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What travellers are saying
- What a fantastic and welcoming experience. Best value for money in the Barossa. We booked online which was so easy and were greeted at the restaurant by one of the owners. The grazing platter and wine flight for 2 was incredible,Written 5 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great community market and a nice place to grab brunch and support the locals. Easy parking and friendly stall holders. We enjoyed about an hour there trying and buying olives, cheese, relishes, dried fruit, nuts and more.Written 25 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great view of the Barossa Valley, plenty of parking. Interesting sculptures but I’m glad I didn’t just go to look at them.Written 7 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- AMAZING! A beautiful view, fantastic wine, Sharyn was a great hostess. A hidden gem and definitely one of the best. Make sure you take time to visit and relax.Written 5 August 2023
- Lovely town walk. Brochure highlighting route and buildings is available from the cheese shop; same information also available on blue plaques attached to buildings. Worth the brief detour to the chapel.Written 29 October 2022
- Beautiful bronze statue in honour of the Clydesdale horses that were used by the early settlers on their farms.Written 27 March 2022
- This place was interesting. Hubbie liked it more than me. How many horse shoes can you really find interesting? But it has interesting history and charm, run by some very nice volunteers who will tell you all about its history. The old cars and wagons out the back were super cool. The whole thing certainly takes you back in time. Will only take you 5-10 minutes to have a quick look through it though. Worth a look.Written 7 March 2021
- Positioned on the edge of Angaston village, Paisley Wines overlooks the Barossa. The views are spectacular and only surpassed by the experience. Unique and different to most 'cellar doors' you are treated to a wonderful selection of great wines in a relaxed, homely atmosphere. Feels like you are having a chilled afternoon with friends in the garden. There is farm animals for the kids, its a total family experience.Written 21 May 2022
- A wonderful collection of colours, textures, size and scents. A heavenly experience for the eyes and nose. A must if you are coming to Angaston...Written 31 January 2020
- The First Angaston Cemetery was commenced in 1847 and from records 223 people were buried here from 1847-1869. Only a few head stones remain, the earliest is 1856. Loads of history and a pretty area just off the main street of Angaston and part of the Heritage WalkWritten 12 September 2021
- Victoria Green was a small park in the center of town that provided a shady area and picnic facilties and its stone pillars draped with grape vines had a series of memorials for notable local people.. It was well done and a pleasant quiet place.Written 29 March 2021
- Angas Park dates back to 1876 and has been around for a long time and has all the amenities needed for a stop in the pretty town of AngastonWritten 5 September 2021
- A great place to find that unique gift. Everything is made by local artists and locals with a passion for quality.Written 24 August 2022
- Great selection of cheese and local produce including cured meats, biscuits, chockies etc.
You can do tastings and the staff are very welcoming.Written 25 August 2023
Frequently Asked Questions about Angaston
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- The best day trips from Angaston according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Maggie Beer Farm - Barossa Valley Regional Tour
- Experience Barossa Valley by E-bike
- Big Red Full Day Private Tour
- Tipple of Gin Experience Tour
- Full-Day VIP Barossa Valley Private Tour
- The most popular things to do in Angaston with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:See all kid friendly things to do in Angaston on Tripadvisor
Angaston Attractions Information
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