Barossa Council Update


Barossa Council Update

JUNE 10, 2020

Barossa Adventure Station

Opening July 4th, Barossa Adventure Station in the heart of Angaston has something for kids of all ages, and the big kids at heart!

Features include a multi-level place space including a mega tower and play deck, 1km mountain bike loop, heritage elements, attractive open spaces and plenty of picnic spots. It’s the perfect place to spend an hour, or the whole day.

The $2.5m development at Angaston Railway Precinct is due to open late June as part of The Barossa Council’s Big Project. Make your play socially responsible, but most of all have fun!

Angaston Mountain Bike Loop

Part of Barossa Adventure Station, the new mountain bike loop at Angaston is now open and has to be seen to be believed. The 1km loop is one to be sessioned time after time, trying the different features on offer. 

Custom-designed by TrailScapes in a beautiful natural setting, it offers many surprising – and exhilarating – features. 

Best of all, it’s suited for a range of ages and skill levels which means you can tailor your experience. Be sure to ride responsibly, respecting social distancing.

Stockwell Open Space Precinct

Imagine a place where recreation, relaxation and socialisation come together – and then imagine no longer!  A new open space precinct is coming to Stockwell, featuring a wide range of elements for people to be active and have fun.

Features include outdoor fitness stations, shared use trails, a BMX/pump track, picnic spots and dog walking facilities. Located next to Stockwell Recreation Park and adjacent the residential area, it will give people more opportunities to participate in active recreation and community life.

The $510,000 development is part of The Barossa Council’s Big Project and will be a destination for both locals and visitors.

Tanunda Oval Under Lights

You’ve never seen Tanunda Oval like this before! Pixels Above has captured this awesome birds-eye view of the long-awaited lighting upgrade. 

The project will create new opportunities for twilight and night matches across a range of sports as well as attracting new events, reinforcing the Barossa as a genuine sports tourism and event destination. 

The project is a key feature of The Barossa Council’s Big Project, which also includes the upgrade of Tanunda Show Hall, electrical capacity upgrade and new storage and shelter for sporting clubs at Tanunda Recreation Park. We think the oval has never looked better!


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