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Barossa Chateau

From AUD 165
Herman Thumm Drive
Lyndoch, SA 5351
Phone: +61 8 8524 4920
Mob: +61 432 063 369
iViewSouthAustralia.com / Barossa Chateau / Lyndoch Hill / Lyndoch / SA / 5351

Come and experience a truly wonderful time at the Barossa Chateau, for a unique shopping trip or day out with friends and family. There is no better way to enjoy your day by enjoying Devonshire tea, with fabulous coffee or tea in our little café, or enjoy some free wine tasting, and then taking a wander through our fabulous gift shop followed by a stroll through the Art & Antique Galley. A perfect way to finish your day is by wandering through the 22 acre rose garden and taking time to smell the roses………why not enquire about our Sunday afternoon High Teas.

The Chateau was officially opened by His Excellency the Governor of South Australia Sir Eric Neal in 2001, and then as a very grand achievement the incredible garden, with a collection of over 30,000 roses, was officially opened by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, in 2002.



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