Welcome to our website. We are Wayne and Sandy, owners of Barossa Valley Tours (formally Valley Tours, established in 1979)
We are also the owner/operators of Be consumed. tours (see www.abrm.net.au), Adelaide Barossa Regional Minibus, and Roenfeldt Hill vineyard and wines.
It doesn’t come any better than this! Wayne is an affable local vigneron and winemaker. He is your host for most tours, and you can visit his vineyard and small winery in the Barossa, go behind the scenes and have the wine region experience of a lifetime.
There is nothing like touring as a small to medium size group. It’s up close and personal and you get see and do more. Ours are normally PRIVATE tours of the Barossa Valley and other wine regions of South Australia for 2 to 12 people. Yet we are the first to offer MERGE TOURS, whereupon you can choose for your tour to be fully private, or if you wish to enjoy a reduced cost, allow another couple or small group to join yours.
Our experience is that this can be a whole lot of fun, and you get to make new friends. So if you are just a couple and not seeking a private tour, do ask to see if there is already a tour booking for the day you are seeking, and we will ask the original booking party if they are happy to have you join them. We pass the savings onto all.
Our tours are the most comprehensive and flexible of the industry, and we constantly receive five star reviews on Trip Advisor.
Our McLaren Vale wine tours are the most comprehensive and flexible of the industry, and we’ll help build a customised itinerary for you.
For private group tours you get to choose from a list of great service and value lunch venues, or you can nominate a venue of your choice.
When you join a merged couples/small group tour, we arrange lunch at a speedy, great value venue we believe is best suited to the group.
The best method for us to confirm availability and price is to complete the enquiry form below. (Just with currently known details) It enables us to respond with a personalised quote/proposal, normally same day.
The Barossa Valley is steeped in history, with its early settlers of the 1840s and 1850s originating from both the UK and Germany...the Prussians of Silesia and Pomerania among them, escaping religious persecution.
The old blacksmith's shop at Gibson Wines was the home of Anna Kowald and Johann Steicke, who married on board during their epic migration to South Australia in 1841. They raised 10 children in this pug (clay and straw) structure.
A wonderful wine flight was provided by Victoria in the Gibson cellar door.
Our wonderful.Barossa tour group from Brisbane, agreed to start early and be at Henschke Wines by 9am, after a view overthe Valley from Mengler Hill.
Thanks Jodie, for the classy presentation in the Wheelwright room.
What an amazing day it was ❤️❤️
Thank you barossahelicopters
Luxurious private helicopter flight over the Barossa Valley
Every passenger has a window seat and 180 degree views
Experienced local pilots
Take off for a breathtaking, exclusive helicopter flight over the Barossa Valley wine region. You'll see the famous Jacobs Creek, fly over Tanunda and Seppeltsfield seeing many fine wineries, past Lyndoch and onto the Whispering Wall before continuing at a lower than normal flight level to base!
30 minute helicopter scenic flight
Pre-flight safety briefing
Departing Hoffnungsthal Valley, you will cruise past the township of Lyndoch heading along the western ridge of the Barossa Valley to Seppeltsfield. Here you will see vines contouring the rolling hills and palm tree lined roads. Then off to Nuriootpa, where your pilot will point out Maggie Beer farm and the famous Penfold Winery. Next you'll head for Stockwell to marvel in the scale of the Wolf Blass Winery and the lime quarry near Angaston, home of Yalumba Wines and Cornerstone race horse stud. Overhead Tanunda you can see the stunning old buildings of Chateau Tanunda and many old churches before soaring towards Rowland Flat to take in the views of the towering Jacobs Creek Winery. Some of these tanks hold up to 1.4 million litres of wine! From there you'll journey to the southern end of the Barossa, past Lyndoch near Cockatoo Valley and over the Whispering Wall
Share with me your experience of your first helicopter ride ❤️❤️