Tours

There are numerous opportunities to get out and about and explore Gawler and it's scenic surroundings. From walking trails, driving tours, wine tours and places of interest, there is no excuse to get not get out and see all that this region has to offer.

Please enjoy some of the best options available, courtesy of the Gawler Carvan Park.

Barossa Walking Trails

Barossa has numerous historic and scenic walking tours, none longer and more scenic than the Jack Bobridge trail, a 37.4 Km undulating trail that flows from just outside Gawler, all the way to Angaston. Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park has two walking trails, the Stringy Bark trail which is a moderate, 1 hour hiking trail among the Stringybark Trees and the Wallowa Hike loop, a 2-3 hour trail that will take you on a full look of Kaiserstuhl. Angaston and Tanunda both have beautifully historic town walking tours, as does Bethany, one of the original towns of the Barossa Valley, all worth a look.

Gawler Walking Trails

Gawler is bathed in history and there are some fantastic walking trails on offer that can help you learn the history of Gawler, one building at a time. The Gawler Historic Main Street walking tour is a fantastic place to start, the tour covers Gawler main street from top to bottom, see as much or as little as you like. The E.H. Coombe walking tour of Gawler starts at the Gawler train station and finishes at the Gawler Central train station, a mere 200m from the Caravan Park entrance, and covers the settlement of Gawler and the Coombe family's history. Gawler has many walking tours that weave through conservation parks such as the Clonlea park walking tour and the Gawler Rivers Path which can be walked in sections or in its entirety (10km's) following the North and South Para rivers.

Brewery Tour

The Barossa, known for its wine, also dabbles in breweries, some of which create some fantastic craft beer. A day tour to the Barossa could include visiting any of the Greenock Brewery, Rehn's Brewery, Stein's Tap House and Barossa Valley Brewing; with a 10% discount deal for our customers (with BVB only). If you were looking to expand your tastes, a trip to Kellermeister's and Maggie Beer's Farm for a cider or two could be right up your alley.

Foodie Tour

This is one for the foodies, a tour which finds some of the most magnificent food stops in the Barossa, starting with Maggie Beer's Farm. This is an obvious choice, the famous chef has some of the most delightful and organic food on offer. Steiny's traditional metwurst and Barossa Valley Cheese Co. are two humble eateries, packed with flavour and delicious food. For a little bit more style, the Company Kitchen in Angaston and Seppeltsfield provide classy restaurant options to finish your day.

And Much More

It would be impossible to include everything this region has to offer because it is so jam packed with history and culture. Between the wine tours, walking trails and sites to see, there is more to see and do than you could ever imagine!
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