Things to do at Lyndoch Lavender Farm

Hoffnungsthal Rd &, Tweedies Gully Rd, Lyndoch, SA 5351

The Barossa Valley is Australia’s number one destination for fine wine and world class produce.

Lyndoch Lavender Farm

Whether you’re tasting some of the world’s top drops on a winery tour, gorging on delectable produce or meandering around the valley’s gourmet markets, the Barossa Valley is a bon vivant’s paradise.

One of the farms that makes the Barossa so special is the Lyndoch Lavender Farm – the biggest lavender farm in South Australia!

The farm is renowned for producing all kinds of delightful products made from, you guessed it, lavender, with everything from body care to vinegar on the stock list. But the amazing array of aromatic goods isn’t only what makes Lyndoch Lavender Farm so special, it also hosts regular tours for people who are keen to check out how this wonderful flower is cultivated and put to good use.

After a tour of the farm, visitors can head over to the cafe, where local delights are enjoyed amongst the tranquil gardens and purple hues of the farm. For lovers of this most calming and soothing of plants, a trip to Lyndoch Lavender Farm is the perfect addition to a wonderful Barossa Valley sojourn.

Let’s take a look at some of the other activities that make a weekend in the Barossa so special.

Vino, vino & more vino!

The Barossa Valley is one of the world’s top wine production regions, on par with Bordeaux, Tuscany and the Napa Valley. So it’s only natural that while you’re there you may want to indulge in a cheeky tipple, and why not? After all, the Barossa Valley is home to some of the world’s best wineries!

Legendary names like Peter Lehmann, Seppeltsfield and Two Hands Wines all provide wonderful cellar door experiences, with tastings of the region’s best Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache all on offer.

Visit Maggie Beer’s Farmshop

Wanting to check out other lavish farms when in the Barossa? Maggie Beer’s Farmshop is the perfect place to taste, test and create your own products in the lush surrounds of her homestead! There are verjuice making demonstrations, cooking classes and, of course, a beautiful selection of the products that made Maggie a national treasure!

Pick up some goods from the farm shop along with some gourmet produce and fine wine from one of the Barossa’s top class farmers markets and you have yourself a delicious Barossa cornucopia.

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