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Where is the Barossa Valley - Seppeltsfield RoadThe Barossa Valley is located just an easy one hour's drive north-east of Adelaide. Seppeltsfield Road can be accessed from the Sturt Highway, turning right at the Greenock major turnoff intesection.

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Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance

About Us

The Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance was formed in 2001 to provide an opportunity for businesses and individuals located along Seppeltsfield Road to work together to promote this unique, premium, heritage part of the Barossa Valley, increase visitation, network and foster community spirit.

The Road defines a significant historic tourism precinct within the Barossa Valley. The SRBA is recognised by Tourism Barossa and local councils as a prime example of what businesses and individuals working together can do to enhance tourism in a region.

Aims of the Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance

  • To promote and encourage co-operation between businesses and the local community in the Seppeltsfield Road precinct to enhance tourism in the Barossa Valley region.
  • To stage events to attract the general public to the Seppeltsfield Road precinct.
  • To maintain and enhance beautification of Seppeltsfield road.
  • To be politically organised and active when required to protect the integrity of our region and sustainability of local tourism businesses.

The Alliance membership has grown to around 30 businesses, organisations and interested individuals. Members work together in a voluntary capacity on various projects throughout the year to meet the above tourism and community objectives. These projects include environmental impact projects, community events to promote social inclusion of people who live and work along the road and co-operative marketing opportunities.

Members of the Alliance meet on a monthly basis at different member businesses or homes, and of course our regional food and wine adds to the camaraderie! Every member has strengths and ideas that they bring to the group. A Light Regional Council representative attends our meetings ensuring good communication and a strong working relationship with Council who are very supportive of our initiatives.

Membership benefits

A feature of our group is that co-operation has in a large way replaced competition, to our mutual benefit. The Alliance has contributed to raising the profile of Seppeltsfield Road to local, interstate and international tourism markets with its co-operative marketing initiatives (website, brochure) resulting in increased visitation to the Road and recognition of it as a tourism destination in itself.

Current and past activities of the SRBA

  • Development of a Bike and Walking Trail from Tanunda to Marananga, Seppeltsfield and Greenock
  • Establishment of the current website and development of a new Destination website in 2015/16.
  • Establishment of the Information Bay at the corner of Seppeltsfield and Stonewell Roads
  • Annual Neighbourhood Happy Hour
  • Participation in the annual Clean up Australia Day
  • Entry of a float in the biennial Barossa Vintage Festival.
  • Annual Shakespeare in the Vines event at Seppeltsfield Winery - provides funds for local projects such as the Stonewell Road Information Bay and Bike & Walking Trail, as well as donations to local volunteer groups such as the Marananga Town Band, Marananaga Tennis Club and the Make A Wish foundation.
  • Participation in a maintenance roster to keep the Information Bay and surrounding area, developed by the SRBA, pristine for visiting tourists.
  • Work with local council to ensure road signage is accurate and maintained.

Meetings

Held on the first Monday of each month at different member venues determined at the previous meeting. New members are always welcome!

Contact us

If you have any queries in regards to the Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance, please make contact with the relevant committee persons:
Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance Committee
Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance Sub Committee Coordinators

 

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 14th Annual Marananga Wine Show

Australia's only sub-regional Wine Show!

Wear your winter woollies and join us in the Seppeltsfield Vintage Cellar for the Public Tasting. Experience some of our region's finest wine and meet winemakers, grapegrowers and locals!
Entry Fee: $20 pp
Includes free glass, cheese & nibbles.
Tickets available at the door.

Saturday 26th August 2017 at 7.00pm

Seppeltsfield Vintage Cellar, Seppeltsfield Winery, Barossa Valley

14th Annual Marananga Wine Show

>> Wine Producers & Winemakers
click here for Entry Form

 

Shakespeare in the Vines

Sat 27 Jan 2018

>> Visit our Play Page for more information

 

Marananga Carols

December 2018
Marananga Carols

at Gnadenfrei Lutheran Church Grounds, Marananga 

 

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