Aleshia Webster

Ceramic artist and passionate sharer of her art form - Aleshia Webster is welcoming, vibrant and enthusiastic about creating with clay.

Don Ross

With a passion for and an unwavering commitment to the development and curation of the Barossa Museum at Tanunda, Don Ross' mark and influence on this institution now spans a staggering 57 years of its 61 years since establishment.

Quenten Agius

A husband, a father, a grandfather, a local, a footballer, a teacher, a mate, a storyteller.

Marcus Schulz

On his Ebenezer family property ‘Primrose’ where vigneron Marcus Schulz grew up and still lives and works, stands a characterful relic of our past… A rustic timber and thatched straw roof shed.

Rebecca Reynolds

The power of public voice. Making the invisible visible. With a long family association, a childhood spent at the pool, a passion for all things aquatic, and a good dose of community activism, the threatened closure of the historic Nuriootpa War Memorial Swimming pool back in 2020, saw Rebecca Reynolds dive head first into the Nuri Pool Working group campaign to save the pool.

Roland Weight

Roland Weight will be well known to many in the Barossa and indeed to many from further afield. He is the instigator to a lot of visual artists in the Barossa. He started the Byron Bay School of Art and trained as a sculptural artist.

Kirsty Kingsley

A woman of so many talents and so many passions. The Barossa Art scene is now benefiting from one of Kirsty’s current passions, being the new ‘Wonderground’ Art gallery and Cellar door.

James March

James has the role of heading up the ‘Barossa Australia’ team – a group that advocates for all things Barossa and is charged with taking our amazing region and incredible wines to the world. Much like a game of chess, James relishes the challenge of planning, strategising and executing plans that bring the focus back on our region and the rewards that come with it.

Jim Irvine – 90 Glasses for the 90 year old ‘King of Merlot’

Jim is bright, sharp and entertaining as we chat, pour, swirl, taste and appreciate his award winning 2009 Grand Merlot, (bit special – thanks Jim!) We then spend the morning photographing the man who has achieved so much in his life and who’s name is synonymous with the Barossa and indeed in the world of wine!

Anna Lindner – ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Grief’ SBS TV

Excitingly, Barossa’s own Anna Lindner has been on the set of her very own TV mini series - soon to be released on SBS. Anna is the creator, writer and lead actor in this drama comedy series about death, grief and one's identity.

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