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Barossa Itinerary Tag

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Be inspired and learn as you explore the Barossa The Barossa Valley has been the home to the Indigenous Australians, the Traditional Owners, from Karuna, Peramangk and Ngadjuri peoples for thousands of years prior to European occupation in the early 1800s. The region provided a rich abundance of life-sustaining natural resources, including year-round water from the Para River and its tributaries. The Barossa Valley continues to hold great cultural significance to the Kaurna, Peramangk and Ngadjuri peoples to this day. The post-European settlement Barossa Valley is founded in the traditions of the early German and English settlers since 1842. Culture remains central to many of the traditions that continue to

Eat like a local Good food and wine are synonymous with the Barossa Valley. Discover local producers who grow, nurture, and make the best Barossa produce, supplying the Barossa’s world class chefs. The Producers Luckily in the Barossa, picking up goodies directly from the local producers is a regular pass time for locals and visitors. There are 2 weekly farmers' markets, The Barossa Farmers Market at Angaston and the Mt Pleasant Farmers Market. Operating every Saturday morning for 49 weeks of the year. A weekly shop and treat of a freshly cooked breakfast at the markets is the best way to find and stock up on local produce. All around the Barossa are farm

You made it to the Barossa. Welcome, Welcome. Now how do you get out and about and around. One of the main reasons for visiting the Barossa Valley is to partake in wine tastings or indulging in an eating session. If you want to avoid delegating a designated driver I have listed a few ways to get around in the Barossa from the fun and adventurous to the conventional and convenient. When planning your Barossa itinerary you will need to account for the travelling times between the towns. If you go out by bike one day you might want to restrict your travelling to a smaller area such as