region is located about 70 kilometres north east of Adelaide
and is easily accessed by car in around an hour.
You can access the Barossa via several routes.
Take Main North Road (A20) to the Sturt Highway and
enter the Barossa region via Gawler and the Barossa
Valley Way. Alternately, you can take Lower North
East Road (A10) out of Adelaide and travel through
Chain of Ponds in the Adelaide Hills to Williamstown
entering the southern end of the Barossa region.
Take Eden Valley and turn off at Murray Bridge travel
via Palmer and Tungkillo and enter the Barossa region
at Mount Pleasant. Alternately, take the South Eastern
Freeway (M1) and exit at Hahndorf, travel through
the Adelaide Hills via Birdwood to Williamstown.
Travel via Mildura and take the A20 via Renmark and
enter the Barossa at Truro and Nuriootpa.
Fly to Adelaide airport. Adelaide airport services
both domestic and international flights. Car Rental
is available at the airport. Small aircraft can also
land at Parafield, which is about 45 minutes south
of the Barossa.
Daily coach services are provided by the Adelaide Passenger
Service, and offer connecting coaches between Adelaide
and the Barossa.