Photo credit: Barossa Spring Fair Facebook page.
Pack your picnic blanket and your camera! For the very first time, the Barossa Spring Fair is set to be held at the Angaston Railway Precinct, showcasing locally made products, food and live music.
This coming Sunday 19 September from 10am to 4pm, the free event will highlight the very best of the Barossa, bringing together foodies, plant-lovers, craft and art enthusiasts together for a fun family day out in Spring.
Four-legged friends are also thoroughly welcomed, provided they are picked up after, and friendly towards events and people.
Organisers of the event recently announced stallholders and food trucks along the likes of Barossa Cheese, Oranaise Paella Catering, The Australia Cider Co. and sweet truck, Mobile Cake Love.
There will be local artists offering handmade cards, prints and paintings, and other products for sale.
There’s even an opportunity to take home your own beehive, with Manor Beehives providing guides to “produce your own great tasting honey and help your garden spring into life with colour”.
There will also be live music playing throughout the day, as well as face-painting and jumping castles on offer for young attenders.
Barossa Spring Fair will be held at the Angaston Railway Precinct.