The countdown is on for the 2024 Chateau Tanunda Barossa Valley Running Festival

On Sunday May 26, the 2024 Chateau Tanunda Barossa Marathon Festival will be held at Tanunda, with more than 2,500 participants set to take part in the various races.

2024 Barossa Arts Festival Program unveiled

The biennial festival, taking place from March 30 to April 30, sets the stage for a month-long celebration, with artist exhibitions, workshops, makers markets, music events and an extensive arts trail spanning from Mount Pleasant through the Barossa to Kapunda.

Garden Sculpture competition seeks a wide variety of works

From March 30 to April 30, The Barossa Arts Festival will grace the region with a wide variety of eclectic works from local South Australian artists. One such section of the Festival is the Garden Sculpture competition, which sees artists using all kinds of different materials to create fascinating and intricate works.

A unique and fresh flavour sensation

The Barossa Valley Chocolate Company and Prancing Pony Brewery have joined forces to bring the Pony Stable to Barossa.

Seppeltsfield Rd Distillers release barrel aged Shiraz Gin from iconic ’21 vintage

Seppeltsfield Rd Distillers’ has unveiled its latest masterpiece, a Barrel Aged Barossa Shiraz Gin, crafted from its 2021 Barossa Shiraz Gin that was judged ‘world’s best’ – with 99 points at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London.

Sustainable Beauty

For third generation horticulturalist Aleisha Lynch, a love for the all things plants and flowers was something that came naturally.

Excitement builds for 2024 Barossa Arts Festival

The organising committee of the Barossa Arts Festival has announced that the call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) is now open for artists, venues, sponsors and community groups to participate in the highly anticipated 2024 edition of the festival, until the end of September 2023.

FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Original Trophy visits Jacob’s Creek in the Barossa

On Sunday 2 July, Jacob’s Creek, an Official Supporter of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, welcomed FIFA Legend and 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ champion Mana Iwabuchi, accompanied by Aya Miyama to officially unveil the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Original Trophy.

Church backs wine show

Returning in 2023, the Marananga Wine Show will again grace the hearts and palates of the Barossa and wider community, as they celebrate 20 extraordinary years.

A positive step for women in the Arts

The Barossa Women’s Artist Residency Project, driven by The Barossa Council and the Barossa Regional Gallery, aims to reduce this inequity by providing established female artists an opportunity to experiment and grow their practice within the environs of the Barossa region.

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