Chateau Tanunda, built in 1890 from bluestone quarried at nearby Bethany, is steeped in history. It's an awe-inspiring place to visit, combining historic winery buildings and a stunning cellar door. The building is surrounded by vineyards and beautifully landscaped gardens, a great place to stop and relax while in the valley.
Clonlea Park, on the banks of the North Para River, offers exceptional opportunities for recreation, quiet reflection and quality time with others as you enjoy the delightful natural setting with its open grasslands and magnificent river red gums.
Learn more about what goes into making great wines through participating in a walking tour of the Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre display vineyard. Our tour host will provide an overview of the 14 different grapes varieties grown in the vineyard that are featured in some of Australia's most famous wines. A tutored wine tasting will follow, incorporating six wines and basic wine education on the sensory evaluation process.
Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door is situated in Tanunda on the banks of the North Para River. It is set amongst tall red gums, sweeping lawns and colourful displays of flowers. Picnic tables are scattered across the lawns inviting visitors to take their time and enjoy one of our local produce platters.
The Whispering Wall is in fact the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir. Built between 1899 and 1903, the dam was a revolutionary engineering feat for its day and attracted attention from all over the world, even making its way into the pages of the journal Scientific American.