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Sal Johnson
 
8 December 2015 | Sal Johnson

Bethany to Angaston trail

 

We love our neighbours here at Artisans of Barossa, and why wouldnt you when they are such a talented, diverse bunch of Barossan's. About two years ago the lovely Emily Hay from Turkey Flat and myself got together and came up with the idea of setting up a trail the runs through our fabulous little pocket of the Barossa.

And thus the Bethany to Angaston trail was started, since those initial conversations (over rieslings of course) we have seen the group grow to its current list of 11 Tasting Rooms, 5 accomodation providers and 6 fine food establishments.

If you are heading up to the Barossa over the festive period this is the perfect way to spend the day exploring. Included in the map are lots of activities for the whole family, from the ever popular Menglers Hill Lookout for the photographers, the Barossa Farmers Market for the foodies, the Pioneer Cemetery at Bethany for the history buffs and for all of those with kids we have included all the parks so the kids can run!

Click here if you would like to download your own copy of the map for your next trip to the valley.

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