As we all know, the Barossa is world-famous for its wines and historic cellar doors, but the adults don’t get to have all the fun. You’ll find plenty of parks, playgrounds and gardens around the region, plus several family-friendly wineries. Stay with us at the Barossa Weintal, located in the centre of the beautiful Barossa Valley, offering a variety of rooms and suites.
A unique activity for the whole family, The Whispering Wall in Willamstown, a small village in the Barossa. What draws visitors to the Whispering Wall is its unique acoustic effects, words whispered at one side can be clearly heard at the other, more than 100 metres away. Children (and adults!) can share secrets from one side of the wall to the other.
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An interactive activity for all ages, head to Barossa Bowland and Mini Golf at Tanunda. With a modern, colourful 12 lane bowling centre and the largest licensed mini golf course with 18 holes, there is something for everyone.
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Lyndoch Lavender Farm
Stroll through more than two hectares of lavender at the multi-award winning Lyndoch Lavender Farm. The whole family can touch and smell more than 90 different varieties while being surrounded by an abundance of birds, butterflies and Bearded Dragons. There is also a café offering light meals and wine tastings as well as a fantastic range of lavender products.
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Barossa Farmers Market
The Barossa Farmers Market is a community produce market open every Sunday with an amazing array of stallholders. With plenty of attractions for the whole family, think freshly roasted coffee and blended teas for the parents and confectionary and face painting for the kids, it’s a great weekend morning activity in the Barossa.
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Header Image via Big4 Barossa Tourist Park