Visitor Services & Information

While in the Barossa, you can also find out more about what to see and do and what’s going on during your stay by dropping into the Barossa Visitor Information Centre.

The friendly staff are full of knowledgeable advice, and can assist with booking tours and other activities. There’s a large range of information, brochures and maps on display. There is also a Wi-fi internet hot spot and computers available for use.

The centre sells a range of Barossa-inspired souvenirs and gifts, including wine glasses, accessories and produce. There’s a stunning interpretive artwork display featuring information about the Barossa region and its wine making and grape growing heritage.

The Barossa is the perfect place to make as your base, to discover three more of South Australia’s premium tourism destinations, offering contrasting landscapes and experiences. Great day trip options are the Adelaide Hills, The Clare Valley and the Murray River Region. Read below for our tips on best travel routes to take from the Barossa and what to see and do in each of the regions.

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