Barossa Council Update


Barossa Council Update

>> The Sprocket Rockets take in the amazing views at Steingarten Lookout.

Hello, Barossa

There’s never been a better time to explore the great outdoors, but don’t take our word for it – just ask Hello SA!

Lauren De Cesare from the popular Channel Nine program spent the day exploring our local attractions including local cycle trails, South Para Reservoir, Mount Pleasant Farmers Market and the $2.4 million caravan park next door.

The Barossa Council episode featured a range of local faces including Chelsea Honner from the markets, Matt and Faye Hale from Barossa Outdoors and our very own cycling Sprocket Rockets.

Missed the episode?  You can catch up on our website!

And with school holidays just around the corner, now is the perfect time to plan your own itinerary. Visit barossa.sa.gov.au for plenty of family-friendly experiences that are low cost or no cost, and experience the best the Barossa has to offer.

>> Hello SA host Lauren De Cesare with Mount Pleasant Farmers Market manager Chelsea Honner and daughter Eden.
>> Zana Irwin takes a spin around Mount Pleasant Caravan Park with Ceda and Clova Irwin and Teddy and Greta Blythman.
>> Rebecca Reynolds, Nuriootpa Pool working group member with Mayor Bim Lange and Lynda De Palma, aquatic co-coordinator with The Rex.

Time to make a splash!

It’s time to make a splash as the summer swim season makes a welcome return at our outdoor pools at Nuriootpa and Williamstown.

Kids 16 and under swim free during the upcoming school holidays, and people with a Rex membership receive free entry to both outdoor pools.

With dedicated lap swimming at Nuriootpa and open grassy surrounds to enjoy the sunshine, our local pools are the perfect destination for your next family or group outing.

>> Jayden Martin and his “granny” Diana Smith catch up while his Pa, Phil, and sisters, Lilliana and Hayley, try out the new play equipment at Atze Parade, Nuriootpa.

New open space to enjoy

Have you discovered our newly landscaped open space at Atze Parade in Nuriootpa?

Located opposite the Barossa Village residency, there’s a swing set, logs and rocks to climb over, and an accessible picnic table surrounded by a vast expanse of lawn for the kids to burn off energy.

It’s not only a lovely spot for the generations to come together, it also has the tick of approval from local kids in the neighbourhood!


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