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REGION 44 | www.duesouthaustralia.com.au The Barossa is bursting with new discoveries and hidden gems. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Our Picks Grab a bike and ride the Jack Bobridge Track between Gawler and Tanunda past towering gums and sweeping vineyards. Head to the old Vintners Sheds outside Angaston on a Saturday morning to explore the Barossa Farmers Market. Leave the driving to someone else and travel in style with Barossa Daimler Tours. A unique way to tour the Barossa. Indulge in an extravagant high tea at Barossa Chateau – home to one of the largest rose collections in the world, with over five kilometres of walking paths. Tour the precinct of Seppeltsfield Road – home to 16 wineries, luxury accommodation and a range of fine dining options. Follow the Barossa Heritage Trail to uncover the rich Lutheran heritage of the Barossa. 6 5 2 1 Relax with a picnic basket from the Farm Shop at Maggie Beer’s in Nuriootpa.
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