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Experience the thrill of the polo this December, with the new event ‘Barossa Polo’ debuting at the iconic Chateau Tanunda for a weekend of polo, glamour and all things Barossa.
Hosted on the Chateau’s private cricket field, the exciting event will be split over two days on December 3 & 4 in a glittery Friday Twilight event and a family-friendly Saturday afternoon session.
Held against the stunning backdrop of the Barossa Valley, the SA Polo Association will showcase Australia’s best polo talent across two games on both days. Each day will feature pre-polo entertainment, including live music, player interviews and a detailed overview of the game for all the polo-novice attendees.
With a day at the polo synonymous with all things fashion, the inaugural event will host ‘Fashion on the Field’ for all attending trend-setters. Other exciting spectator entertainment will include half-time divot-stomping and a fierce 50m dash for an array of prizes.
But the party does stop when polo stops playing! Enjoy live music and DJ sets until the sun sets on the gorgeous Tanunda landscape. For lovers of the polo and parties, the exclusive Club Barossa will be the perfect precinct to party on pitch-side all day long.
Finding a home in the heart of one of SA’s iconic food and wine regions, Barossa Polo strives to highlight as many local businesses as possible, with the two-day event featuring a Cellar Door Trail featuring the very best of the Barossa Valley’s producers.
The team at Barossa Polo are currently offering an early-bird deal for the VIP High Bar at the Friday Twilight event. Groups can book a VIP bar for 8 and save $100 per person, with the limited deal currently priced at $1600.
The once-in-a-lifetime VIP bar includes a four-hour premium beverage package, grazing canapés, direct access to the polo field and the best seat in the house. With only 20 VIP High Bars available, this package will take the luxurious event to the next level.
For larger groups, private marquees will be available to accommodate groups of 25 or 50 patrons. The white marquees exude elegance, glamour and style, and will include premium food and beverages.
Chateau Tanunda is heralded at the birthplace of the Barossa Valley, with the majestic bluestone building and sweeping vineyards the idyllic location for an afternoon and evening of world-class polo.
For more information and ticket pricing, visit the Barossa Polo website.