How to Reach Barossa Valley

The Barossa is approximately 70 kilometres north east of Adelaide and easily accessible by road in just over hour.

By road:
There are a number of routes into the Barossa. From Adelaide take Main North Road (A20) to Sturt Highway and enter via Gawler and the Barossa Valley Way. Or, from Adelaide take Lower North East Road (A10) out of Adelaide and travel through Chain of Ponds in the Adelaide Hills to Williamstown in the southern Barossa. From Melbourne via Eden Valley, turn off at Murray Bridge and travel to Palmer and Tungkillo and enter at Mount Pleasant. Or travel via the South Eastern Freeway (M1), exit at Hahndorf and travel through the Adelaide Hills via Birdwood to Williamstown. From Sydney and Mildura, take the A20 via Renmark and enter at Truro and Nuriootpa.

By air: Adelaide is well serviced by regular domestic and international flights with hire cars available at the airport for bookings call 1300 13 69 70. For private charters there is a light-plane airport at Parafield, just 45 minutes south of the Barossa in metropolitan Adelaide.

By coach or chaufferured vehicle: Tour Barossa offers a door to door service from Adelaide airport from $150 AUD in luxury Chrysler 300C or an 11 seat mini bus for groups larger than 4 people.

Public Transport
A daily bus service makes regular stops at townships along the route from both Adelaide to the Barossa, ideal for either a day-trip or a longer stay.

Local taxi services are available seven days a week. If requiring a taxi during the evening, you are encouraged to book ahead.