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When staying at Barossa Luxury Retreats, we encourage you to make yourselves at home and treat the Barossa as your own backyard. All of the activities listed below are readily available and can be arranged through Barossa Luxury Retreats when you book your stay.


There are a myriad of options for those wishing to be pampered – spa and beauty treatments, massages, bush baths and relaxation therapies. Many of these can be arranged in the privacy of your own suite.


There is no better place to indulge yourself than in the Barossa Valley, which prides itself on fresh, local produce and is home to more than 170 wineries, whose cellar doors offer everything from artisan to global wine brands. Acclaimed chefs abound and quality restaurants, cafes and hotels are strewn throughout the region.


Take to the skies in a helicopter or hot air balloon, hop on a trike or bike, or take a swing at a ball on one of the Barossa Valley’s picturesque golf courses. Well maintained cycle and walking trails wind their way through the Barossa’s main towns, or you can get off the beaten track at Kaiser Stuhl National Park or by following the Heysen or Mawson Trails.


Whether you prefer to watch or get actively involved, the Barossa Valley boasts a large number of internationally acclaimed festivals and events, catering for a wide range of interests, from food, wine and wheels to music, art and film.


Whether you are walking, cycling or driving, the Barossa’s most popular attractions are easily accessible. Self-guided tours are a great way to start and will lead you on a voyage of discovery and delight. The Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail includes a voucher book, while a series of Heritage Walks takes you back to 1842 in the historic townships of Bethany, Tanunda and Angaston. 

For more information on the Barossa, click here www.barossa.com