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  • Have your say on transport, wastewater plans

    The community has an opportunity to comment on how Barossa Council manages and plans for its infrastructure, including roads, footpaths and community wastewater.

    Every four years Council seeks …

  • Community Transport

    This page has information about information about -

    Community Car Service . Community Bus Service . Public Transport

    Contact us

    P. 08 8563 8411Monday to Friday 9am till 5pmE. transport@ …

  • New cycle partnership for the Barossa

    A new cycle initiative is set to boost the number of people riding for work and leisure in the Barossa.

    The Bike Friendly Barossa partnership between Barossa Council and Department of Planning, …

  • Heatwave Relief

    Heatwave Relief Centres

    Local Community Members or Agencies seeking assistance for Heatwave Relief can contact the council on 08 8563 8444 (24 hour number) The Barossa Council will maintain an up …

  • Council releases draft Annual Budget

    The Barossa Council’s draft Annual Budget and Business Plan 2016-17, now out for public consultation, will see an operating surplus next financial year.

    Council has supported a strategy to …

  • Upgrade for Tanunda main street

    The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) will be undertaking asphalt resurfacing works on Murray Street Tanunda, between Gomersal Road and Para Road, to improve ride quality …

  • Asset Management Plans

    Existing Infrastructure Asset Management Plans

    IAMP - Transport - Adopted May 2017

    IAMP - Community Wastewater Management Systems (CWMS) - Adopted May 2017

    IAMP - Recreation - Adopted December& …

  • Asbestos

    Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material, which has been mined in Australia& overseas from several types of mineral rock. Asbestos has the potential to cause lung disease if inhaled. …

  • Warren Reservoir officially opens

    In a major boost for recreational fishing and tourism in SA, Warren Reservoir in the southern Barossa has been officially upgraded and opened to canoes and kayaks.

    The Barossa Council has worked …

  • Warren Reservoir

    In a major boost for recreational fishing and tourism in SA, Warren Reservoir in the southern Barossa has been officially upgraded and opened to canoes and kayaks.

    The Barossa Council has worked …

  • Springton road upgrade

    A $3 million investment in footpaths and sealed roads to enhance amenity and safety for Springton residents is about to enter the next phase of construction.

    Seven local roads – Gilbert, …

  • Lyndoch Bridge works

    The Department of Planing, Transport and Infastructure (DPTI) is upgrading the Lyndoch Bridge, with works expected to commence on 22 February and continue until July, weather permitting.

    Click here …

  • Development Information

    The Barossa Council area is covered by The Barossa Council Development Plan. The plan is updated and consolidated from time to time. A current version of The Barossa Council's Development Plan is …

  • Delegations

    What are they and why do we need them?

    The Barossa Council has certain functions and duties which it must perform, and certain powers which it may exercise, pursuant to the Local Government Act 1999 …

  • Community & Cultural Services

    Below are a list of fact sheets that relate to our community and cultural services and projects:

    Barossa Regional Community Transport Scheme

    Barossa Regional Home Assist Scheme

    Youth Services …

  • Waste Services

    The Barossa Council encourages ratepayers to Take the Challenge to:

    Waste Less, Recycle More

    Council has adopted a strategic approach to waste management, with the focus on reducing the …

  • Visitor Resources and Downloads

    Whether it's wine tasting, sight seeing or dining you will be sure to find it here. Below are some resources to assist you to plan your visit in the Barossa.

    Barossa Regional Guide

    Barossa …

  • Roads & Signage


    Council has allocated designated road categories based on road function and safety. This allows the prioritisation of resources to ensure roads are effectively maintained and managed.

    Council' …