For those with limited time this day tour starts and finishes in Adelaide and allows you to see the highlights of Kangaroo Island departing from and returning to Adelaide. Visit Seal Bay to walk on the beach with sea lions and visit Hanson Bay wildlife sanctuary. Explore Flinders Chase National park where you will walk to Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. So much packed into one day including lunch.
All about the 1 Day Barossa Valley Tour
Travel to the Barossa Valley and marvel at its stunning vineyards and Bavarian influences. Breathe in the fresh air and the beauty of the Adelaide Hills, dotted with peaceful villages wrapped in leafy greenness.
A wonderful wine tour.
1 Day Barossa Valley Tour Itinerary - 1 days
Travel through the Adelaide Hills to the most famous wine making region in Australia – the Barossa Valley. On the way to your first wine tasting, you will stop at the world’s largest Rocking Horse and the amazing Whispering Wall.
Jacob’s Creek Winery is one of the most well known in Australia and at their Visitor’s Centre you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the winery, and enjoy an educational wine tasting presentation.
At the small, family-owned winery, Kies, the wines here are only sold at their cellar door. At their rustic winery cottage you can taste a selection of their wines.
A hearty Aussie barbeque lunch of marinated kangaroo, steak, sausages, chicken and salads will be prepared by your guide.
After lunch you will get to tour the cellars and taste the wine at the pretty Richmond Grove winery, situated on the edge of the North Para River.
After a quick stop at the Menglers’s Hill Lookout for a view across the valley, the fourth and final winery you will visit is the historic Seppeltsfield winery.
You will return to Adelaide by about 5pm.
|Tour code: BVGG|
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