barossa are famous for. See the artisans in action and browse their range of divine handmade wares.

Down the Main Street: Tanunda

Tanunda is often the first stop on many visitors’ journeys to the Barossa. The Main Street (Murray Street) is home to Bright Threads, Alabaster, and Iron Stone Cottage, where you can find the most sumptuous homewares and incredible fashion pieces to remind you of your time in the Barossa.

For book and stationery lovers, Daisy loves George and Ravens Parlour will have you taking home the most divine stationary pieces and best-selling novels to keep you inspired for many days to come. Little ones don’t miss out while shopping in Tanunda. Daisy and Hen host the most beautiful children’s clothing and toys, you’ll find something for even the most fashion focused child or parent to be.

Studio tours

Not only can you drop into cellar doors as you explore the Barossa, but you can also visit many artisans’ studios to watch them at work and pick up their bespoke creations. Sunshine Barossa produces the most exquisite leather bags and accessories to be found. Located in Stockwell, Carol opens her studio door most days of the week.

Really Useful Pots is the home of whimsy and functional beauty with their hand thrown ceramics. Their studio gallery in Flaxman Valley, is open to browse and shop the latest pieces of their ceramic collection.

Located in the Seppeltsfield Village, Gardner Knives give you the chance to book and make yourself an air loom knife, or you can purchase a knife if you prefer. Next-door you will find the Jam Factory and Vasse Virgin. The Jam Factory Gallery and store offers the opportunity to meet resident artists and artisans and browse their pieces of jewellery, art, and contemporary crafted pieces. Vasse Virgin showcases the most divine skin care made with local oils. They even offer the opportunity to make your own products with their workshop series.


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Worth a visit

There are so many beautiful stores to browse across the Barossa and some of the most notable outside of Tanunda are Brit Creative in Lyndoch, Kids Unite and Wild Amber in Angaston, Tiny Nest and Koko Home in Kapunda.

Also on our list are the Barossa Valley Chocolate Factory in Tanunda, where you can taste and buy locally made chocolates of all kinds. And we cannot leave out the vintage furniture and antique stores in Tanunda, Angaston, Lyndoch and nearby us at the Lou Miranda Estate- Pioneer Antiques on Lyndoch Road.

What’s on your Barossa shopping list?

Barossa shopping will leave you with unique and beautiful pieces to take home and cherish long after you have left the Barossa Valley. Whether you have the full day to explore the stores or just time for a short stroll down the main streets, you’ll find the Barossa really has a unique shopping experience in store for you.

Let’s go shopping!

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