About 75 kilometers from downtown Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, Barossa Valley, is the leading wine producing area in South Australia, producing about 1/4 of Australia's wines. Along with (Hunter Valley), Hunter Valley, New South Wales, and (Yarra Valley), Victoria, it is known as Australia's three major wine valleys.
Barossa Valley is large and scenic, scattered with more than 80 wineries, large and small, where visitors can taste wine and listen to historical wine legends. This is a rich and dynamic area of architecture, art, wine, food and music. Today, walking through Barosa, touching the eyes is made up of continuous grape vines composed of green waves, the air brimming with Qin grapes and flowers and plants fragrance, let people intoxicated.
Barossa Valley in summer is like a lush ink painting, and in late autumn it becomes a golden-red painting. January and February of each year is a local festival in the Barosha Valley. If tourists are lucky enough to visit at this time, they can take part in many local entertainment activities. October is the Balosa Valley music festival, everyone can hold a glass of red wine, listen to wonderful music, enjoy the scenery like oil painting, relaxed, happy.
Barosha Benfu (Penfolds), Barosa Manor (Barossa Chateau), Jacob's Creek), Barosa Sharp Winery (Seppeltsfield) and others are Barossa Valley's most famous and most visited wineries. Program, a well-known variety art in China, was photographed in Barosha in the third season.
Gowler (Gawler) is the largest town in the Barrosa Valley and the gateway from Adelaide to the Barrosa Valley. Nureutepa (Nuriootpa), Tanuda (Tanunda) and Lindo (Lyndoch) are the main towns in the Barrosa Valley, and the Barrosa Valley Visitor Center is located in the small town of Tanuda.
There is a train (GAWC) connection between Gowler and Adelaide, while other towns and Adelaide have no bus routes and can only travel by self-driving or by group.