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SALA Festival Event Barossa Bushgardens Exhibition

More than 100 people visited the Barossa Bushgardens for the launch of “Ground Works” on Sunday at 3 p.m.

President of the Barossa

Mayors urge yes vote for referendum

Two local mayors are asking residents to vote yes on a referendum to allow federal funding to be directed to councils.

The Barossa

John Falland Australia sells part of business

After fabricating some 300,000 barrel racks and 11,000 grape bins, John and Elva Falland of John Falland Australia, Nuriootpa have decided to semi

Shining endorsement

A stellar year for Penfolds has been topped off by being named Winery of the Year at the inaugural James Halliday Australian Wine

Twins take top spots

The Throup boys dominated last weekend’s 24 Hour Trial, with twins, Sean and Tristan taking the top two spots.

Sean’s fast and consistent

Barossa photographer enjoys LA challenge

He’s known for his amazing Barossa photographs but Tanunda based photographer, Mr Dragan Radocaj took his career to a new level this month

Fruit company starts redundancy process

The closure of Angas Park Fruit Company’s production side in Angaston came to reality earlier this month when 40 production staff received their

Barossa’s needs identified

Greater broadband, natural gas, accommodation and events infrastructure were identified as priorities for the Barossa when Regional Development SA met yesterday.

About 200

Retailer shows interest

A two day regional red wine tasting initiated by the Barossa Grape and Wine Association (BGWA) has the potential to allow more Barossa

Young chefs and waiters tour Barossa

Two of the region’s best young hospitality providers have shown off the Barossa to their peers from around the nation.

Mat McNamara, 26,