Families & Kids
This page is designed for kids to make the most out of their visit to the Barossa. Most people think of the Barossa as a wine area full of vineyards and winery tasting places – just the thing that kids love – not
We live here so we know that there is a lot more to the Barossa than wine. It is a great place to live and play.
Use this page to plan your stay in the Barossa. There is so much for kids to do that will keep you busy for a few days - at least. Let your parents know what you want to do but make sure you leave some time for them to visit wineries!
We have put this page together in categories that we hope you will find useful
If you have any feedback or if you find something that is great for kids but we haven’t mentioned it please contact us
James and Simon
Barossa Valley Attractions for Kids
Collingrove hill climb @ Angaston - some weekends they have car races up the steep hill - it's cheap to get in and safe to watch.
Coulthard Reserve @ Nuriootpa - there is a lake on the edge of the river where you can feed the ducks.
Birthstones - gem shop @ Angaston - fossick for special stones and maybe have them made into some jewellery.
Woodcarver's Haven near Angaston - drop out to Eden Valley and see Michael Mason at work carving wooden rocking horses.
Family Friendly Accommodation in the Barossa Valley
The following places are great for kids -
- Kooringal Homestead - in a bushland setting with walks and kangaroos
- Wroxton Grange - better for older kids - in a vineyard setting and there are good walks to the dam where you can catch trout - bring your rod
- Barossa Country Cottages - right in the town of Lyndoch - big hot tub spa
- Veritas Cottage - it's on the edge of the North Para River - great place to go to jump across rocks and catch tadpoles
- Light Pass House - good backyard and in a tiny little village - next door to Luhrs Cottage Museum
- Jewel of the Valley - if you want the best place for kids this is it - right in the centre of Tanunda - separate TV room for kids