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Until 31 Mar 20 by 4pm or until sold out
4 days / 3 nights suggested Self Drive
per person share twin
Self-Drive Aussie: Taste of the Barossa
4 days/3 nights suggested Self-Drive
Price Guide from $729 per person share twin
✔ 1 night Adelaide Hills
✔ 2 nights Barossa Valley
✔ 4 days Hertz rental car hire (Group A)
Day 1: Adelaide – Adelaide Hills (32km)
Make your first stop at Mount Lofty Summit for spectacular views back over Adelaide to the sea. Allow plenty of time to explore the German township of Hahndorf and its many art and craft stores.
Day 2: Adelaide Hills – Barossa (51km)
Head to Lyndoch, the official start of the Barossa. Here you’ll discover the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre at Rowland Flat and the enchanting village of Bethany. Continue on to Angaston, home of Australia’s oldest family-owned winery, Yalumba. Browse in the town's art and craft galleries and if you’re in the area on a Saturday, make a stop at the famous Barossa Farmers Market.
Be a winemaker for the day at Penfolds winery, visit Maggie Beer’s famous farm shop for a bite to eat and sample her wonderful selection of gourmet food products.
Day 3: Barossa
The Barossa is one of the world’s great wine regions, renowned for its food and wine and cultural experiences! Take your time to soak in the wealth of Barossa experiences on offer, from cycling tours, wine tasting, degustations and lots more! The Barossa is bursting with new discoveries and hidden gems! It can be a day of meeting winemakers and mingling with proud locals.
Day 4: Barossa – Adelaide (78km)
Time to say goodbye to the Barossa and drive 50 minutes to Adelaide. Day
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Valid for new bookings only until 31 Mar 20 or until sold out • Prices are correct as at 17 Jul 19 • Prices are subject to change without notice until time of confirmation. Prices may vary due to a number of factors including tax and surcharge increases, exchange rate movements and availability • Prices are per person twin share in NZ dollars based on payment at time of booking • Some surcharges and closeouts may apply • Subject to availability at the time of booking • Amendment and cancellation fees apply – please ask your House of Travel consultant.
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