Art, History & Culture

Throughout the Barossa’s towns you’ll find art galleries, studios and craft outlets and historic walking trails. Galleries and studios offer the chance to visit local artisans at work, partake in workshops or purchase a special memento of your visit to the Barossa.

In August each year, a number of wineries throughout the region exhibit works as part of the South Australian Living Arts Festival. There are great ‘living’ history experiences that will get you out and about exploring the region and learning at the same time!

Visit the village of Seppeltsfield for a tour of Seppeltsfield Estate, one of the oldest Barossa wineries. On the same site is the JamFactory, contemporary craft and design studio, gallery and shop housed within an historic 1850s stables building. The historic towns of Tanunda and Angaston and the village of Bethany all have interesting heritage trails to follow.

JamFactory Seppeltsfield

JamFactory at Seppeltsfield is a contemporary craft and design studio, gallery and shop housed within an historic 1850s stables building. It provides a space for…

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Heritage walks

Tanunda Heritage Trail Follow the markers on the 2.5km trail through Tanunda. Historic photos and tales of the early days of the Barossa offer a…

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Painting Workshops, Barossa

Salon Rouge Gallery

Based in Kapunda, Jacqueline Coates is well known for her large canvas floral paintings. Jacqueline’s love of natural beauty, gardens and grandeur is reflected in her…

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Barossa Regional Gallery

The Barossa Regional Gallery in Tanunda is a community run art space for works by local Barossa artists and also displays regularly changing temporary and touring exhibitions…

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Seppeltsfield Estate Heritage Tour

One of the oldest Barossa Wineries established  in 1851, Seppeltsfield Estate is a heritage listed South Australian icon. This is a must for every visitor…

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