Golf Breaks in Australia


3 night package includes:

  • 3 nights at The Vine Inn (double occupancy)
  • Daily breakfasts
  • 2 rounds of golf at Tanunda Pines GC and Barossa Valley GC (Click the 'Golf Tab' for more details)
  • 'Meet the Winemaker' experience exclusive to Barossa Golf clients
  • Private return airport and golf club transfers (pick-up and return to Adelaide Airport)
  • 24 hour local assistance

Prices based on 4 people travelling.  Car rental can also be arranged although this is likely to effect the package price.

Other hotels available for this package include The Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, The Louise and the Kingsford Homestead.

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Barossa Valley vineyard

Barossa Valley Golf Club


The Vine Inn

Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, the Vine Inn is ideally located to take advantage of this world famous wine region. Only a 1-hour drive from Adelaide, this 4-star hotel provides Executive Queen & twin bedrooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms and feature cable television, air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi access and a refrigerator.

The Vine Inn also has a dining option with the Vine Garden Bistro which offers al fresco dining and an extensive range of local Barossa Valley wines. The local feel also carries through to the dining menu as the Bistro has extensive regional produce.

You can also enjoy the hotel’s solar-heated swimming pool, heated spa and Billy Jack’s Bar & Courtyard with live entertainment on the weekends. The bar features gaming facilities and large-screen televisions.

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The Vine Inn, Nuriootpa

The Vine Inn, Nuriootpa


Tanunda Pines Golf Club

Just a 1-hour drive from Adelaide and located adjacent to the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, the Tanunda Pines Golf Club is perfectly located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, the nation’s premium wine producing region. With its sandy base, the course is well known for its tight fairways and fast greens and it weaves its way through 100 year old gnarly gums alive with the sound of native parrots.

The course was established in 1938 and in 2021 underwent a transformation with the introduction of six newly designed holes. Tanunda Pines can rightly claim to be one of Australia’s regional woodland golf courses..

Barossa Valley Golf Club

The Barossa Valley Golf Club in Nuriootpa is within easy reach from the local towns of Tanunda, Angaston and Kapunda and is only an hour from the Adelaide Airport. Located in arguably one of the best wine-growing regions in the country, the 6026 metre, par 72 layout boasts fast and true greens and well-placed bunkers. Facilities include a practice range, putting green and chipping green.

You’ll also get to enjoy a relaxing game of golf in a true bush setting as Kangaroos wander the course as you play and bird fanciers will be delighted by the rare bird life found on a golf course that also acts as a sanctuary for flora and fauna.

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Barossa Valley Golf Club

Tanunda Pines Golf Club


Barossa Farmers Market

Located in the historic Yalumba Vintners shed, the Barossa Farmers Market opened in 2002. Open every Saturday morning, the market is the perfect place to connect with local producers who sell their beautifully fresh produce directly to the customers. With a reputation of supporting and growing local businesses the market proudly boasts Maggie Beer and Saskia Beer as previous stallholders.

Seppeltsfield Winery (taste the Year of your Birth)

Renowned wine critic James Halliday has described Seppeltsfield as “The most historic winery and greatest showpiece of the Barossa Valley”. Immerse yourself in the unique Centennial Cellar experience and walk the longest lineage of single vintage wines in the world dating back to 1878, before tasting the year of your birth. The Seppelt family began the tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage back in 1878 and to this day that tradition continues.

Whispering Wall

The remaining wall of the Barossa reservoir, The Whispering Wall was built between 1899 and 1903. The newly built dam was a marvel of engineering back in its day, but it is now famous for its unique acoustic effects. At over 100m in length, words whispered at one end of the wall can be clearly heard at the other end. Great fun for children and adults alike. You can also learn about the history of the dam construction and enjoy the scenery of the water reserve.

Barossa Goldfields walking trail

The Barossa Goldfields walking trails are interesting walks through the history of the old gold mine sites of South Australia, where almost 4000 people came to pan for gold in the state’s early settlement days.

Jam Factory

For almost 50 years the Jam Factory has been a unique not-for-profit organisation promoting the social, cultural and economic value of art, crafts and design. Producing handmade designs including ceramics, glass, jewellery and furniture the Jam Factory’s Seppeltsfield site is the creative hub for contemporary craft and design in the Barossa.

Maggie Beer Farm Shop

Maggie Beer and her family are still heavily involved in the day to day running of the farmshop, restaurant and the Orchard House accommodation. Come and taste the gorgeous products on offer, some of which are exclusive to the Farm Shop. Enjoy a coffee and cake or a glass of wine and a cheeseboard and relax to the tunes of the native birdlife. A must visit for foodies!!

Barossa Valley Ballooning

Enjoy the adventure and romance of the oldest form of flight. Float above the rolling vineyards of Australia’s world-renowned Barossa Valley and get a bird’s eye view of the regions wine producers. Flights are early morning and after safely touching down you will take in a champagne breakfast.

Barossa Valley Chocolate Company

With over 250 products made from milk, dark, white and ruby chocolate, the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is a perfect stop on any tour and caters to all ages. Marvel at the chocolatiers hand making the carefully produced chocolates and enjoy a wine and chocolate pairing. The on-site Benni’s Café is also a great place to relax with lunch overlooking the water.

Casa Carboni Italian Cooking School

Located in the beautiful town of Angaston, this Italian Cooking School & Enoteca was opened in 2012 by Italian chef Matteo Carboni. Hailing from Emilia Romagna, Matteo provides weekly cooking classes using the finest fresh Barossa produce and once you’re done you get to sit down and enjoy your work including a four-course lunch, glass of wine and coffee.

Barossa Valley Cheese Company

Owned and operated by a former winemaker, The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is known as the winemakers cheese. These rare cheeses are all handmade with an artisans skill and care using local cow and goats milk and as they’re made by a former winemaker you can be assured they will compliment your wine perfectly.

Endota Spa Barossa Valley

With spectacular scenic views over the rolling hills of the Jacob Creek vineyards, the Endota Day Spa Barossa Valley, located at the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort offers relaxing surrounding to allow you to unwind before your chosen treatment begins. Enjoy a soothing organic tea to relieve the stresses of the day and then slip into your facial, deep tissue massage or relaxation massage. Endota also offers body wraps and scrubs, waxing, manicures and pedicures.

Wine Tours

A visit to the Barossa Valley would not be complete without a wine tour of this renowned wine producing region.  Enjoy a private tour or join a group and sample some of the Barossa’s finest cellar doors such as Rockfords, Hentley Farm, Langmeil and Peter Lehmann and maybe take a taste of the famous Penfold’s Grange!




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Barossa Farmers Market

Hot Air Ballooning, Barossa Valley

  • Barossa Valley Golf Club

Well known as being Australia's largest wine producing region, the famed Barossa Valley needs no introduction to wine aficionados around the world, but why not combine your love for wine and golf and enjoy golf at the regions top two golf courses, Barossa Valley Golf Club and Tanunda Pines Golf Club.