The Barossa is characterised by its rich heritage, rolling hills, stone churches and iconic vinyards. Our 22,000 citizens mostly live in six major towns and some smaller villages, and are proud of our history and culture.
The Barossa is famous for its premium wine and world renowned as an iconic tourist destination. Both wine and tourism are major drivers of our regional economy, with over 60 cellar door sales outlets and 250,000 to the Barossa each year.
Our many artisan food producers contribute to our culinary heritage, and the weekly Farmers Markets at Angaston and Mount Pleasant are a great showcase of our regional produce. The Barossa also boasts many family friendly activities - why not grab a bike and cycle through our picturesque towns or visit the Barossa Regional Gallery?