A Little More Barossa festival promises a month-long schedule of over 70 curated food and wine events throughout the famous wine region.
Abbey Underwood has been announced as the 2021 Barossa Young Ambassador on a night that celebrated young leaders.
Projects to be delivered include new accommodation in the Adelaide Hills, Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas, a new cellar door in the Barossa and Fleurieu Peninsula, and the relocation and refurbishment of a café on Kangaroo Island.
The luxury Barossa escape prize includes two nights accommodation in Stonewell Cottages’ Cupid’s Cottage, a hamper full of Barossa produce, scenic helicopter ride, dinner, tastings and more!
The new 9.5 kilometre trail makes it easier for visitors to experience the beauty of both sites and enjoy a range of activities.
The campaign urges South Australians to explore their own backyards, spend time in our regions and in our city, and help rebuild the state’s domestic tourism sector.
Getaway SA has joined forces with Barossa Chef Stuart Oldfield to create a unique dining experience for Barossa holidaymakers
The Barossa is looking for a tourism boost by proposing a major bike track that would link the wine regions together.
Join the free 60-minute webinar run jointly by Deloitte and the South Australian Tourism Commission, which will consider next steps as our state's tourism businesses prepare to re-open their doors.
A new $50 million six-star luxury hotel and day spa at Seppeltsfield is set to become an iconic landmark for the Barossa and tourism in Australia from 2022.
Adelaide Fringe is once again breaking free of the city walls and heading regional with Barossa Fringe!
Calabria Family Wines celebrates another 'iconic' moment, in their 74 year history.
Seppeltsfield has reached a huge milestone at the World's Best Vineyards.
The 2019 program is out showcasing 28 events, including 13 Gourmet Trail events.
Prepare for a new chocolaterie, cellar door, cafe and shop as the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company will officially open its doors this weekend.
The Barossa Vintage Festival is coming back for another year to showcase the Barossa story whilst celebrating everything wine, food and culture. The program has just been released and we’re looking at close to 90 events in the Barossa Valley! Spanning over five days from April 24 to the 28, popular events such as the […]
McLaren Vale’s d’Arenberg Cube has been awarded yet another accolade, this time recognised internationally for its unique design.
Treat your senses with the Barossa Gourmet Weekend! Spring will provide the perfect setting to boast an even greater celebration of the region’s seasonal wine, food and experiences.
Welcome to Barossa Seasons, a seasonal celebration of wine, food and experiences produced by Tourism Barossa all begins on July 6-8 with Barossa Seasons: Winter.
South Australia is one of four finalists in a bid to host the 2014 Social Media Tourism Symposium 2014 with the world renowned Barossa wine region.