Outdoor,photography,coffee, nature, food and culture lover; seeker of life's simple pleasures.
Published June 26th 2015
Uncork your region's knowledge
The Barossa Visitor Centre offers great reflection of what this wine, food and scenic region has to offer. Ironically, you could spend hours here, learning, discovering and finding out interesting facts about Barossa, without leaving the front door!
Whether you are a meticulous tourist, a spontaneous curious traveler or a budget backpacker needing tips and tricks, this place is sure to impress and help you out on your search for great wine, wholesome food and memorable landscapes.
This old cottage is the hub for wine,food and tourist information.
Located on the main street in Tanunda in an old stone beautiful cottage building is both the visitor hub and local library. If you wish to discover the region by bicycle, you can hire one from here and stock up on maps, brochures and safety tips. There are also coin operated showers to refresh yourself after a small or big ride!
The visitor centre offers a huge range of services; you can book a bed and breakfast or other accommodation or get advice from their region's experts on wedding venues, places to eat, local wineries, tourist attractions, regular events and markets.
You can also purchase unique gifts and souvenirs, including magnets with photographs, wine bottle holders made from old barrels, books, chopping boards, corkscrews, postcards and natural beauty products made locally. It doesn't matter if you are looking for a souvenir for your boss or your mom, you will most likely find something nice here.
The staff here are not only full of knowledge about this hearty region, they are also buzzing with a friendly manner and helpful attitude. If this is your first visit to Barossa, feel free to ask them as many questions as you need, they are really eager to help you have a memorable holiday, weekend or day trip.
If you are not much of a questions person and prefer to research the information yourself, there is hundreds of brochures available on anything and everything in Barossa - grab a few and discover some breathtaking places!
The visitor centre is open 7 days a week, so head to this spot if you want to find out more and learn a bit about one of South Australia's most iconic regions!