With the early Barossan settlers' Osterhase (or Easter Bunny) hopping away to hibernation for another year - but with the school holidays still in full swing and the Anzac break upon us, this is a great time to visit the Barossa as Autumn settles over the Valley.
As you see in our pictures here, the lush green vines of summer have given up their fine vintage and the exquisite autumn yellows and greens of the myriad vines are casting an unforgettable glow over the Barossa - and with temperatures ranging from 22 degrees to 26 degrees and only slightly cloudy days for the next week, the Barossa is at its best. This Easter Monday night is balmy and the stars are at their brightest on a cloudless night.
So get up to the Valley - and get our Talking Tours to make the most of your visit. Use our Contact Form on our website www.barossatalkingtours.com and if you're coming through Williamstown, we'll arrange for you to pick up your tour - or of course we can post them to you!
Barossa Talking Tours provides an entertaining and informative look at the Barossa Valley as an audio tour - perfect for car or caravan!