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Barossa Overnight

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Grand Barossa Tour with overnight accomodation options, Barossa Valley Wineries, Wine Tasting, Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf

Highlights

Enjoy uncovering the Barossa Valley with its Bavarian villages and stunning vineyard scenery during your Grand Barossa Tour 584 up to lunch at Chateau Barossa. Check in after lunch and leave the tour to enjoy the area at your leisure. Re-join the tour the following day and continue through the Adelaide Hills to Hahndorf and back to Adelaide.

Inclusions

  • Day One: As per Grand Barossa Tour 584 up to Wolf Blass then separate private transfer to accommodation, wine tasting at Novotel Barossa Valley, afternoon at leisure, two course dinner and one night Standard Studio King Bed accommodation.
  • Day Two: Continental breakfast, local touring, wine tastings, winery lunch, transfer to Wolf Blass to re-join Gray Line coach tour to visit Hahndorf.

Exclusions

  • Optional Gratuities

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ITINERARY

  • View the grand and historic homesteads of North Adelaide
  • The Dry Creek Salt Crystallization Pans and Adelaide’s plains
  • Approach the Barossa Valley through the magnificent Seppeltsfield Estate
  • A welcome and wine tasting at this historic winery - a chance to see, if not taste their favourite Ports dating back 100 years and more
  • Soak up the art of wine making on a guided tour of the home of one of the world’s best known wine brands, Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre and Cellar Door
  • Perhaps even a visit to the famous Creek
  • Uncover the mystery of wines at a tutored wine tasting, involving an amazing sensory experience
  • Enjoy a sumptuous two course lunch at Barossa Chateau
  • Tour of the Hermann Thumm Collection in the Chateau’s private museum
  • A stroll through the Southern Hemisphere’s largest rose garden, opened by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
  • Wine tasting at Creed Wines
  • If time allows, a chance to see and experience the Whispering Wall of the Barossa Reservoir
  • Visit Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement with its Elm tree-lined main street, quaint cottages, inns, cellar doors, craft shops and galleries, artisan cheese and small goods makers, bakers and tea rooms
  • Delight in the Adelaide Hills’ villages of Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.

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