Retail Therapy

Take a wander up the Barossa towns’ main streets to discover quirky antique shops, food and craft markets, book stores, and gorgeous homeware stores where you’re sure to find a ‘one off’ treasure. The little towns of the Barossa, in particular Tanunda and Angaston are great places to take a leisurely wander and discover an eclectic collection of retail outlets offering everything from fashion, jewelry, homewares, kids clothing, furniture, antiques, art, health and beauty products. Be sure to step into ‘soulful’ Alabaster, in Tanunda, which showcases local artisans and designers.

Shops in Angaston

Shops in Angaston

Viva the Flower Store – flowers, gifts, large canvas floral paintings by Jacqueline Coates

Angaston Cottage Industries – homemade products and homegrown produce (similar to Allerlei in Tanunda)

Barossa Birthstones – jewelry

Anagston Abbey Trading Co. – treasure trove of vintage clothing antiques and wares

>> Visit the Angaston website for more info

Shops in Tanunda

Shops in Tanunda

Ironstone Cottage – homewares and gifts

Alabaster Store – homewares, gifts, ladies fashion

Daisy and Hen – baby and children’s clothing and lifestyle boutique

Ravens Parlour  – book store

Wohlers – furniture and homewares

LamiSuri Boutique – ladies fashion

Pioneer Antiques – oldwares and bric-a-brac

Allerlei – (German for “all kinds of things”)
This quaint little shop sells traditional homemade, handmade products and homegrown produce from local Barossa-German ladies ranging from preserves, jams, plants, quilts, hand knitted rugs, beanies and cute little babies booties.

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