You can see our climate diagram above. January is the warmest month of the year in Barossa with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 30°. However, temperatures can go lower than 6° in Barossa in June. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is February.
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Food and Wine in Barossa: The Finer Things in Life
Fine dining and wines are what make Barossa popular. In South Australia's gourmet capital, you won't have to travel far from your villa or bed and breakfast to find the ideal dining location. Barossa Trust Mark food licences are awarded to establishments who provide authentic cuisine using only the finest local ingredients. These restaurants, caterers, and brewers uphold a commitment to providing high-level sustainable hospitality service in the Barossa region.
A trip along Seppeltsfield Road is a diner's delight. This 10km stretch of road is where you'll find some of Barossa's most famous culinary establishments. Appellation Restaurant, Hentley Farm, fermentAsian, and Vintners Bar & Grill are some of the great restaurants found here. Of note is the historic Chateau Yaldara Winery. It offers beautiful views across the North Para River as you dine in their acclaimed Hermann's Restaurant. Their menu of seasonal and traditional dishes is matched with their award-winning wines.
If you love Barossa wines, why not add a rare vintage bottle to your collection? The Barossa Grape and Wine Assosciation hold the Barossa Wine Live Auction and Lunch every year. This is a unique oppurtunity to expand your collection with selections from some of the region's most celebrated winegrowers. Normally held in April, the auction is an exciting way to end your holiday with a cherished memento of your visit.
What to See and Do in Barossa
Home to some of the most famous Australian wineries, Barossa has many options for you to taste and tour the vineyards of your favourite label. Take the ultimate wine tour of the Centennial Cellar in Seppeltsfield for a special treat. Here you'll get to try a vintage Tawny port from your birth year, direct from the barrel. Of course, it's not just the wine that brings people to Barossa; there's the food as well. Grab a picnic hamper and map from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre in Tanunda, and get ready for a day's adventure.
The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail takes you around the Barossa Valley, with some fantastic gourmet food stops along the way. Fill your basket with hand-made cheese, smoked sausages, freshly baked bread, and other seasonal delights on this self-drive tour. Just remember to leave some space for a few bottles of your favourite wine from one of the wineries on the route. Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Jacob's Creek, and Seppeltsfield are just some you can visit.
With all this indulgence, perhaps a little exercise may be needed. Hire a bike or bring your own, and cycle from your accommodation through the serene Barossa landscape. If you want a more relaxed option for getting around, hop on an electric Segway from Segway Sensation SA at Seppeltsfield Winery to enjoy their guided tours of the estate.
Luxury Holidays in Barossa
Luxury and relaxation walk hand in hand throughout the Barossa Valley. Experience the beautiful countryside in the calm dawn light with a balloon trip over the picturesque landscape. The serenity of floating above the vineyards and villages is an unforgettable experience. Toast your adventure with a fine sparkling wine on board, and afterwards enjoy a gourmet breakfast prepared with the finest ingredients.
For a truly luxurious wine tour like no other, Two Hands Wines provides a fully customised private vineyard experience. Pickup in a chauffeur-driven car from your luxury rental villa to a small airfield for a helicopter trip marks the start of your dream day. After a private tour around the vineyard sites in a Land Rover, enjoy a fine three-course meal at one of the many excellent restaurants. Coupled with the fine wines of the region chosen especially for you, this is sure to make your visit to the Barossa Valley special.
Information about holiday rentals in Barossa
|🏡 Holiday rentals available||190 properties|
|💳 Discounts available||up to 36%|
|🌙 Nightly prices from||$134|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Pool, Fireplace and Internet|
|🐾 Pet friendly lettings||18 properties|
|🏊 Holiday rentals with pools||55 properties|
Frequently Asked Questions
How much should I expect to pay for a holiday letting in Barossa?
When visiting Barossa Valley, you can find holiday rentals from as little as $134 per night.
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There are loads of options for holiday accommodation in Barossa, with 190 offers available.
What holiday rental amenities do people typically look for when visiting Barossa Valley?
The top accommodation priorities for visitors to Barossa Valley are Pool, Fireplace and Internet.
How many accommodation offers are there in Barossa?
You can browse 190 holiday lettings in Barossa, and find great deals from $134 per night.
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