The Barossa climate and terrain support a broad range of cycling options, for road and mountain bike enthusiasts as well as those who want to tour the Barossa at a slower pace. There are several bike trails around the Barossa. Check out the suggestions below. The newest bike trail is the Jack Bobridge Track which stretches all the way from Gawler to Tanunda. The “Tour Down Under” goes through the Barossa in January too! The Barossa Cycle Hub has all the facilities, situated next to the Barossa Visitor Centre. Phone: 1300 852 982 or Email: email@example.com for bike hire and information.
Barossa By Bike bike hire
Bike hire is available through Barossa Bike Hire & Cycle Tours 0400 537 770 or www.barossabikehire.com. A must do tour by bike is the Barista, Brewer, Wine Cycle Tour, a wonderful 5.5 hour tour, on flat terrain, level requirement: easy.
Join the Segway Sensation SA Team and experience all the delights of gliding among the grapevines, at the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery. This tour is your back-stage pass to some of the magical areas of the estate not normally accessible on regular tours.Learn your Segway skills in the Seppeltsfield picnic grounds, before heading off on a trail through heritage-listed sites and 19th century Barossa architecture, tranquil gardens and stunning vineyard vistas. Our tours operate on weekends and public holidays and commence at 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm. Tours are of approximately one hour duration – excluding training.
At Seppeltsfield Winery this tour is a must, it offers the rare opportunity for visitors to try their own birth year vintage Tawny directly from the barrel. Join one of our wine educators in the renowned Centennial Cellar and sip on a wine as old (or young) as you are....
Available daily at 2.30pm. Cost $75 p.p
Art & Design — Jam Factory @ Seppeltsfield. Throughout the Barossa’s towns you’ll find art galleries, studios and craft outlets and historic walking trails. Galleries and studios offer the chance to visit local artisans at work, partake in workshops or purchase a special memento of your visit to the Barossa. In August each year, a number of wineries throughout the region exhibit works as part of the South Australian Living Arts Festival. There are great ‘living’ history experiences that will get you out and about exploring the region and learning at the same time! Visit the village of Seppeltsfield for a tour of one of the oldest Barossa wineries. The historic towns of Tanunda and Angaston and the village of Bethany all have interesting heritage trails to follow.