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Novotel Barossa Valley Resort
42 Pioneer Ave, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley, South Australia 5352, Australia.

Things to do at Novotel Barossa Valley Resort

Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is the premier gateway to Australia’s ultimate wine and food lovers’ playground.

The Barossa Valley is home to world-renowned wineries such as Penfolds, Jacob’s Creek, Henschke, Yalumba, Wolf Blass and Rockford, not to mention award-winning restaurants like FermentAsian, Hentley Farm, Vintners Bar & Grill and Appellation.

Perched in the hills on the edge of Rowland Flat – home to Orlando Wines since 1847 – Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is just a stone’s throw away from some of the region’s best-loved attractions, all of which can be easily explored and enjoyed when staying with us for pleasure or business.  

Visit this website to discover more about Barossa Valley attractions, wineries, recreational activities and more!

Some of our favourite Barossa Valley attractions include:

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  • Famous Barossa Valley Wineries

    No other Australian wine region can boast as many historical icons, cult wines, and emerging stars as the Barossa Valley. A way of life since 1842, the riches of Barossa winemaking – past and present - include Penfolds Grange, Orlando Steingarten,…
    more info

    Famous Barossa Valley Wineries

  • LYNDOCH LAVENDER FARM

    Lavender is renown for its therapeutic benefits, particularly as an aid to relaxation. It may be used in numerous forms and is the foundation of the Lyndoch Lavender range of products. Stroll through five acres of lavender used to create…
    more info

    LYNDOCH LAVENDER FARM

  • CHATEAU TANUNDA

    Chateau Tanunda, set in the heart of the Barossa Valley was established in 1890. The heritage listed bluestone buildings are part of the oldest and largest Chateau in Australia and is the site of the first winery in this region. Enjoy a game of cricket, croquet or look for the signatures…
    more info

    CHATEAU TANUNDA

  • MAGGIE BEER'S PHEASANT FARM SHOP

    Creating short run products based on the best quality produce in season is how Maggie started the Farm Shop. Visit for an opportunity to pick your own collection of goodies from Maggie’s famous products or simply sit back and take in the…
    more info

    MAGGIE BEER\'S PHEASANT FARM SHOP

  • BAROSSA VALLEY BALLOONING

    Join Barossa Valley Ballooning for the experience of a lifetime and enjoy the incredible thrill of a hot air ballooning adventure over some of South Australia's most picturesque countryside. Each hot air balloon flight lasts for about an…
    more info

    BAROSSA VALLEY BALLOONING

  • BAROSSA FARMER'S MARKET

    The Barossa Farmers Market is the place to really immerse yourself in the region’s food culture. Held in the historic Vintners Sheds near Angaston, the Barossa Farmers Market showcases real food from the homes and farms of the Barossa. …
    more info

    BAROSSA FARMER\'S MARKET

  • BAROSSA REGIONAL GALLERY

    Combining heritage and contemporary architecture, the gallery is part of the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall complex. It offers a diverse range of attractions for visitors to enjoy including art exhibitions, workshops, performances and education…
    more info

    BAROSSA REGIONAL GALLERY

  • JAM FACTORY SEPPELTSFIELD

    The 1,000 square metre Jam Factory situated in the historic stables building at Seppeltsfield provides studio space for around a dozen professional artisans, a gallery for free public exhibitions and a retail shop presenting outstanding hand-made…
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    JAM FACTORY SEPPELTSFIELD

  • Whispering Wall

    The 9 storey high concave wall was once the highest dam wall in Australia and it's shape is the major drawcard to the area. Words spoken in a whisper can be heard clearly at the other side -  140 metres away.

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    Whispering Wall

  • BAROSSA VALLEY CHEESE COMPANY

    For Victoria McClurg, owner of the Barossa Valley Cheese Company, making cheese is a labour love. First opened in 2003 in the idyllic town of Angaston, Barossa Valley Cheese Company has won a prolific number of awards and has expanded to…
    more info

    BAROSSA VALLEY CHEESE COMPANY

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Famous Barossa Valley Wineries

No other Australian wine region can boast as many historical icons, cult wines, and emerging stars as the Barossa Valley.

A way of life since 1842, the riches of Barossa winemaking – past and present - include Penfolds Grange, Orlando Steingarten, Yalumba The Virgilius, Henschke Hill of Grace, Rockford Basket Press, Wolf Blass Black Label, Seppeltsfield Para Tawny, Torbreck The Laird, and Peter Lehmann Stonewell.

These wines, and many, many more, are the best of the Barossa and sit comfortably alongside the great wines of the world.

More than 170 wine brands and 80 cellar doors can be experienced when choosing Novotel Barossa Valley Resort as your base to explore this beautiful region.

To discover more about the riches of this ultimate wine lovers destination visit www.barossa.com.

Grant Burge

Rockford Wines

Langmeil Winery

Peter Lehmann

Yalumba

Jacob's Creek

Torbreck Wines

St Hallett

Hentley Farm

Penfolds

Elderton Wines

Hemera Estate

LYNDOCH LAVENDER FARM

Lavender is renown for its therapeutic benefits, particularly as an aid to relaxation. It may be used in numerous forms and is the foundation of the Lyndoch Lavender range of products. Stroll through five acres of lavender used to create the wide range of products the farm has to offer.

To learn more, please visit www.lyndochlavenderfarm.com.au.

CHATEAU TANUNDA

Chateau Tanunda, set in the heart of the Barossa Valley was established in 1890. The heritage listed bluestone buildings are part of the oldest and largest Chateau in Australia and is the site of the first winery in this region. Enjoy a game of cricket, croquet or look for the signatures of famous winemakers who served their apprenticeships at this amazing place.  The cellar door not only provides tastings of Chateau Tanunda's award-winning wines, but also offers tastings for some magical smaller producers as well.

To learn more, please visit www.chateautanunda.com.

MAGGIE BEER'S PHEASANT FARM SHOP

Creating short run products based on the best quality produce in season is how Maggie started the Farm Shop. Visit for an opportunity to pick your own collection of goodies from Maggie’s famous products or simply sit back and take in the view. Free Verjuice cooking demonstrations take place at 2pm everyday.

To learn more, please visit www.maggiebeer.com.au.

BAROSSA VALLEY BALLOONING

Join Barossa Valley Ballooning for the experience of a lifetime and enjoy the incredible thrill of a hot air ballooning adventure over some of South Australia's most picturesque countryside. Each hot air balloon flight lasts for about an hour but the magical memory will last forever.  As part of the experience, enjoy a delicious full buffet breakfast at the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort after the flight.

To learn more, please visit www.barossavalleyballooning.com.au.

BAROSSA FARMER'S MARKET

The Barossa Farmers Market is the place to really immerse yourself in the region’s food culture. Held in the historic Vintners Sheds near Angaston, the Barossa Farmers Market showcases real food from the homes and farms of the Barossa.

To learn more, please visit www.barossafarmersmarket.com.au.

BAROSSA REGIONAL GALLERY

Combining heritage and contemporary architecture, the gallery is part of the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall complex. It offers a diverse range of attractions for visitors to enjoy including art exhibitions, workshops, performances and education programs. Visitors eager to pick up an authentic Barossa souvenir can also browse the retail space with locally produced books as well as art and crafts available to purchase.

To learn more, please visit www.freewebs.com/barossagallery/.

JAM FACTORY SEPPELTSFIELD

The 1,000 square metre Jam Factory situated in the historic stables building at Seppeltsfield provides studio space for around a dozen professional artisans, a gallery for free public exhibitions and a retail shop presenting outstanding hand-made products.

To learn more, please visit www.jamfactory.com.au.

Whispering Wall

The 9 storey high concave wall was once the highest dam wall in Australia and it's shape is the major drawcard to the area. Words spoken in a whisper can be heard clearly at the other side -  140 metres away.

BAROSSA VALLEY CHEESE COMPANY

For Victoria McClurg, owner of the Barossa Valley Cheese Company, making cheese is a labour love. First opened in 2003 in the idyllic town of Angaston, Barossa Valley Cheese Company has won a prolific number of awards and has expanded to offer 25 different styles of cheese imbued with the character of the locale and passion of the maker.

To learn more, please visit www.barossacheese.com.au.