Not sure where to go?

Here are links to some of the best wineries and restaurants in each of the three regions we visit. Have a look and if there is something of interest that you'd like to add to a tour you are taking, let us know and we can make all the arrangements. This is not a complete list, so have a surf around the net, new places are opening all the time and we're happy to visit those too.


Year of Your Birth Tasting - $65 per person.
Centenary Tasting - $150 per person.

Barossa Helicopters

Various scenic flights, different flight paths and durations. Prices vary per person and number of people per flight from $40

Shaw and Smith

Tasting and cheese pairing - $20 per person.

Melba's Chocolates

It's a working chocolate factory producing chocolate coated everything and right next door is "Woodside Cheese Wrights", some of the best cheeses in the state, try and/or buy. 


Fox Creek

Vineyard and Winery Tour Mon or Thur - Complementary, bookings required.

Prancing Pony

Guided Tasting of all 6 Beers - $20 per person.
Guided Tasting & Brewery Tour - $25 per person.
Guided Tasting, Tour and Platters - $35 per person.

Wirra Wirra

Trott's Tales Mon to Fri - $20 per person.
Shiraz Revolution 1.5hrs - $50 per person. (4 times weekly)
Classic McLaren Vale 1.5hrs - $50 per person. (3 x weekly)
Church Block Blending Class 2.5hrs - $150 per person. (8 min.)
Savouring South Aust. 3hrs - $200 per person. (8 person min.)
Signature Day Tour 5hrs - $280 per person (8 person min.)

Even more adventures are available at many locations in each of the tour regions. Like cooking? there are cooking demos daily at Maggie Beer's (2pm), cooking classes at Food Luddite Kitchen Studio in the Barossa or Hands On Fridays cooking classes at Chapel Hill in McLaren Vale, Like the sky? there's open cockpit scenic flights at Adelaide Biplanes in the Vale or Balloon Flights with Barossa Balloon Adventures in the Valley. Want something for the kids while you enjoy a glass or two? playgrounds, a sculpture park and family friendly cellar doors offering toys n books and ball games in all areas, even animals at places like Cleland Wildlife Park or Hahndorf Farm Barn in the Hills.

There are many exciting or relaxing or rewarding or satisfying or simply surprising things to do in the three most recognisable wine regions in South Australia and so close to Adelaide, now recognised as one of the "Great Wine Capitals of the World".  

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