Barossa Valley Winery Tours

If you are looking for a relaxing and enjoyable chauffeured wine tour in the Barossa Valley to enjoy a full day with your partner, family or close friends – look no further!

With our private Barossa Valley Winery Tours, you’ll experience one of the world’s great wine regions, and be able to try some internationally acclaimed food and wine.

Our friendly driver will pick you up from your designated location and accompany you throughout the day. Heading to the Barossa Valley your tour will encompass a scenic drive through several picturesque villages in the region.

On this Barossa Valley Private Wine Tour – in consultation with you prior, we’ll arrange to visit a few selected wineries where you’ll sample some of the amazing wines the region has to offer, plus allow time for you to enjoy lunch at a pre-determined venue.

Available for bookings on weekends – and also weekdays during school holidays or public holidays.
Our drivers are not normally available on weekdays during school terms due to Student Transport committments.

Pricing – A day tour (9:30am pickup to 5:30pm drop off) in the luxury Prado 4WD which comfortable fits up to 5 people (or 4 adults + 2 children) – is charged at a fixed rate of $600 e.g. 4 people @ $150 each.

A day tour in our Mini-bus, which comfortably fits up to 13 people – is charged at a fixed rate of $600 (up to 8 people), or $715 (8-13 people) e.g. 13 people @ $55 each.

We confirm pricing in advance – without obligation, once we have the details.

Pick up

9:30am: Pick up passengers, and take scenic drive to Barossa Valley

Winery Visits

10:45am-1.00pm Visit 1-2 selected wineries


1pm-2:30pm Lunch at pre-arranged venue

Winery Visits

2:30pm-4.15pm Visit another selected winery, then drive back to Adelaide

Drop off

Passengers are returned by 5:30pm

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Barossa Valley

One of the oldest wine regions and arguably the most famous in South Australia.

It’s also one of the few wine regions not influenced by the French. The region originally settle by German settlers fleeing persecution from the Prussian province of Silesia.

Barossa has a continental climate which is responsible for ripe grapes producing world class full bodied wines. The Barossa Shiraz is famous the world over.

Originally producing mainly fortified wines, Barossa has evolved to be not just a region but a description of a fruit driven full bodied wine.

Famous Barossa wineries include Rockfords, Yalumba and Wolf Bass. Today there are many more unique and smaller artisan wineries producing world class wines.

Barossa is famous for it’s shiraz but also produces world class cabernet sauvignon, Mataro, and Grenache. If white wine is more to your taste, you can find some beautiful old vine Semillion.

There are a number of great choices for dining ranging from the best – Vitners and closely behind some great eateries including Hentley Farm, Ferment Asia, 1918 Bistro and Grill, and recently a flurry of new restaurants.

Some example popular wineries that our passengers have enjoyed: