Things To Do

Barossa and Eden Valley’s rich wine producing region brings in a distinctive blend of wine and food culture. The valley is approximately 20 kilometres wide and 30 kilometres long, with German and English style villages dotted with churches, chateaus, and art galleries.

Jacobs Creek Table Restaurant


Our hotel is located in the heart of the Barossa Valley  wine region. We’re surrounded by some of Australia’s best wineries where you can discover sensory winery experiences and take in breath-taking views over vineyards while sampling a range of great wines matched with locally sourced food.

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Experience the breathtaking views and serenity of the beautiful Barossa Valley as you float high above the ground with Barossa Valley Ballooning. Peaceful, yet exhilarating, your sunrise hot air balloon adventure will give you a perspective like no other of this world-famous wine region.

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Barossa Valley Ballooning

The Whispering Wall

The Whispering Wall is the perfect place to stop and stretch your legs with wriggly kids after a long drive. Actually the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir, this curving structure demonstrates surprising acoustic properties. Speak at one end of the wall, and a friend or family member can hear your words at the other end, more than 140 meters away.

This quirky attraction is a hit with the kids and one of the best free things to do in the Barossa Valley. The views across the blue water and surrounding bushland are worth the stop as well.

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