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Welcome to The Barossa Council

The Barossa Council area has a population of 21,000. Council's principal office is located 60 kms north-east of Adelaide.  The Barossa is one of Australia's prime tourism destinations: a place for premium food, wine and a beautiful natural environment.
A great place to work and live, steeped in tradition with a vibrant lifestyle and a strong economy derived from agriculture, viticulture and manufacturing.

Tasting Australia forum “Utopia, Food and Wine: the case for UNESCO World Heritage listing of the Mount Lofty Ranges” Thursday 1 May at Tarntanyangga (Victoria Square)

24 April 2014
Tasting Australian Forum - 1 May 2014

Seeking Feedback on the draft Regional Public Health and Wellbeing Plan

17 April 2014
Good health is everybody's business! That's why the Barossa, Light, Gawler and Mallala Councils are asking for public feedback on the draft Regional Public Health and Wellbeing Plan. Consultation finishes close of business Friday 16th May 2014, so have your say now!

Bushfire Recovery Update - April

16 April 2014
The Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre will be undertaking surveys in the vicinity of the Eden Valley Fire Ground from 28 April.

LGA Corruption Survey

14 April 2014
A survey into corruption in government is underway as part of a major research project.

BlazeAid update - volunteers still needed in Angaston

2 April 2014
BlazeAid expects to remain in the area another month and still requires volunteers.
The Barossa Council - 43-51 Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa SA 5355 (PO Box 867)
Tel: 8563 8444 | Fax: 8563 8461 | Email: barossa@barossa.sa.gov.au | ABN: 47 749 871 215
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