There is no better way to explore the Barossa’s premium food, wine and rich heritage than by bike. Its high quality sealed bike network extends 40 kilometres from Angaston to Gawler via the four main townships of Nuriootpa, Angaston, Tanunda and Lyndoch.
The bike path is ideal for intimately exploring the natural beauty of our magnificent region at your own pace. Travel as little or as much of the path as you like in either direction, enjoying stunning views, attractions and generous Barossa hospitality every step of the way.
Biking around the Barossa is generally easy on flat, cruisy bike paths that take you between towns and cellar doors. You may like to explore shorter sections of The Barossa Trail via the Barossa Touring Map or download the entire Barossa by Bike Trail Map (links below) which details the degree of difficulty for each section.
The Barossa is located approximately one hour from Adelaide by car or you can travel by train to the last stop in Gawler (Gawler Central Station) and walk directly across the road to the Gawler Visitor Information Centre to hire your bikes and cycle along the Jack Bobridge Cycle Track. You can also travel to the Barossa by bus/coach via a LinkSA or Adelaide Metro service.