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Beyond Wine: Exploring the Diverse Attractions of Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley is a unique region in Australia renowned for grape farming and wine production. While most people visit this region to explore the vineyards and taste wines, there are many other things to do. Some of them are not only fun-filled but are also family-friendly.

Here are the diverse attractions and things to doin Barossa Valley.

Ride Hot Air Balloon Over the Barossa Valley

A hot air balloon ride is one of the most thrilling and exciting activities at Barossa Valley. The ride takes place early in the morning, and you will have a great time floating over the beautiful valley with vineyards. And after the ride, be sure to be treated to a tasty breakfast and a glass of fine wine to relieve the tension.

Go Kayaking on the Warren Reservoir

Kayaking is another outdoor activity you can enjoy while in Barossa Valley. The perfect spot to visit for this kind of activity is Warren Reservoir. Alternatively, you can visit the South Australian reservoirs. You can choose a single or double kayak—be sure you will have an expert guide helping you throughout the process.

Taste Craft Beer or Gin

Besides wines, Barossa Valley offers some of the best locally crafted beers you can taste during your visit. There are reputable craft beer makers, including the Steins Taphouse, Rehn Bier, Western Ridge Brewing, and Barossa Valley Brewing. If beer tasting is not your thing, you can try gin tasting at Seppeltsfield Road Distillers and Barossa Distilling Company. There are also some restaurants in Tanunda offering craft beer tasting. But doing your research before the visit will be an excellent idea.

Shop at the Farmer’s Market

If you want to indulge in a shopping spree while in Barossa, visit the Barossa Valley Farmer’s Market. This market is full of fresh produce, and you can buy almost everything. From eggs, fresh vegetables, cheeses, fruits, pastries,meat, honey, olives, olive oils, bread, and fresh grapes to anything in between, the prices are also reasonable. The market is open every Saturday morning from 7:30 to 11:30 am.

After exploring Barossa Valley and enjoying its different exciting activities, you should stop at The Club House Barossa for dinner. We are a leading Barossa Valley hotel that serves the finest wines and delicious meals. We also offer luxury accommodation. Call us today for more information.


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