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Adelaide, Barossa and Flinders Ranges

Experience the City, the Wineries and the Outback of South Australia

Spectacular South Australia City, Wineries and Outback Package Starting in Adelaide at the luxurious and beautiful 5 star EOS Sky City you will enjoy 3 nights in this central city retreat, before heading off for 2 nights at the Barossa Shiraz Estate in a luxury cottage amidst grape vines and wineries of the World-Famous Barossa. Then, experience the true Australian outback for 2 nights in a one-bedroom Eco Villa at Rawnsley Park.


  • Hire car
  • 5 star EOS Sky City Adelaide accommodation with luxury breakfast daily and a cocktail-making lesson
  • Barossa Shiraz Estate cottage stocked with fresh local produce for self-preparation breakfasts
  • Toiletries from the Lyndoch Lavender Farm, complimentary treats, and a bottle of Barossa wine on arrival, of course!
  • 1/2 day bike hire
  • Private day tour exploring the Barossa Valley. Your chance to explore cellar doors and boutique local produce stores all safe in the knowledge that you have someone to take care of the driving!
  • Rawnsley Park, Flinders Ranges Eco Villa with provisions for sumptuous daily breakfast
  • Central Flinders Tour
  • Lunch at the Praire Hotel, Australia’s quintessential, most awarded outback hotel
  • 1/2 day bike hire
  • Sunset on the Chace tour with wine and canapés


Adelaide, Barossa and Outback

Adelaide is an unpretentious city, that is warm and welcoming. Known as the Boutique City, everything is 20 minutes away, including wineries and the airport. This charming spot is in the ‘Festival State” – there is always something going on. EOS by Sky City redefines luxury – as befitting the South Australian Tourism Awards 2022 Best 5 Star Luxury Hotel winner.
The Barossa wine region is full of European tradition and a celebration of food and wine where you’ll see well preserved 160-year-old villages, chateaus and churches, gracious heritage towns, century-old cellars and some of the world’s oldest Shiraz vineyards.  The Barossa spans seven generations with a long history of making full-bodied reds, white wines and fortified.
As well as its 70+ wineries, the Barossa is home to award-winning restaurants, artisan producers, craft beer breweries, and arts in a uniquely Australian landscape of gum trees and vineyards.

The lower Barossa is suited to producing award-winning Shiraz, and the cooler higher area famous for its Riesling, with the main Barossa styles being Chardonnay, Riesling, Semillon, Grenache, Mourvedre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.

Package features:

Hire Car inclusive mileage

3 nights Adelaide EOS Sky City in a luxurious deluxe room at this inner city resort with cocktail package

2 nights Barossa Shiraz Estate in a one bedroom cottage
Perfect for a romantic getaway, or for a family or group of friends exploring the Barossa, each luxury cottage caters for between two and six guests.  Situated near Lyndoch, and surrounded by vineyards, the cottages are within walking distance to a number of wineries and restaurants, including Barossa Chateau /Lyndoch Hill, Kies Wines and Chateau Yaldara 1847 Wines.  Each of the cottages is stocked with fresh produce for self-preparation breakfasts, toiletries from the Lyndoch Lavender Farm, and other complimentary treats, including a bottle of Barossa wine, on arrival. With free Wi-Fi, vineyard views too.

2 nights Rawnsley Park in a one bedroom Eco Villa with daily breakfast provisions
Tucked away in a secluded spot with breathtaking views, the one and two-bedroom eco-villas are the ultimate in Flinders Ranges’ accommodation. Ideal for couples, they’re fully self-contained and have spacious living and dining areas, separate bedrooms with over-bed skylights, luxurious bathrooms and well-equipped kitchens. There are great views of Wilpena Pound and the surrounding ranges from your private verandah, and reception is a short five-minute walk away. We also have a swimming pool for the exclusive use of villa guests – a great place to relax in the warmer weather. As with all the pools, it is closed from May until the end of September.

Rawnsley Park – Central Flinders tour
If you have only one day to see the Flinders Ranges then this is the tour for you. Explore Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorges, then drive to Parachilna for a gourmet lunch at the Prairie Hotel. Return via heritage town of Blinman.

Sunset on the Chace
Watch a brilliant Flinders Ranges sunset overlooking the stunning Chace Range, whilst enjoying a glass of sparkling wine and gourmet canapés prepared by the Woolshed Restaurant. The 40 minute drive through the property provides a great opportunity to see native wildlife unused to human encounters. Wilpena Pound provides a stunning backdrop to this two hour tour.

From $3,099 per person

Optional: Heli camping experience. Departing from Rawnsley Park Station, take a late-afternoon helicopter flight past Rawnsley Bluff and over Wilpena Pound before landing on the Chace Range. Watch the sun set over spectacular views, whilst our staff set up your swag and camp for the night. You are then provided with a 2 course camp oven meal that you can finish preparing at your leisure. Sleep soundly under a star-filled Outback sky. The next morning, wake to a stunning sunrise, then cook yourself a bush breakfast over the campfire with the provisions that have been left for you. After breakfast you will have a  return flight back to the Station.

Barossa Shiraz Estate: Three bedroom luxury cottage.  Bring friends, family or a group. Two bedrooms at mezzanine level with two way access to ensuite and spa bath, balcony with spectacular views of the Barossa.  Ground floor has a king master bedroom with ensuite and spa bath, lounge, kitchen and outdoor garden area.
Rawnsley Homestead offers luxurious self-contained accommodation for two couples or a family. This traditional Australian homestead, built in 1950 from stone quarried on the property, has been beautifully renovated and transformed into indulgent, contemporary accommodation. There are two spacious living areas, a stylish dining room and well-equipped country kitchen, two beautiful bedrooms and two luxurious bathrooms. Sit on the wide verandah and soak up the breathtaking views of the surrounding Chace Range – or take a dip in your private swimming pool (the pool closes for the winter months, May, until the end of September)

Looking for other Australian Inspiration, or to add to this package? 

LUXURY MELBOURNE CUP 2023 PACKAGE: Flights included, then relax in our 5-star luxury Melbourne hotel, enjoy club level benefits including evening drinks and canapes, shop up a storm in Australias biggest and most luxurious mall, enjoy Yarra Valley wineries and lunch, mingle at our included dinner, THEN head off to Australasia’s premier fashion and sporting event – the Melbourne Cup 2023. Luxe Melbourne cup 2023 package here.

LUXURY MELBOURNE STAY AND GOLF PACKAGE: Combine a luxe Melbourne Hotel, Wineries, Gin and a country cottage stay inclusive of golf at a Greg Norman course. Luxe Melbourne City and Country Golf package here.

LUXE 5 STAR MELBOURNE AND HAYMAN ISLAND PACKAGE: Delight in our Club Level 5-star Melbourne hotel with many inclusions in your exclusive area including afternoon drinks, partake of some Yarra wineries with lunch, then head to Whitsundays Hayman Island to soak up the sun and relax in paradise with our free resort credit and sparkling wine on arrival! 5-star Melbourne and Hayman island package itinerary here.

HANDPICKED LUXURY TASMANIA FOODIE AND WINE PACKAGE: Sensational Tasmania (I was there in November) has so much to offer from fine hotels and stunning scenery to outstanding cuisine and winery experiences, why not add golf too? Tasmania Food and Wine Explorer package details here

THE BEST OF THE BEST SOUTH AUSTRALIA & ADELAIDE LODGE PACKAGE: This is the Ultimate in Southern Australia Lodge experiences, I have stayed at stunning Adelaide Hillas Sequoia, the restaurant is one of the best in Australia, plus in the award-winning Adelaide EOS, and the Barossa’s Louise is immaculate after a 35 Million makeover. For the ultimate in indulgence look at the South Australia Lodge Package here.

SYDNEY AND HUNTER VALLEY WINERIES BOUTIQUE ESCAPE: Enjoy the charm of our hand-picked Sydney hotel inclusive à la carte breakfast and evening cocktail and canapés, then head to the delights of the Hunter Valley to relax and partake of our Ultimate Hunter Valley Wine Experience. Boutique Sydney and Hunter Valley winery package details here.

SYDNEY, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS AND CANBERRA WINE & FOODIE DELUXE TOUR : Take in all Sydney has to offer then head off to Canberra via the Southern Highlands on this boutique accommodation exclusive private adventure for 2 ( or more) with many inclusions! Sydney to Canberra and South Highlands Wine and Foodie tour here.

All packages can be customised to choice of destination and accommodation, length of stay, inclusions and special activities. 

This package is just one example of many, that The Travel Co can offer you. Working with Bryce, you get direct access to an expert travel planner that will create a customised experience for you, based on your unique interests and expectations. Bryce has been a Travel Agent for over 25 years, creating luxurious experiences for individuals just like you. Inquire below to discuss your plan and become inspired.

What is on in Adelaide?
Adelaide Fringe 17th February to 19 March 2023. Australia’s biggest arts festival! For 31 magical summer days and nights, Fringe transforms Adelaide and greater South Australia. The festival stretches from up in Whyalla all the way down to Mount Gambier, with eclectic and vibrant events that include cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts, workshops and so much more. Full details here.

WOMADelaide 10 March – 13 March 2023. 600+ Artists from 30+ countries, 7 stages, 4 days… – World Of Music Arts & Dance – is an iconic open-air festival celebrating cultural discovery in the heart of Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Park. Full details here.

Tasting Australia 2023 28th April to 8 May is a celebration of eating and drinking. It is a showcase of all things South Australian: produce,  people, and place. Each year they invite audiences to step beyond a standard food festival and discover deliciously different experiences that feed their curiosity. Whether you crave long lunches with friends feasting on sumptuous produce, award-winning beverages served fireside at Town Square or menus created by world-class chefs – it’s all there! Details here. 

Illuminate Adelaide: A celebration of art, light, music and technology Australia’s newest major winter event is a beacon, an invitation, a city-wide spectacle of art, light, sound, and imagination, daring you to shake off the winter blues and rekindle a sense of wonder. Shining a light on South Australia from 28 June – 30 July 2023, details here.

The 75th annual Barossa Vintage Festival runs over four fun days April 19-23, 2023, with more than 70 stallholders expected at the event. A highlight on the event calendar, it displays, engages and celebrates the region’s wine, food, culture and heritage. Captivating the attention of visitors and locals alike, the Festival is an opportunity to soak up the Barossa way of life, a wonderful celebration of place, family, generational traditions, creativity, innovation, abundance and resilience.. The theme for the 2023 festival is ‘OLD ROOTS, NEW WAYS’. This honours the event’s significant history while looking to the future with enthusiasm.A much-loved tradition since 1947, and South Australia’s largest regional Festival, the Barossa Vintage Festival is a chance to eat, drink, stay and play in the Barossa and soak up the Barossa way of life. The bi-ennial festival showcases and celebrates the Barossa’s wine, food, community, culture and heritage over five-event filled days. Barossa Vintage Festival 2023 details here.  


Reform distilling
Reform was born when two Adelaide-raised brothers caught up over a gin & tonic, reminiscing and sharing emerging passions and ideas. Located in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs, Reform’s mission was to
create a relaxed, unstructured space where locals could enjoy a range of bespoke gins and urban Kent Town vibes. All of the bespoke gins are created in-house with locally sourced produce, with a mission to be as community-focused as possible, right down to the South Australian tonic they serve in their mind-blowing G+T’s. Enjoy a chat at the bar, a seat in front of the roaring fire or a catch-up with an old friend. Reform Distilling details here.

Created by hospitality greats Ben Bertei and David Wickwa, Kiin (Thai for ‘eat’) brings a taste of modern Thai cuisine to Adelaide/Tarntanya. The menu reflects Bertei’s extensive experience with the Thai cuisine. Dishes include turmeric, ginger and brie arancini to start, followed by white peach ‘som tum’, and charred Port Lincoln squid with yellow curry butter sauce, lemongrass and lime leaf. Located in the heart of the CBD with frontage that opens onto Angas Street, the restaurant has a charming appeal and inviting atmosphere sure to beguile any curious passers-by. Head to Kiin’s website to book your night out at one of Adelaide’s hottest new restaurants.

High tea cafes:
The Queen Of Adelaide
, opened July 2022 Grote Street in the CBD, offering a selection of sweet treats and beverages.
This elegant cafe is perfect for those who enjoy the finer things in life, with a selection of different high tea options to suit every occasion and price range. For adults, prices start at $55 per person for a traditional high tea experience and will go up to $80 for the fancier spread with champagne included. For more information, visit the website. Book High Tea here
On Facebook – Queen of Adelaide on Facebook

Cielo: Located in Adelaide Arcade, Cielo is the brainchild of 23-year-old Chaveli Goya, a trained pastry chef who holds a passion for the finer things in life with a humble twist. Throughout Chaveli’s childhood, she recalls fond memories engaging delightful cups of tea with her Abuelita (grandma) and the warmth that is derived from both the tea and the bonding. It’s these moments that sparked the inspiration behind Chaveli’s business venture. The old-world Adelaide Arcade location couldn’t be more suited to a high tea room. Cielo’s crisp white walls make for the perfect backdrop in order to let the divine cakes and pastries glow, while
the gold gilded Victorian Era frames bring elegance to the room. Bookings at Cielo here.

Bar riot. Sustainable wine company Riot Wine Co, now has a CBD outpost with Bar Riot opening in the centre of Adelaide/Tarntanya. Located on Gilbert Street, Riot Wine Co’s adventurous food menu features dishes such as pig’s head croquettes, Molotov cake and sardines with chorizo salsa matcha, all made to compliment the company’s signature tap wines served out of a 1000-litre terracotta wine vase, custom-crafted and shipped from Italy. The wine vase is the focal point for the bar, tying in with the pastel pink seats and open-air stone kitchen. Book a sitting now via the Bar Riot website.

Dolly, a new disco-inspired bar and eatery, has opened in Unley, one of Adelaide/Tarntanya’s trendiest suburbs. The sleek new bar is located just south of the CBD on the ground floor of a sleek new apartment complex. Created by the team behind Bar Lune, Dolly is the perfect spot for your next night out, offering share-style snack bites and a crafty cocktail menu. The cocktail list features inspired creations
like The Parton with gin, elderflower, chartreuse, apple and lemon and Pandanic mixing pandan-infused white rum, macadamia and pineapple. Whether you’re looking to have a drink, for something delicious to eat, a boogie with friends, or all of the above, Dolly brings all the vibes with a touch of disco. Make your booking at the Dolly website

A rooftop bar complete with sweeping city views, find yourself the best sunset seats in the house at Merrymaker. Located next to the bustling Adelaide Central Markets, Merrymaker is Adelaide’s highest rooftop bar. Situated on the rooftop of the unique boutique hotel, Hotel Indigo, Merrymaker showcases 25 different gins, creative cocktails and some of SA’s best wine and craft bars. I’ve been – recommend on a balmy night for drinks and pizza…

Craft Beer: Adelaide: inner city Adelaide has a raft of craft beer outlets including the following microbreweries (made, consumed and sold onsite):

  • I had the pleasure of visiting Mismatch Brewing Co. out at Lot 100 in the Adelaide Hills. Now they are in town too. Their comment “This is more of Brew Pub model with a small kit so we can do some exclusive fun and wonderful beers” I can thoroughly recommend!

    Within 5kms from the city centre are the following:

    Just a 50 minute drive northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa is an internationally-acclaimed wine region encompassing the towns of Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa. From tasting the official best wine in the world to sipping a local drop that’s as old as you or soaring over some of the oldest vines in the world, discover it all in the Barossa. Wander into over 80 cellar doors, sample some of the most awarded wines in the world and dig into sumptuous local produce. For the ultimate foodie’s adventure, take the Epicurean Way road trip through the best of the Barossa, and beyond.

    Barossa: Even though the wine is SENSATIONAL, it’s not all about just that in the Barossa. Taste and take a few beers back to your cottage too. Based in the beautiful Barossa Valley, the Rehn Bier micro-brewery is a must visit for those who love craft beer. Rehn Bier utilise traditional brewing methods and take a ‘hands-on’ approach, with every step of the brewing process taken care of in-house; ensuring full flavoured, authentic beers. Initially selling at the local farmers markets and to a few cafes and bars, demand quickly outgrew capacity and in late 2017 a new brewhouse was commissioned in a commercial shed on Magnolia Street in Tanunda. The wide range of styles, all produced on the premises offer something for everyone, from Pale Ale to Extra Stout, to Belgian style Abbey Ale & Smokey IPA. Seasonal releases add to the range.
    With 12 beer taps, plus a range of takeaway bottles, the Brewhouse Cellar Door is a casual & welcoming spot, ideal for a quiet beer with friends. 23 Magnolia Street Tanunda, open 11am to 5pm every day.

    Gin Tasting Experience, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers Experiences: Discover the award-winning releases of Seppeltsfield Road Distillers at their Barossa Valley Distillery & Tasting Room. The brain-child of the gin-loving, husband and wife duo, Jon and Nicole Durdin, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers’ range of gins have been praised both locally and internationally, earning them more than 60 medals, alongside being named Australian Gin Distiller of the Year in 2018. Guests are invited to partake in a relaxed tasting flight, where they can enjoy four gins (including the Barossa Shiraz Gin) by tasting through each one neat, with ice, and as a mini-G&T. Bookings are $20 per person, guarantee your space for an hour, and include your Premium Gin Tasting Experience. 436 Seppeltsfield Road Marananga

    Jacob’s Creek: Partake in great tasting wines and a rich history, all while taking in breathtaking vineyards and views of the Barossa Ranges. Featuring immersive wine experiences, exploring wines from across their series including from the ‘Our Limited Release’ range which is exclusive to the on site Cellar Door.
    Enjoy the perfect picnic packed for you, including a selection of food from local producers, a bottle of Jacob’s Creek wine, recyclable cutlery and plates and a picnic blanket to keep. Take your pick of the best picnic spots. Also includes a $10pp tasting flight.
    Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat

    Taste Tawny Port directly from the barrel, visit the striking cellar door, and explore the grounds of this grand Barossa Estate.
    Seppeltsfield is the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine each year. It is famous for its Centennial Collection – an unbroken lineage of Tawny of every vintage from 1878 to the current year. At the Seppeltsfield Centennial Cellar you can taste Tawny made in your birth year directly from the barrel, table reds released in small batches from the historic 1888 Gravity Flow Winery, or the renowned 100-year-old Para Vintage Tawny. The Cellar Door is located in the redeveloped 1900 Seppelt Bottling Hall, showcased in a world-class blend of historical and contemporary architecture. The Seppeltsfield Estate is home to a vibrant Barossa community of wine, food, art and beauty, highlighted by Seppeltsfield’s world-class cellar door & tasting rooms, FINO Restaurant, JamFactory Contemporary Art & Design studios and Vasse Virgin Skin care.
    730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, Australia, 5355

    Blending and degustation. The d’Arenberg Cube is a five storey multi-function building set among Mourvèdre vines. The building has the optical illusion of floating in a vineyard, each level with spectacular views over-looking the rolling hills of Willunga. Inside you’ll find a cellar door, a fine dining restaurant, and numerous artworks and features throughout curated by Chief Winemaker and fourth generation family member, Chester Osborn. Your experience begins in the Alternate Realties Museum on the ground floor of the d’Arenberg Cube, where a self-guided exploration will take you through a space filled with wall to wall art installations designed to excite and awaken your senses.  The Blending Bench is a hands on, interactive experience where you play winemaker. A palette of wine parcels, each with distinctive flavours and textures, are melded in search of balance, fullness, and finesse. The physical work is done – picking, crushing, fermenting, foot treading, basket pressing and barrel ageing, and you get to create a wine that is truly unique. You then bottle, name and label a 750ml sample to take home and show off to your friends. Following your blending session, indulge your taste buds at an eight course degustation in d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant, overlooking the rolling hills of McLaren Vale. This is a very favourite way of eating and homage, if you like, to the old adage ‘variety is the spice of life’. The resultant combination of flavours and textures created between the food & wine pairings makes for an experience that will linger indeed!

Colonel William Light, South Australia’s first Surveyor General named the Barossa Valley in 1837 after Barossa in Spain. Settled in 1842 by English, Irish and German, it quickly established its own lifestyle and culture. Vines were first planted in 1847. German Lutherans were prominent, and churches were commonplace. In 1843 the press posted that Germans made “a highly valuable class of colonists”. Known to be sober, industrious, and people who made progress, for many generations their customs, language, food, festivals and dress were at the fore. During the 1840s and 50s many Germans arrived due to European hardship and German remained the preferred language.

Johann Gramp, born in Bavaria in 1819, came to South Australia in 1837 and lived for a year on Kangaroo Island. He later settled at Jacob’s Creek and was naturalised on 2 May 1848. He soon had competition from Samuel Smith, born in 1812 in Dorset, England, who bought thirty acres to plant his vines and established Yalumba. Being successful at the Victorian goldfield he was later able to buy a further eighty acres. More details here Yalumba heritage .

One of the best known wine producers, Joseph Ernst Seppelt, arrived from Silesia in 1850. Born in 1813 he arrived with his wife and family, thirteen other families and a group of young men who had worked for him. After first settling at Klemzig, the family later moved to Seppeltsfield where Joseph grew tobacco, wheat and wine. By the mid 1860s he began constructing a full-scale winery plant.

Although early gentlemen winemakers provided the lead in commercial vine growing and winemaking, it was those families with large financial resources who soon took over and developed the industry. The earliest among them was the Seppelt Family. When Joseph Seppelt’s attempts at tobacco growing failed, he changed to wine on a large scale. Others who made successful attempts were the Jacobs, Salters, Gramps, Penfolds and Tolleys.

Christian Auricht migrated from Prussia in 1838, established one of the Barossa’s first trading villages on the banks of the North Para River, naming it Langmeil. This historical site is home to Langmeil Winery today, said to be the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. More on Langmeil Winery


Jacob’s Creek Picnic: 

Enjoy the perfect picnic packed for you, including a selection of food from local producers, a bottle of Jacob’s Creek wine, recyclable cutlery and plates and a picnic blanket to keep. Take your pick of the best picnic spots.  From $275 per couple.

Seppeltsfield: Taste your age in Port, or a Gin Experience. Seppeltsfield is the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine each year. It is famous for its Centennial Collection – an unbroken lineage of Tawny of every vintage from 1878 to the current year. At the Seppeltsfield Centennial Cellar you can taste Tawny made in your birth year directly from the barrel, table reds released in small batches from the historic 1888 Gravity Flow Winery, or the renowned 100-year-old Para Vintage Tawny. Don’t miss out on the Seppeltsfield Centenary Tour, one of Australia’s great travel experiences and a ‘must’ when visiting the Barossa Valley. From $250 per couple.

Penfolds Ultimate Experience Join a member of the Penfolds team on a journey through the foundation of Penfolds as Australia’s leading red wine producer. Your tour starts with a visit to the Grange Cottage; the original home of Dr Christopher and Mary Penfold before viewing the Magill Estate winery, vintage cellar and underground drives where you will discover the gems hidden within. Your tour concludes with an intimate tasting of Penfolds most awarded and sought after wines including one vintage of Grange. From $350 per couple

St Hugo Kitchen garden cooking experience. The connection between wine and food is central to the philosophy at St Hugo. This philosophy can be explored to another level through the Chef’s Table experience, hosted in the beautiful historical surroundings of the Jacob’s Family Estate. Beginning with a glass of Champagne, take a walk through the Kitchen Garden, and select the produce to be used in the preparation of your lunch. Be guided by a St Hugo Chef, to prepare lunch, develop your kitchen skills, ask the Chef all those burning foodie questions, and gain an understanding of the relationship between wine and food that underpins all of what is done at St Hugo. Sit for lunch with the Chef and feast on your culinary efforts, in some of the most beautiful surroundings in the Barossa, all enjoyed with a selection of St Hugo wines. From $510 per couple.

Barossa Wineries and Foodie Bike tour. Enjoy wine tastings at three cellar doors, fresh roasted coffee, bottled water, seasonal lunch, gourmet cake, and a beverage at a craft beer taphouse! You will cycle about 20 easy kilometres. From $440 per couple.

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