Take a stroll up the Barossa towns’ main streets to discover quirky antique shops, food and craft markets, book stores, and gorgeous homeware stores where you’re sure to find a ‘one off’ treasure.

The little towns of the Barossa, in particular Tanunda and Angaston are great places to take a leisurely wander and discover an eclectic collection of retail outlets offering everything from fashion, jewellery, homewares, kids clothing, furniture, antiques, art, health and beauty products. Be sure to step into ‘soulful’ Alabaster, in Tanunda, which showcases local artisans and designers and the fabulous homewares store Living by Design also in Tanunda.

Venture to Seppeltsfield Estate where you will the JamFactory, a hub for art, craft and design in the Barossa. Browse through the gallery and shop and the fascinating studios and workshops. See the craft of professional artisans working in knife making, jewellery, ceramics, millinery, glass art, leather and raw soap and body products.

Shops in Tanunda

Tanunda’s main street has a great range of interesting little shops, from homewares to clothing, antiques and books. When you are all shopped-out, grab a…

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Shops in Angaston

Angaston is a quaint little town with a nice little street to take a casual wander. For those of you with kids or grandkiddies, be…

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JamFactory Seppeltsfield

JamFactory at Seppeltsfield is a contemporary craft and design studio, gallery and shop housed within an historic 1850s stables building. It provides a space for…

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Vasse Virgin Barossa Valley

Vasse Virgin is situated in the magnificent grounds of Seppeltsfied Estate. Here all natural, hand made, skin and body care products are produced.  The soaps…

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