Exploring The Township Of Swan Valley and Its Wine
Category : Tour
Barossa’s claim to fame as Australia’s biggest wine producing region is a widely known fact now. The wine industry of Barossa derives its sustenance from miles of vineyards stretching across the hilly terrain. Shiraz, the traditional Barossa red wine has earned worldwide reputation for its distinctive taste and quality. Thousands flock to the wine festival of Barossa from different corners of the globe. However, there is more to the Barossa story than just its magnificent vineyards. The valley is also home to a flourishing food industry. So, a trip down Barossa valley promises to keep your schedule packed with the right doze of wine and dine. Here is a sneak peek into the ravishing stuff that awaits you on one of those breathtaking private Hunter Valley Wine tours in Adelaide.
Exploring the Barossa valley in a car demands a thorough understanding of South Australian road ways. So it is always safe to leave the wheel to somebody familiar with the roadways already. For those looking to experiment on Barossa tours hire a vintage bicycle and swoosh down the beautiful Barossa roads. There is a wide selection of bikes, some as old as eighty years, to choose from. There are plenty of locals willing to take you on a tour of the beautiful Barossa valley. For a taste of luxury, it is advisable to book a Limousine. Buses run regularly between Adelaide and Barossa stopping at some of the vital townships. This is highly recommended for people whose Barossa tours are slated to last little beyond a day.
Barossa offers taxi mk on all seven days of the week. However it is always advisable to book your taxi in advance. For people who are planning a winery tours perth in their own car it is important to be geared with a detailed map of the valley. The speed limits for open areas can go up to a maximum of 100 km/hr. So drive safely and make most out of Barossa.