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Barossa Valley Hop-On Hop-Off Winery Tour

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Highlights

  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your preferences

  • 14 stops & buses every hour for up to 4 hour-long stops

  • Tastings at renowned vineyards of the Barossa Valley

  • Enjoying expertly crafted wines from up to 5 wineries

  • Array of excellent restaurants to choose from for lunch stop

Highlights

  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your preferences

  • 14 stops & buses every hour for up to 4 hour-long stops

  • Tastings at renowned vineyards of the Barossa Valley

  • Enjoying expertly crafted wines from up to 5 wineries

  • Array of excellent restaurants to choose from for lunch stop

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Barossa Valley Hop-On Hop-Off Winery Tour

Activity Location

Multiple Locations Visited

Barossa Valley

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Stamford Plaza Hotel

    150 North Terrace, Adelaide

    Adelaide

  • Tanunda Visitor Information Centre

    66-68 Murray Street

    Tanunda 5352


Description

Sip and dine your way through the Barossa Valley at your leisure, hopping between world-class wineries, farm shops, and gourmet restaurants on a hop-on hop-off minibus. Arrange your own itinerary and fill your day with vineyard visits and winetastings, leaving the driving to the professionals so you can simply enjoy.

Get picked up in Adelaide or meet right in Tandunda to snag a seat on the comfortable minibus. With 14 stops throughout the Barossa Valley and buses running every hour, you can visit up to 4 venues as you discover the food and wine of this fertile, culturally rich region. Hop off to linger over pours of red, white, bubbly, and rosé in the cellar doors—Aussie terminology for tasting rooms—of excellent estates, and make a reservation for lunch at a fabulous restaurant along the route.

Sample typical local varietals, and learn about the history of winemaking in the Barossa Valley between stops from the friendly guides onboard the bus. After each visit, head back outside to be picked up by the bus and whisked off to your next destination. After a full day of delicious exploration, get dropped off in Tanunda or stay on the bus for the easy return ride to Adelaide.

Route stops include:

  • St Hallett Wines
  • Grant Burge Wines
  • Bethany Wines
  • Rusden Wines
  • Lambert Estate
  • Yalumba Winery
  • Angaston Township
  • Saltram Wines
  • Kaesler Winery and Steakhouse
  • Provenance Barossa (First Drop Wines, Penfold's Barossa Cellar Door, Barossa Distilling Company, Bean Addiction Coffee Roasters, Ember Pizza, Stein's Taphouse, Steiny's Traditional Mettwurst)
  • Maggie Beer Farm Shop
  • Tanunda Town Centre

Inclusions

  • Hop-on hop-off tour of Barossa Valley wineries via minibus

  • Bottled water


Exclusions

  • Lunch

  • Winetasting fees


Know Before You Book

  • Children 17 and younger are not allowed.

  • You must be 18 years of age and present a valid photo ID in order to consume alcohol.

  • Maximum group size is 21 people.

  • Hours of operation are 11 AM–4 PM. Buses depart every hour on a schedule that allows for 4 1-hour stops or 3 stops if you would prefer 2 hours for lunch.

  • Tour stops may vary.

  • Pickup is available from Adelaide at Stamford Plaza Hotel or within the Barossa Valley at the Tanunda Visitor Information Centre.

  • Check-in is 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.


Barossa Valley Hop-On Hop-Off Winery Tour ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews

Expedia Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

2/5 Jan 17, 2020

The driver was very nice, but that did not make up for the many hours we had to spend in the bus. The wineries chosen were too far apart and we had time for 3 in on day! Better to rent aa car and drive/choose yourself. Penfold was stated as to be visited, but we did just go to a placed where you could taste their wines not visit the actual famous winery.