South Australia is known for its wine regions. So when my friends visited, I knew I had to take them on a wine tasting tour. I heard that Barossa is the best. Being a newbie to Adelaide myself, I was initially leaning towards booking with a tour group because there didn't seem to be much material on the internet about planning your own tour. But we decided to save money, go on an adventure and use technology to our benefit and planned our own Barossa trip. And now I get to share it with you!
The Whispering Wall
We arrived at our first stop at 10 AM. The Whispering Wall is said to be South Australia's first and highest arch dam. The coolest thing about the dam is that sounds from one end can be heard clearly from the other. No shouting needed, just speak like how you normally would and your friend standing all the way at the other side can hear everything that you're saying as if you were standing next to him. What wonder!
Next stop, Lyndoch Lavender Farm.
Seppelt Family Masouleum
On the way to our next stop, we noticed that other cars stopped to park at this area so we did the same out of curiosity. With a pretty view to take pictures in, it was worth a really quick visit.
Now, on to the wine tasting! Although we initially had other wine tasting venues on our itinerary, we decided to ditch the others since our visit to Seppeltsfield Winery was more than enough!