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  • From Adelaide: Hahndorf and Barossa Valley with Winery Lunch

    1. From Adelaide: Hahndorf and Barossa Valley with Winery Lunch

    After morning pickup from Adelaide and Glenelg, head towards the Barossa Valley to discover the region’s charming villages, vineyards, and German heritage.

    Stop in the historic village of Hahndorf, one of the most important German settlements in the region. Wander through the town and be charmed by its quaint 19th-century architecture.

    Afterward, take a scenic drive through the Barossa Valley, where you’ll stop in Lyndoch at the Kies Winery. Famed for its prolific production, enjoy a wine tasting alongside lunch at this family-run vineyard.

    With your palate piqued, head to more wineries and a chocolate factory, capping things off at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop. Return to your accommodation in Adelaide around 5:15 PM, just in time to reflect on the sights and tastes of the day over dinner.

    The driver Peter was very friendy and accommodating. A very knowledgeable and nice man. Loved everything about our tour. Especially the wine tasting, our lunch, the visit to the chocolate shop/cafe and last of all a quick visit to Maggie Beers Farm Shop and cafe. Would definitely recommend this company and this tour to everyone.

  • The Barossa Valley: Small-Group Premium Wine Tour with Lunch

    2. The Barossa Valley: Small-Group Premium Wine Tour with Lunch

    Start your day with a convenient pick-up from your accommodation in Glenelg or Adelaide. Make your way through the Adelaide Hills to your first stop at the famous Whispering Wall where you will be fascinated by its famous acoustic qualities. Your first winery is the beautiful and historic Château Yaldara, home to not only some of the finest shirazes in the region but to some of the best-preserved period architecture in the state. Continuing through the picturesque surroundings of the Barossa Valley, you will cross the iconic Jacobs Creek with time to explore the shops and attractions of the beautiful and historic township of Tanunda, or simply relax over a coffee. Lunch is a regional highlight. Indulge yourself with some of the Barossa’s most internationally acclaimed wines at the beautiful Peter Lehmann Winery while a platter of the best meats, cheeses, olives, assorted vegetables, an...

    Hi, the wine tour we did on 29 May 2021, was great. The guide/driver was very knowledgeable and personable, and he drove with excellent safety and care. I enjoyed each of the wineries, the first one was the best (Gomersal Wines) as the owner gave us a great introduction and history of her vineyard and it felt much more personal than the larger wineries. The only real let down for me was the average lunch. I know it was a platter of local produce and it went well with the wine, but in hindsight I would prefer a more sumptuous lunch, maybe a selection of steaks, fish, poultry and pork, cooked to our liking, but then again the price would have to increase. As it was, I had a pleasant day, my co-worker enjoyed his first wine tour and it was with a great bunch of people who all become friends by the end of the day. Thanks heaps, I'd certainly go with you again, maybe to the other wines regions near Adelaide next time I'm in town. Thanks and cheers :)

  • Barossa Valley: Hot Air Balloon Flight

    3. Barossa Valley: Hot Air Balloon Flight

    On the day of your flight, your pilot and crew will meet you approximately 2 hours before sunrise - the time varies throughout the year - at the reception center. Once everybody is assembled and signed in, your pilot will give you a briefing before you board a comfortable 4WD towards the best launch site for the morning. Don't forget to bring your cameras as there will be some amazing photo opportunities along the way. The Barossa Valley is famous for having some of the most gorgeous landscapes in all of Adelaide. Once you arrive at the launch site, your pilot and crew will inflate the balloon ready for take-off. You are welcome to join in with the preparation. This whole process takes about 30-40 minutes. Jump on board, and after one last briefing and then it’s up, up and away! Wave goodbye to the crew, they will follow on the ground and meet you when you land. Time to relax and take ...

    Amazing staff and wonderful morning that we will never forget.... If you are in Adelaide must go and do balloon ride

  • Barossa Valley: 1-Hour Segway Winery Tour

    4. Barossa Valley: 1-Hour Segway Winery Tour

    Get kitted up with your headpiece, safety vest, and helmet and sit down for some training. Start your tour and head into the beautiful and historical Seppeltsfield Estate, passing many iconic 18th-century buildings. Rely on your guide to tell you about these places.  Move on to an exclusive part of the winery, closed to the public. Head out into the vineyard and travel among the vines, sharing an experience rarely allowed in any winery or vineyard. Travel up the steep slope to the top of the hill, passing the 100-year-old bush vines. Once at the top of the hill, marvel at the amazing 360-degree views of the Barossa Valley as you spot Kangaroos lazing among the vines. Head out to an open area for some free time, get a feel for the Segway, and capture some nice photos and videos. Finally, head back past the beautiful vines and many historical buildings on your return.

    The staff were welcoming, kind and friendly it was very enjoyable. Wish it went for longer

  • Adelaide: Barossa Valley Hop-on Hop-off Tour

    5. Adelaide: Barossa Valley Hop-on Hop-off Tour

    Visit some of Australia’s finest wineries with this hop-on hop-off tour of Barossa Valley. Tour through the historic villages and stop at your leisure to sample Barossa Shiraz, Eden Valley Riesling and other local varieties. Your day begins with a convenient pick-up from Adelaide CBD. From there you can sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you approach the Barossa Valley. The region is home to 150 wineries, and with a hop-on hop-off ticket you can take all the time you need at each stop before jumping on the next bus. Stop at each cellar door and enjoy wine samples from some of the oldest vines in the world. With a regular bus timetable you can plot the perfect day before being dropped off in central Adelaide. Ask your friendly guide for tips on the delicious food stops that are found on the route

    Great trip, well organised with no fuss. Nathan our guide was super. Friendly, knowledgable and helped with winery recommendations.

  • From Adelaide: Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

    6. From Adelaide: Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

    Get picked up from your Glenelg or Adelaide hotel and begin following the River Torrens through the spectacular Torrens Gorge. Learn about local wineries and sample their wines along the way. Enjoy your choice of six delicious lunch options. Discover the beauty of the Adelaide Hills as you travel along the River Torrens up past Kangaroo Creek Dam and past a chain of ponds to your first stop, Kersbrook Hill Wines & Cider. Travel onwards over Barossa Reservoir to Williamstown in Southern Barossa and stop at Kies Family Wines for more tastings and a beautiful lunch. In the afternoon, travel to the The Barossa Chocolate Factory, Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, and further wineries before returning to Adelaide at approximately 5:15 PM.

    Very well organised, well selected wineries, very nice lunch at one of the wineries. Peter our guide was very friendly funny and knowledgeable. Great value for the money.

  • Adelaide: Barossa Valley Tour with Platter-Style Lunch

    7. Adelaide: Barossa Valley Tour with Platter-Style Lunch

    Start your day with a collection at your door from either a hotel or other accommodations within Adelaide area. Learn a little about the history of Adelaide, South Australia, and the iconic Barossa Valley as you travel in comfort in a modern vehicle fleet on your way to the spectacular wine region. Your first cellar door visit for the day will be Dell’Uva Wines. Guests will enjoy a truly unique offering at this boutique cellar door, which provides a taste of what the Barossa Valley is becoming more and more known for. Dell'uva offers a different take on the status quo, with one of the largest collections of varietals in the country. With more than 40 different European varietals, you will expand your appreciation of what the valley can offer beyond the classic big reds of Shiraz and Cabernet. This venue also showcases the forgotten art of amphorae (fermentation in wax-lined clay pots), ...

    We had a lovely driver for the day. The wineries we visited were very nice and lunch was excellent. Had plenty of stops along the way and was a great way to see the Barossa Valley.

  • Adelaide: Barossa Tour with Boutique Wineries, Gourmet Lunch

    8. Adelaide: Barossa Tour with Boutique Wineries, Gourmet Lunch

    Travel through the city of Adelaide northwards to the world renowned Barossa wine region. Enjoy the change of scenery as you make your way into the vineyards of South Australia’s premium wine region. Your first stop is Pindarie, which feels more like an Australian homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff share their stories behind the wines as you sample their famous blends in the heritage stables. Sit back and admire their stunning vineyard views while you enjoy some morning tea. The next stop is a visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop*, an absolute must whilst visiting the Barossa. Maggie Beer - cook, writer and founder of 'Maggie Beer Products', offers tastings and sales of her full product range including limited edition seasonal produce. Here you can browse amongst her personally selected regional specialty goods, purchase one of her signed books or simply sit back and take in ...

    A very informative and entertaining tour guide. There was sufficient time at each location, great selection of wine and the lunch was great.

  • From Adelaide: Clare Valley Winery Tour

    9. From Adelaide: Clare Valley Winery Tour

    Discover the history, food, and wine of the Clare Valley region on a winery tour. After getting picked up from your hotel in Adelaide or Glenelg, travel to the historic village of Auburn to enjoy morning tea and a stroll through the quaint streets and antique stores. From Auburn, continue to Mintaro, the home of the Martindale Hall and historical pub, post office, and other stores. Your first winery stop is at Sevenhills Cellars, run by the Jesuit Brothers. Here, visit the historic church and learn more about the first vineyard in the region. Next, sit down to a delicious lunch under the olive groves at Skillogalee Restaurant and Winery. After lunch, if time permits, head to a wine tasting at Kilakanoon Wines. On the way back to Adelaide, pass through the historic mining town of Kapunda where you can enjoy a drink at the Kapunda Hotel or an afternoon coffee.

  • Barossa Valley: Craft Gin Making Experience with Lunch

    10. Barossa Valley: Craft Gin Making Experience with Lunch

    Take part in a craft gin making experience at the exclusive Barossa Gin School. Each of the work stations has a hand-made Italian copper still, ready to be the foundation upon which you will create your recipe. Working with a clean base spirit, allow yourself to be guided through the process of making a craft gin from scratch.  You'll be utilizing some of the most popular botanicals used in gin making today, as well as some not-so-well-known treasures. You’ll learn about the techniques employed to craft gin.  There will be plenty of different botanicals to play with and select from, so there’s ample room to get creative. By the time you’re finished selecting, measuring and recording your recipe, with guidance from the team if required, you’ll be ready to lift the lid on the still. You’ll sit down to a 3-course meal at The Eatery while the stills heat through and work their magic, mixi...

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4.8 / 5

based on 273 reviews

The driver Peter was very friendy and accommodating. A very knowledgeable and nice man. Loved everything about our tour. Especially the wine tasting, our lunch, the visit to the chocolate shop/cafe and last of all a quick visit to Maggie Beers Farm Shop and cafe. Would definitely recommend this company and this tour to everyone.

Our host was incredible (J.R was his name) ! He was extremely knowledgeable and engaging. The wineries were beautiful and the schedule was perfectly planned.

Was a wonderful day out. Bob our guide was fantastic and went out of his way to provide a relaxing exciting tour. All the places we visited were beautiful.

Amazing staff and wonderful morning that we will never forget.... If you are in Adelaide must go and do balloon ride

Was a brilliant day and the tour guide was awesome. Well put together and would highly recommend again!!!