Discovery Holiday Parks – Barossa Valley is located in the charming town of Tanunda in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Australia's best-known wine region and South Australia's most visited tourist destination.
Only 70km north of the beautiful city of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley has a unique beauty of its own. Spend your days exploring the vine-covered plains and hills that surround the charming townships and discover the Lutheran churches with their distinctive square spires that dot the rural landscape.
Discovery Holiday Parks – Barossa Valley is only a few minutes walk to the centre of Tanunda, Barossa’s picturesque main town and nearby to wineries, historic buildings, museums, scenic tours, bush walks, art galleries, fine restaurants and more.
At the end of the day exploring, Discovery Holiday Parks – Barossa Valley has a range of accommodation options to suit all. Choose from Deluxe self-contained cabins, your home away from home, through to Powered and Unpowered campsites. Our playground, swimming pool and inflatable trampoline will keep the young and the young at heart entertained.
Settle back in a deck chair under a shady tree, alone, or with friends old and new, sit back and relax, share your travel stories and enjoy some local food and wine as you soak up the atmosphere of the beautiful Barossa Valley.
- Bike Hire
- Bouncing Pillow
- Camp Kitchen
- Inflatable WHale Waterlside (wether dependant)
- Recreation Hall
- Swimming Pool
THINGS TO DO AND SEE
The Barossa Valley is Australia’s premier wine region. Discover boutique cellar doors or visit world famous wineries including:
- Whistler Wines
- Grant Burge Wines
- St Hallett Barossa
- Rockford Wines
- Charles Melton Wines
- Chateau Tanunda
- Langmeil Winery
- Ross Estate
- Peter Lehmann Wines
Tour Barossa offer a door to door service taking you to the biggest, the smallest and the best wineries the Barossa valley has to offer. Choose from a private tour, a bus tour or from their secret series to discover the best of the Barossa valley
For the more adventurous explorers, why not see the Barossa Valley from above. Balloon Adventures Hot Air Balloons depart from Langmeil Winery and offer a truly unique Barossa experience.
Barossa Daimler Tours
Winery tours with a difference, Barossa Daimler Tours offer a chance to explore the Barossa Valley in classic 1962 Majestic Major Daimlers brought to Australia for the Royal Tour in the sixties, experience a little piece of Australia’s history.
Ten Pin bowling and Mini Golf fun for the whole family. Barossa Bowland is home to the famous Tanunda Dinosaurs!
Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
Pick up some supplies, stop for lunch, or learn some tips of the trade at their daily demonstrations, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop is just down the road and a Barossa Icon.
Barossa Sculpture Park & Mengler Hill Lookout
Take a drive to the Mengler Hill lookout and Barossa Sculpture park where you’ll see breathtaking views of the Barossa Valley and the beautiful sculptures created by artists to reflect the environment, ambience and the spirit of the Barossa.
The Whispering Wall
Built between 1899 and 1903 the Whispering Wall, a part of the Barossa Reservoir, was an engineering feat for its day. What draws visitors to the wall however is its unique acoustic effects which means that words whispered at one side can be clearly heard at the other more than 100 metres away.