Barossa Self-Guided Tour
Barossa Self-Guided Tour
We’ve done the work for you and plotted a self-guided tour of SALA exhibitions through the Barossa.
The Barossa Valley has been the spiritual and physical home of the Peramangk, Ngadjuri, and Kaurna People for tens of thousands of years and we acknowledge this continuing connection.
Try this route on any Saturday or Sunday in August 2022.
Click on the venues below for more information.
Tap on the venues below for more information.
159 Hermann Thumm Dr, Lyndoch | 10am-5pm
Start your trip at Chateau Yaldara to enjoy the work of 3 generations of artists paying homage to the South Australian landscape. If you’re hoping to avoid stairs, you can skip ahead to the next stop.
278 Menge Rd, Tanunda | 10am-4pm
Enjoy this collaborative work by two SA artists who are working creatively with drone photography and pushing the limits of the medium in artmaking.
67 Bethany Rd, Tanunda | 11am-5pm
Wander among garden art sculptures, using steel and natural materials like wood and stone.
3 Basedow Rd, Tanunda | 11am-4pm
Spend some time contemplating the work of Renee De Saxe in her solo exhibition, Lost. ‘Feeling the gap between knowing and understanding, Renee explores interconnection and disconnection.’
Grab something to eat from Murray St in Tanunda.
Shop 3, 109-111 Murray St | 10am-8pm
Wander across the street for this exhibition that focuses on things that the artists are ‘Forever Grateful’ for.
130 Heinze Rd, Seppeltsfield | 11am-5pm
In this exhibition, 9 artist friends celebrate awe and the experience of wonder (a feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar).
730 Seppeltsfield Rd, Seppeltsfield | 11am-5pm
South Australian-based artist Deborah Prior transforms recycled textiles into craft objects that explore bodily agency, Feminist modes of production, and the personal and social histories of domestic work. She meticulously knits, stiches, and unpicks threads to address the deeply anxious state of attempting to live well on an un-well planet.
Deborah is a finalist in The Advertiser Contemporary Art Award.
730 Seppeltsfield Rd, Seppeltsfield | 10:30am-5pm
Make your way over to nearby Vasse Virgin for a group show by Tutti Arts Barossa that considers the impacts of wearing face masks beyond keeping us safe.
Para Rd, Tanunda | 10:30am-4pm
There are two exhibitions at Peter Lehmann Wines: Chelsea Materne’s investigations of tree rings and their connection to growth and memory, and Stuart Heorisch’s examination of earth as an overlooked but fundamental element of life.
64 Burings Rd, Tanunda | 10am-5pm
Stop by to check out an exciting debut art exhibition of vibrant artworks painted by Fiona Zimmermann, a 25 year old survivor of an ABI (Acquired Brain Injury). And of course, get your chocolate fix.
55 Long Gully Rd, Angaston | 11am-5pm
Enjoy vibrant abstract artwork from two local artists: one working with paint and the other entirely with recycled plastic.
40 Eden Valley Rd, Angaston | 10am-5pm
Conclude your day with the festive and lively work of Arlon Hall.
If you’re using a smartphone or tablet, download the free Google Maps app for ease-of-use. Then click on the green button above to ‘open’ this trip.
Customise your route
click and drag the little circle next to each stop
Hover your cursor over the right side of the destination and click the X that appears
There is a limit of 10 stops on Google Maps. But if you have room for more, you can click the ‘+’ symbol that says ‘Add destination‘, then start typing the address.
Hover your cursor over the right side of the destination and click the ‘X’ that appears
Tap and hold your finger on the circle/letter next to a stop, and keep holding your finger down to drag it to a higher or lower position.
There is a limit of 10 Stops on Google Maps. If there is a space that says ‘Add stop’, tap here and then type in your new destination.