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Support for the Barossa Vintage Festival ‘heart-warming’

With event registrations now closed ahead of the 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival, Festival Director, Ms. Jenny O’Brien said the response to the much-loved community Festival has been “heart-warming”.

2019 Barossa Vintage Festival Parade

Andrew Swyghuizen, Charlotte Williams, Julie Noack, Bryce Wilds and Julia Vivian part of the Co-op float. Madeleine Hopgood in the Vintage Festival’s Young Ambassador float...

2021 Barossa Vintage Festival Parade Gallery

2021 Barossa vintage festival parade 2021 BAROSSA VINTAGE Festival parade The Barossa Vintage Festival Parade made history recently as the first community parade/pageant in South Australia...

Connecting Barossa volunteers

Give Time Barossa is helping organisations, businesses and communities do more with less by connecting people in micro or occasional volunteering roles.

Penfolds Grange sells for $58,250

Wine enthusiasts, investors and makers came together Friday at Lambert Estate for the biennial Barossa Wine Auction – Live Auction and Lunch.

Celebrating local young talent

The lush green lawns of Nuriootpa’s Coulthard House will set the scene for the only youth music event in the Barossa Vintage...

Barossa Scarecrow Competition

Join in the fun and vote for your favourite scarecrow in the 2021 Barossa Scarecrow Competition.

2021 Vintage Festival will show the best of the Barossa

The 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival programme offically launched on Thursday, December 10th

Get back on track in Angaston

As the first year anniversary of the Barossa Adventure Station approaches, the Angaston Community Business Alliance (ACBA) are preparing to host Vintage...

Community callout for parade registrations

The Barossa Vintage Festival is built on the foundation of community spirit, pride and participation. Since 1947, the Barossa community have embraced the Festival, by hosting and participating in events which showcase and celebrate the region’s famed wine, food, art and culture.