The Barossa Valley, South Australia

The Barossa Valley in South Australia is the main wine producing region in so wine lovers will definitely enjoy this spot. It is a home to the world’s famous Penfolds Grange Hermitage red wine. This beautiful area is also rich in customs and culture. It is a truly green area with several rows upon rows of grapevines.

The top ten things to do here include; have a bite from Maggie Beer Farm shop no matter how little. A hot air balloon ride over this valley will reveal a soft and lovely side you can experience on ground. Visit the whispering walls at Williamstown that was built in the 1900’s and be sure to tell them a secret or two. Say hello to the Herbig Family tree; which has nothing to do with ancestry. Watch the heartwarming Norm’s Coolies which is a show that involves top performing sheep dogs.

Try to visit Barossa on a Saturday so you can visit the farmers market. Visit the Greenock Aviation Museum and make sure you don’t leave Barossa Valley without a bit of its history at Antique and More shop. Barossa Valley will certainly serve you with a great time.

The best time to visit the Barossa Valley is during early March, the weather has cooled down and the peak tourists season has ended. Making this the perfect time to visit.

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