1-Day Grand Barossa with The Cedars, Adelaide Hills from Adelaide

  • Tour code: 545-782
  • Available: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
  • Depart from: Adelaide, Australia
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Barossa Valley Wineries, Wine Tasting, Adelaide Hills, The Cedars

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Day 1

The Barossa Valley has a characteristic splendour of its own. European chateaux set within vineyards enhance the multi colours of the changing seasons where villages dot the valleys, on this day of picturesque and taste bud contrasts. The Cedars - the house and historic working studio of Australia's greatest watercolourist completes a special day.


  • Scenic tour following the Torrens River through the spectacular Torrens Gorge
  • Skirt Kangaroo Creek Reservoir and Millbrooke Reservoir
  • Williamstown with its beautiful stone buildings
  • Lyndoch Bakery - the aroma of fresh coffee and pastries! Enjoy a complimentary coffee or tea and a German sampler plate of sweet treats
  • Learn the winemaking process on a guided 'Behind the Scenes' tour at Richmond Grove Wines, located in a charming historic chateau
  • View the original winery built in 1897 with traditional winemaking equipment
  • Enjoy a tutored wine tasting incorporating basic wine education
  • Take in panoramic views over the Barossa Valley from Mengler's Hill lookout
  • Enjoy a sumptuous two course lunch at Barossa Chateau
  • Opportunity for tasting at Creek Wines
  • Travel through the picturesque Adelaide Hills
  • Visit The Cedars - the house and studio of Australian landscape artist Sir Han Heysen set on a 60 hectare property
  • Wander through this gracious old home still owned by the Heysen family today
  • Marvel at the fine collection of paintings and drawings
  • See the painting Anna Pavlova wished to buy
  • Discover Heysen's working studio built in 1912 which he used until his death in 1968
  • A walking trail leads visitors to much loved painting locations used by the artist
  • Opportunity to visit the studio of Nora Heysen - Archibald prize winner and daughter of Hans Heysen
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