Category: Barossa

Travel with a Local – Michael Wohlstadt

Written on May 23, 2019 in Barossa

Nestled between the Barossa towns of Lyndoch and Williamstown is the farm of Michael Wohlstadt – who’s also known as The Dairyman. View this post on Instagram This Sunday @adelfarmmarket . My good friends Grace and Philip will be there. I'll be @cheesefest_ferment .. A post shared by Michael Wohlstadt (@thedairymanbarossa) on Oct 26, 2018.....

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In the Family Way

Written on April 17, 2019 in Barossa

In the lead up to the Barossa Vintage Festival from 24 to 28 April, we speak with Brett Hayes, proprietor of Hayes Family Wines, about what the Festival means to his team and what visitors can expect at their event. Brett Hayes of Hayes Family Wines has been producing wines for the people of the...

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How to Spend Easter in SA’s Regions 2019

Written on April 12, 2019 in Adelaide

The Easter long weekend is fast approaching, and a four-day break is too good an opportunity not to make the most of. We think Easter is best spent exploring the nooks and crannies of regional South Australia, so pack the car, bundle the kids in, and hit the road because we’re on the search for...

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Family Fun at the Festival

Written on April 5, 2019 in Barossa

The 2019 Barossa Vintage Festival kicks off in three weeks’ time with the best of the region’s food, wine, arts and crafts being showcased over five, jam-packed days. The event promises to be a “celebration of the Barossa’s story” offering a variety of experiences to suit any budget, from cellar door tours, to food tastings...

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Taste Your Way Around the Barossa

Written on January 27, 2019 in Barossa

Take a look at our favourite dining destinations around the Barossa. FermentAsian With its culinary roots firmly entrenched in the Vietnamese heritage of the owners, FermentAsian in Tanunda actively supports local producers. Many of the pungent herbs used in the eclectic dishes come from the chef’s home gardens with a nice menu coupled with f...

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WHAT’S ON: Australia Day 2019

Written on January 23, 2019 in Barossa

It’s the first long weekend for 2019 and we don’t plan on wasting it! From Adelaide Hill’s winery festivals and beach escapes in Yorke Peninsula to tuna tossing in Eyre Peninsula, take a look at our list of things to do that will keep you entertained from Friday to Sunday. MAJOR EVENTS  Crush Festival 25-27 Adelaide Hills...

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3 Reasons to Visit the Barossa

Written on November 20, 2018 in Barossa

The Barossa is renowned for its food and wine, cultural activities and easy-going lifestyle. With a unique history and a rich, wholesome community, it’s a region you’ll never want to leave. Here are three reasons you should visit this slice of heaven, just an hour from Adelaide. Food There is an unparalleled contemporary food culture...

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Barossa Seasons / Winter 2018

Written on June 26, 2018 in Barossa

The days may be darker, the nights may be cooler, but this Winter the Barossa is heating up. Doing what they do best, the Barossa is hosting seven food and wine events over July 6-9, promising fiery long table dinners, wine and truffle evenings and even a catered bonfire night! Take a look at what’s...

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Best of Regional Fringe

Written on February 20, 2018 in Adelaide

Undoubtedly our States best time of the year, the Adelaide Fringe always packs a punch with magnificent acts and artists travelling from far and wide to perform on our shores. With so much to see and do in the city, it’s easy to bypass the incredible regional events that take place. For those who live...

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Forage Supply Co. Join the Movement

Written on December 5, 2017 in Barossa

  When I sat down with Scott Rogasch and Justin Westhoff of Barossa Born ‘Forage Supply Co.’ on a piping hot morning at Stirling’s Organic Market Cafe – I thought I was in for a fairly straightforward conversation about growing some veggies and cooking them up in a van, as a sustainable alternative to the...

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