Barossa Valley wine tasting.
Barossa Reservoir in Williamstown.
Dry river bed next to Barossa Reservoir used when water needs to be released from the reservoir.
Walk way over the Whispering Wall at Barossa Reservoir.
Chateau Yaldara located near Lyndoch in the Barossa Valley.
Exterior of the restaurant at Chateau Yaldara.
Chateau Yaldara winery was founded in 1947 by Hermann Thumm, a European who emigrated to Australia. The winery was named “Yaldara” after the local Aboriginal word meaning “sparkling”.
After over 50 years, Hermann Thumm sold the winery in 1999. Since 1999 it has been resold and is now owned by the 1847 Wines company lead by an Australian and a Chinese businessman.
A selection of Chateau Yaldara wines for tasting. From left to right – Classic Tawny, Shiraz, Grenache Shiraz Mataro, Sparkling Petit Verdot and a Moscato.
Vintage Bedford J Series truck belonging to Wohlers furniture shop outside their premises in Tanunda.
Face masks displayed on a wall.
Gardens at Peter Lehmann Wines.
The 8 Songs Room at Peter Lehmann Wines. The room is named after Peter and Margaret Lehmann’s suite of Eight Songs paintings, exhibited on the wall, by local artist and their friend Rod Schubert based on the operatic play “Eight Songs for a Mad King”. The room also features aged wine barrels.
Grapevines in a vineyard in the Barossa Valley.
Selfie in a vineyard.
The old smithy at Langmeil Winery where demonstrations by blacksmiths still take place. Established in 1842, Langmeil Winery is believed to be the oldest Shiraz vineyard in the world.
Vintage wall mounted hand crank drill press at Langmeil Winery.
Vintage equipment in the grounds of Langmeil Winery including a pump, horse drawn cart and wind vane. A well can also be seen on the left of the photo.
View across the landscape from Barossa Sculpture Park on Mengler Hill.
Sculpture in Barossa Sculpture Park.
“Contemplation” by French artist Christiane Giraud at Barossa Sculpture Park.
View across the surrounding countryside from Mengler Hill.
Barossa Sculpture Park.
Sculpture of an eagle’s head in Barossa Sculpture Park.
Barossa Pioneer Memorial in Barossa Sculpture Park on Mengler Hill.
Selfie in the Barossa Sculpture Park on Mengler Hill.
Grapvines in vineyards along the Seppeltsfield Road in the Barossa Valley.
Palm-tree lined Seppeltsfield Road.
Seppeltsfield Road boasts some of the Barossa Valley’s most famous vineyards, wineries and gourmet destinations.