Barossa Valley Australian Travel Map

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The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s premier wine growing areas. Settled in the 1800’s by migrants from Germany, it retains a strong Lutheran Influence today.  It sites about a one hour drive to the north of Adelaide and can be visited in a day. Check the Barossa Valley Australian Travel Map for details.   

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Getting to the Barossa Valley

If you are driving yourself, take the A1 north from Adelaide and then turn right (east) onto the M20 towards Gawler. From Gawler, stay on the A20 Sturt Highway to Nuriootpa.  At Nuriootpa, drive through the Barossa Valley south along the B19 Barossa Valley Way. Zoom out on the Barossa Valley Australian Travel Map to get your bearings.

If you want to sample the wines, it is better to let someone else do the driving. The larger coach tours will only take in the main wineries. If you want to visitt the boutigue places for which the valley is famous, a Small Group tour option is the best. A private driver guide will give you the best experience.

Vineyards Barossa Valley Australian Travel Map

Barossa Valley Australian Travel Map

The Barossa Valley: The Barossa is without question the most famous of the Australian wine regions and is a travelers delight with its strong German influence, stone buildings and picturesque scenery. It is home to almost all of Australia’s largest wine companies, the most notable being Penfolds, Seppelt, Orlando, Leo Buring, Wolf Blass and Yalumba, along with another thirty odd wineries of varying importance, including such well known names as Krondorf, Peter Lehmann, Tollana, Saltram and Basedow.

Wine Varieties: The valley-grown vintages are principally Riesling, Shiraz and Cabernet-Sauvignon, while many wineries use grapes from outside sources as well in the production of a wide range of other blends and varietals.

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