Discover Seppeltsfield Road
Discover a unique slice of the Barossa
Whether you are a tourist to the Barossa Valley or call this picturesque region home, Seppeltsfield Road is a must visit destination. It showcases many of the Barossa’s finest wineries, prestigious award winning restaurants, luxurious vineyard stays plus hidden gems to create an experience to remember.
A short drive from Adelaide
Seppeltsfield Road is located just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide in South Australia. The western entrance has an Avenue of Palms – a five kilometre trail of Canary Island Date Palms, planted by Seppeltsfield workers during the Great Depression. Over 2000 palms now line the sides of Seppeltsfield Road, providing one of Australia’s most visually spectacular driving avenues.
Absorb the warmth, passion and generosity of the artisans you meet behind each door and there is nothing quite like Barossa hospitality. We invite you to immerse yourself in the part of the Barossa we call home – Seppeltsfield Road.
Find Us Here
1 - Chateau Dorrien
2 - Hewitson
4 - Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
5 - Rolf Binder
6 - The Reserve
7 - Whistler Wines
8 - Stonewell Cottages & Vineyards
10 - Laughing Jack Wines
11 - Appellation @ The Louise
12 - Tscharke Wines
13 - Heritage Wines
Seppeltsfield Road Distillery
14 - Greenock Creek Wines
15 - Two Hands Wines
16 - Maranaga Brass Band
17 - Gnadenfrei St Michael's Church
18 - Barossa Valley Estate
19 - Seppelts View Cabins
23 - The Lodge Country House
Cambourne Boutique Accommodation
24 - Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage & Seize the Day Wines
25 - Hentley Farm Restaurant & Cellar Door
26 - Sieber Wines
27 - Barossa Coffee Roasters
28 - Izway Wines
Hayes Family Wines
Seppeltsfield Estate – Winery
Fino @ Seppeltsfield – Restaurant
JamFactory – Artissan Hub
Vasse Virgin – Retail Store
With 19 wine producers, award winning restaurants, a distillery, bike trail, tours and more, there is always a good excuse to visit, no matter the time of year.
Shakespeare in the Vines – Romeo & Juliet
Essential Theatre has never been more proud to present a summer of entertainment with Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. After a year of uncertainty and challenges, let’s now celebrate together with one of the greatest love stories of all times.
Barossa Vintage Festival – 14 to 18 April 2021
A highlight on the event calendar, the bi-ennial Barossa Vintage Festival showcases and celebrates the region’s wine, food, culture and heritage. The Festival captivates visitors, allowing the an opportunity to live and breath the Barossa way of life over five incredible days.
Once the hard work of harvest is finished for another year, the Barossa Valley is set to celebrate, when the biannual Barossa Vintage Festival returns on 14-18 April, 2021.
With 19 premium wine producers that call the Seppeltsfield Road precinct home – we will be definitely be joining in the excitement!