Barossa Valley Journey

Kingsford Homestead is located on the edge of the breathtaking Barossa, a region of history and renowned for their unmatched food and wines.

Follow in the footsteps of the pastoral pioneers on an early morning walk. Try a little vintage wine-tasting in the slate-floored cellar. Explore the Barossa, mingle or journey inwards for self reflection.

Take an outdoor bath in nature, inhaling deeply whilst listening to the birds and sipping on Champagne. Letting go.

With a customised itinerary for guests, your journey could include unforgettable culinary or wine experiences, hot air ballooning over the picturesque landscape, family fun activities, spa treatments, yoga onthe luscious lawns, cooking classes and much more!

Itineraries are customised based on your desires and requirements from involced corporate retreat itineraries to relaxed ones designed for family stays. Talk to our Property Hosts about putting together a proposed itinerary just for you.

About the Barossa

The Barossa is one of the world’s finest wine-growing regions, and is arguably home to the oldest vines in the world.

Now at the heart of the Australian wine industry, the rolling valleys and fertile plains of the Barossa were first noted in the 1830s for their extraordinary potential. In 1842 communities of Prussian émigrés were brought into the region to establish a little of the ‘old world’ in the new. As was their tradition, a few began to grow vines…

Today, their influence, their culture and indeed their extraordinary wine-making skills can still be seen in the historic settlements of this beautiful region – in towns like Bethany, Tanunda and Angaston. Not unrelated, the region supports an exquisite food culture and artisan production.

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On Arrival 

Kingsford Homestead caters to just 14 guests and we would love you to be among them. 

On arriving, you’ll be welcomed by your hosts Cassie Ferrett and Kyran Gardner. They’re ready to help you enjoy the very best of this magnificent property as well as the many attractions of the world-famous Barossa.

The Barossa Valley boasts some brilliant providores in the nearby charming historic towns, and we would be delighted to recommend some of these gems to you. Our luxury property is located only a short drive to nearby historic Tanunda, a village boasting a mecca of regional foodie delights. Meander through the rolling hills of the Barossa Valley as you drop in to some of the best Wineries in the world, enjoying tastings and yarns with winemakers and local characters.

Barossa Attractions

Be sure to talk with your hosts Kathy and Kyran – they’ll be delighted to suggest some activities or tailor an itinerary to your interests so you can make more of your time in the Barossa. 

Wine tours: If you’d like to self-tour we can provide a map marked with some famous historic local wineries (nearby Seppeltsfield is a must-see) as well as a few well-kept secrets where you can taste boutique wines. Alternatively we can arrange for you to tour the region by bike, or we can organise a chauffeur guide with all the local knowledge and connections.* 

Ballooning: We’ll wake you before dawn and get you up, up and away in one of the most sensational balloon rides in the country. An amazing way to sample the Barossa wine country…*

Gliding: Take to the air over the Barossa out of Gawler – it’s a wild ride and one to tick off the ‘must-do’ list.* 

Golf: Tee off behind the Jacob’s Creek estate on one of South Australia’s most picturesque 18-hole courses*. Very popular with local winemakers!

*Charges apply and flying activities are weather-dependant