Exploring the Barossa: Top 3 Things to do in Lyndoch this Spring

Are you ready to soak up the sun, savour world-class wines, and bask in the beauty of the Barossa Valley? Nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park is your perfect base for exploring the diverse wonders of this world-renowned wine region. Barossa Tourist Park is situated just a short 25-minute drive from the picturesque town of Lyndoch, and we’re here to guide you through the top three things to do in Lyndoch during the spring and summer months.


Wine Tasting at Lyndoch Hill

Distance from BIG4 Barossa: Approximately 23 minutes by car


Your journey through the Barossa would be incomplete without indulging in its renowned wine culture. Lyndoch Hill, a historic estate and the home of Barossa Chateau, offers a delightful wine tasting and restaurant experience. You can stroll through their rose garden and explore the 25 acres of beautiful grounds. Sipping a glass of Shiraz or Chardonnay while surrounded by picturesque gardens is the perfect way to kick off your Barossa adventure.

Lyndoch Hill & Barossa Chateau


Lyndoch Lavender Farm and Cafe

Distance from BIG4 Barossa: Approximately 30 minutes by car


The Lyndoch Lavender Farm and Cafe is a fragrant haven in the heart of the Barossa Valley. You don’t need to travel to Valensole in France to witness the stunning purple landscape that is lavender fields in full bloom. The warmer months are the best time to visit, and there is nothing quite taking a leisurely stroll through the lavender gardens on warm day. The café offers lavender-inspired culinary delights and, of course, a great cup of coffee. Don’t forget to explore the gift shop and bring home some lavender-infused goodies as a memento of your visit.

What to do in Barossa? Lyndoch Lavender Farm


Barossa Helicopter Tours

Distance from BIG4 Barossa: Approximately 30 minutes by car


For an extraordinary perspective on the Barossa Valley, consider embarking on a Barossa Helicopter Tour. These scenic helicopter tours offer a bird’s-eye view of the Barossa’s rolling ranges, vineyards, charming towns, and stunning landscapes. Soar over the valley’s iconic wineries and take in the beauty of the region from above. It’s a fantastic way to appreciate the Barossa’s grandeur – whether you opt for a short flight or an extended tour, this experience is bound to be a highlight of your Barossa Valley adventure.

Barossa Helicopters


Lyndoch is not only a delightful town, but also conveniently located near the BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park. So, whether you’re in the mood for wine tasting, aromatic gardens, or sky-high fun, Lyndoch has something to offer everyone during the spring and summer months. Make the most of your visit to the Barossa by exploring all that this charming town has to offer.