Tour prices
2 Adults Private Chauffeured $580
4 Adults $170 per person includes lunch
5 to 11 Adults $148 per person includes lunch

Barossa Valley Tours

Choose 5 wineries

Chateau Tanunda – Seppeltsfield – Henschke – Penfold’s – Kalleske

Jacob’s Creek – St Hugo – Tscharke’s – David Franz – Chateau Yalumba

Torbreck – Lambert Estate – Maggie beers – Paul Mara – Chateau Yaldara

Langmeil – Peter Lehmann – Kaisler – Elderton – Rolf Binder – Rusdden

Rockford’s -Grant Burge – Bethany – Charles Merlton – St Hallet

Choose 5 wineries with our tour planner

Experience and enjoy a private Barossa Valley winery tour tailored to the needs of your group. We’ll create a tour itinerary to include a great selection of wineries, premium cellar doors add a visit to a local distillery, a brewery, the Chocolaterie and your day is perfect !!!

Barrel wine tasting

Barossa Valley tours depart adelaide or your chosen location.

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Henschke Tour

Tour Barossa Valley – Henschke Cellar door tour is a 1 hour drive each way and offers a great wine tasing experience,

The Henschke Cellar Door, housed in the original 1860s Grain Barn at the family property in Keyneton was built from field stone and mud by first-generation winemaker Johann Christian Henschke, a stonemason and wheelwright by trade, and an early pioneer of South Australia.

Henschke Cellar door tours
Lavender in South Australia

Not only does it have an intoxicating scent, lavender looks simply divine in the garden. You can find it in classic deep-purple tones, but it’s also available in dark-to-pale pinks, pastel purples and even white. Lavenders require little maintenance once established, and the flowers are suited to drying for craft projects. It truly is a herb that has it all!

Climate for Lavenders

Climate Lavenders thrive in warm, temperate climates, but also grow in cool and cold areas, depending on the variety. As natives of the Mediterranean, they ideally like their summers hot and dry, and winters cool. English lavender does not tolerate humid summers very well, but other lavenders will happily grow in areas of mild humidity. Frost tolerance varies with the species, so check plant labels before buying.

Aspect Plant in full sun and protect from strong winds. If there are spots in the garden that bask in the hot afternoon heat, plant lavenders – they will love it! However, lavenders will also grow in semi-shade, provided the soil conditions are met.

Adelaide to Barossa Valley tours
Barossa Valley Tours from Adelaide Hotels – Mayfair – Hilton Hotel – Stamford Grand – Stamford Plazza – Aldina or from your chosen accomodation.

Wine Valley Tours – Barossa Valley winery tours include these pick up points.

wine tasting
Glasses of wine