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Things to do in Barossa Valley

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Point of Interest
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Travel Agency
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Scenic Lookout
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Restaurant
“if you're heading to the Barossa or Whispering Wall call in for breakfast, lunch or great coffee. Café open from 9am daily, except Mondays. Children welcome.”
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Point of Interest
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Administrative Area Level 2
“Spend a day in the Barossa Valley. We recommend a tour with Greenbanks Tours or for larger groups book a bus with Des Mini Bus. However if you really want to see the Barossa in style charter a Chopper for the day through Barossa Helicopters. With pick up available direct from 'Jura House' enjoy a day out in the Barossa by Chopper.”
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Point of Interest
Bike Rental / Bike Share
“The Mawson Trail is a long-distance cycling trail in South Australia starting just east of Adelaide in the Adelaide Hills and extending almost 900 kilometres to Blinman in the Flinders Ranges. It is suitable for mountain bikes. On ya bike! ”
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Point of Interest
“I haven't been on a tour myself but it's run by the dad of kids I went to school with and supposed to be great!”
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Park
“it's a good place for children to see native animals and is usually pretty quiet. Also very cheap.”
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Route
“The Mawson Trail is a 900km mountain bikers track that passes through the Barossa. Try a section. Not suitable for road bikes.”
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