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Taste of the Barossa Suggested Self Drive

4 Days/3 Nights car hire from $85 per day
Flights are additional

4 Days/3 Nights car hire from
per day
Flights are additional

Taste of the Barossa Suggested Self Drive - ​​4 days/​3 nights

Discover the Barossa with a three day selfdrive. The heart of the nation’s wine industry is just under an hours’ drive from Adelaide. This drive enters the region through the picturesque Adelaide Hills and winds its way through magnificent countryside.

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Deal includes
• Rental car: Hertz (Group c) from $85 per day

Flights are additional
Travel: from 01 Apr 17-29 Mar 18 

Day 1: Adelaide – Adelaide Hills (40km)
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 (50km)
Head to Lyndoch, the official start of the Barossa. Here you’ll discover
the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre at Rowland Flat, Orlando Wyndham’s
restaurant and cellar door and the enchanting village of Bethany.
Continue on to Angaston, home of Australia’s oldest family-owned
winery, Yalumba. In Angaston, 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. Head to Penfold’s winery, where you
can have a go at being a winemaker for a day on a ‘Blend Your Own
Tour’. Just out of the town, visit Maggie Beer’s famous farm shop for a
bite to eat. While there, don’t forget to sample her wonderful selection
of gourmet food products or join one of the free cooking demonstrations
held at 2pm daily.
Day 3: Barossa
Fossick for gold, opal, garnet or diamonds at the Mount Crawford Forest
Reserve. Different to other conservation parks, this one is in a historic
mining area. Grab a Forestry SA permit first from the Mount Crawford
Information Centre. Even if your search for sparkles comes up emptyhanded, the park is fabulous for bushwalking, cycling and horse riding. It has some fantastic spots for picnicking or camping but make sure to look out for those old mine shafts!
Day 4: Barossa – Adelaide (72km)

Bethany – Home of Bethany Wines, established in 1852.
Nuriootpa – Try your hand at wine making and learn about the
characteristics and blends.
Barossa Farmers Market - Held in the Vintners Sheds near Angaston.
There are more than 30 stalls to wander through and the freshest of local
produce available.
See the Barossa by Air - Take a hot air balloon flight and see Barossa
from the skies. Or if you are not keen on the early morning start – opt for
a helicopter ride over the region instead.
Seppeltsfield Road – Drive down Seppeltsfield Road and discover 16
wineries, luxury accommodation, fine dining restaurants, and an art
Historical Churches – With a strong Lutheran heritage the Barossa is
home to more than 20 historic churches. They are dotted throughout the
region and worth a visit.
Barossa Museum – Soak up some history at this museum located in

Our favourite places to stay:
• Adelaide Hills Country Cottages
• Novotel Barossa Valley Resort
• The Louise

Terms and Conditions

Valid for new bookings only from 01 Apr 17 until ​29 Mar 18 or until sold out. Full payment is required within 7 days of reservation being made and no later than 5 pm 29 Mar 18 All travel must be commenced and completed between 01 Apr 17 and 29 Mar 18 Some surcharges, closeouts, and one way fees apply. Price may vary depending on availability. • Airfares are not included and are an additional cost • Advertised prices are per person share twin based on payment by cash or cheque. Credit card fees will apply • Amendment and cancellation fees apply • Rental Cars are subject to availability • Please ask your House of Travel consultant for full details.

Sale Period

Until 29 Mar 18

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