Barossa Valley Gold Fields

Highlights of the tour:

Let’s go bush a little and see the sights of the Barossa Valley that you don’t normally see from the main roads. The countryside will be green and lush and looking it’s best. We will learn about the Goldfields, (which were discovered in 1868 by John Harris, the publican of the Sandy Creek Hotel) and which are now part of the Para Wirra Recreation Park.  We will stop in one of the lovely towns in the Barossa where you can have a browse in the shops and purchase your lunch.  Come with us and explore places you may not have seen before.

Tour includes:

  • « Please note – Lunch at your own expense today
  • « Morning tea at the Whispering Wall at the Barossa Reservoir
  • « Explore the Barossa Goldfields including the museum and cottage
  • « Fully escorted with a fun and friendly tour host

Details:

  • « Depart Bus Stop 42 Beovich Rd Ingle Farm at 8:45 am
  • « Depart Adelaide Convention Centre, North Tce. at 9:30 am
  • « Arrive back at Adelaide Convention Centre at approx. 4:30 pm
  • « Arrive back at Bus Stop 42 Beovich Rd at approx. 5:15 pm

Location


Departs from Bus Stop 42 Beovich Rd Ingle Farm then from Adelaide Convention Centre, North Tce

Cost: $79 per person