Experience Autumn in Barossa: A Blend of Vintage, Arts, and Wine

As the summer heat mellows into the golden hues of autumn, Barossa comes alive with a vibrant tapestry of events celebrating wine, culture, and community. Autumn in Barossa is not just about vintage, but it’s a time when the region comes to life with events and experiences – and BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park is a convenient home base to make the most of it all!


Gin Clash: Seppeltsfield Road Distillers vs Seven Seasons Showdown – Thursday, 4th of April

Join Jon Durdin (Seppeltsfield Road Distillers) and Daniel Motlop (Seven Seasons) as they pour their award-winning spirits, including Barossa Shiraz Gin and Green Ant Gin, and shake a few cocktails in an epic spirit showdown.

Think spirits that celebrate ingredients of influence and place, cocktails that pack and punch and a gin showdown you don’t want to miss. Gin tastings, drinks and gin cocktails are available for purchase.


A Day on the Green: Peter Lehmann Wines – Sunday, 7th of April

What better way to embrace the spirit of vintage than with a day of music and wine at one of the Barossa’s most iconic wineries? Head over to Peter Lehmann Wines on the 7th of April for ‘A Day on the Green.’

Set against the backdrop of vineyards, this event promises an unforgettable experience, featuring live performances from Chris Isaak, Boy & Bear, Mark Seymour & The Undertow, and Vika & Linda.


Barossa Arts Festival – 1st to 30th April 2024

The Barossa Arts Festival is a month-long extravaganza of colour, culture, and creativity, taking place from 1 to 30 April 2024. It’s a time when artists come together to host interactive workshops, classes, music performances, and art exhibitions.

Lose yourself in the extensive art trail spanning twelve charming towns across forty venues, enjoy an afternoon at the Barossa Makers and Beyond Market, or delight in a Secret Candlelight Symphony.

Listen to new musicians vying for the Battle of the Bands title. For the creative souls or curious individuals keen to try something new, there are over forty art workshops – something for every member of your family.


Exploring Wineries During the Easter Long Weekend

As you plan your Easter long weekend getaway, it’s not too late to book your stay at BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park for a comfortable and convenient base to explore the region’s renowned wineries. With our range of accommodation options from spacious cabins to caravan sites, our Park offers the perfect retreat for wine enthusiasts and families alike.

There is enough to keep the whole family entertained this Easter Long Weekend – check out these amazing experiences!


Whether you’re drawn to the rhythm of live music, the allure of the arts, or the timeless elegance of Barossa wine, there’s no shortage of experiences to keep you entertained during your autumn visit to this iconic wine region.

So, pack your bags, raise a glass, and prepare to fall in love with Barossa all over again!

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