From beautiful scenery and exotic wilderness to savory fine wines, Australia has everything to be on everyone’s travel checklist. The massive area of Australia (which is the total of 60 different regions of wine) has so much for you to discover; consequently our top-ten list of related things here will hopefully guide you around the country without worrying much about your budget.
What To Do in Australia?
Winemaking and Chocolate Tasting in Barossa Valley – A 60km drive away from Adelaide will take you to Barossa Valley, one major wine-producing region that attracts wine-lover tourists all around. The tour highlights include giving you a try in blending your own wine in the laboratory and experiencing different types of wine during the day. Our limousine is always ready to offer you transits in style!
Some might be more eager to fully enjoy every taste of our renowned wine regions at once. Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills Wine Tour can be a good option. While Adelaide Hills offers you the cool climate wines, Barossa Valley gives you its hardy red taste. We know very well how to bring you all the best of it so a delicious gourmet lunch amid some amazingly scenic countryside views will fulfill your day.
Valley Gourmet Tour- Yarra Valley has a wide selection of not only wines but also of chocolate, juice and cheese. Prepare to experience all the gourmet flavors during the day. We promise that will keep you delightful enough as you wish.
Where To Stay in Australia?
Balgownie Estate Vineyard Resort & Spa, Yarra Valley- There is nothing better than enjoying your sip of wine in a vineyard. Yarra Valley’s vineyard has been awarded for its incredibility in accommodating. The hotel offers a relaxing spa, an indoor swimming pool, a cellar door and luxurious dining hall where Rae’s serves a variety of French, modern Australian cuisines, and of course, Balgownie Estate wines to make your meal complete.
The Louise, Barossa Valley – If you fancy a bit extravagance for accommodation, The Louise is happy to keep you companied. Being close to the nearest wineries and equipped with avant-garde facilities, The Louise is probably the best choice. Additionally, the amazing Appellation will not let you down by offering the top Australian dishes from local produce.
Where To Eat?
Eleonore’s Restaurant, Yarra Valley – Eleonore’s Restaurant is suitable for nothing but special occasions. You will have a chance to savor the best of local ingredients and wine, as well as observe its catalogue of awards.
Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop caters to you a total feeling of rural experience while enjoying your meal. With an open design, Maggie’s always comes up first for those who enjoy their repast with nature. Maggie’s special homemade pates together with wine will undoubtedly satisfy your taste!