Barossa Chateau, South Australia

Tucked away in the rolling expanse of the wine-laden Barossa Valley, Barossa Chateau is surrounded by a lush rose garden that boasts international significance. Sprawling out over 25 acres, the estate comprises Lyndoch Hill and a picturesque rose garden with 5kms of designated pathways for you to explore

Barossa Chateau

It is easy to spend a day at the Chateau thanks to the range of attractions it has on offer, from delicious light bites in the on-site café to the Cellar Door which showcases a range of local wine flavours.

Things to do at Barossa Chateau

  • Cellar Door

    Cellar Door at Barossa Chateau

    Barossa Valley is a well-known wine region, and the Chateau is no different. Offering a selection of delicious homemade wines in a variety of local flavours, the cellar door is a firm favourite amongst visitors.

  • Grab a Bite at the Café

    The on-site café is filled to the brim with local, seasonal flavours and offers the perfect place to refuel after a morning spent exploring. Here, you can tuck into light dishes like the regional platter, which is made up of Lyndoch Butchers cured meats and local cheeses, or the “Boozy Cow”, a grass-fed fillet and shiraz pie served with a mouth-watering portion of creamy mash.

  • Discover the Antiques

    Inside the Chateau, the Grand Ballroom and Art Gallery presents an opulent side to the Valley. Boasting high ceilings, glitzy chandeliers and porcelain tiles, it is a luxurious addition to the Chateau. Here, you can wander amongst magnificent antiques, including the largest porcelain collection in Australia, which spans back to the early 18th century and originates from all over the world. The collection has been meticulously put together over 35 years and comprises pieces from the famous porcelain houses of Meissen, Sevres, Worchester, Chelsea, and Stinton.

  • Pick Up a Souvenir

    Before you leave, don’t forget to pick up a souvenir from the gift store. You can grab a selection of fun wine memorabilia to remember your time at the Chateau, and buy a bottle of plonk to take home with you.

  • Have High Tea

    As afternoon draws round, you’ll want to try Barossa Chateau’s sumptuous high tea. As well as a variety of homemade cakes and pastries, you can enjoy the event with a glass of bubbly made in the winery itself – what better way to end a day spent in such beautiful surroundings?

  • Take a Stroll

    Outside, the rose gardens are just waiting to be explored. The expanse of pathways take you through nooks and crannies bursting with vibrant colours and mesmerizing scents.

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