Our goal is to create strong and sustainable community networks. We provide a range of programs and services that support health and wellbeing, community connection and social cohesion.
Our priority is to ensure a harmonious and healthy coexistence with animals in the local area.
Arts and culture
The Barossa region has a rich history of arts and culture including heritage grants and resources, as well as supporting a range of creative industries.
We're responsible for seven cemeteries in the council area, specifically in the townships of Nuriootpa, Angaston, Eden Valley, Lyndoch, Mount Crawford, Mount Pleasant and Williamstown.
Emergency management is a shared responsibility between all levels of government, emergency services, and the community. If you need urgent emergency services assistance call 000.
Health and wellbeing
We’re here to support the health and wellbeing of members in our community, and have a range of programs that aim to provide assistance to find the help they need.
Local history and heritage
As our vision and values state we value the unique identity, heritage, land and place of our council area and acknowledge that our story is not just one, but many.
Justice of the Peace
We offer a free drop-in Justice of the Peace service at our Nuriootpa and Lyndoch Libraries
We provide a range of library services including digital resources, home library services, library events and workshops, social groups and more.
News and media
Stay up to date with the latest projects, events, and services from The Barossa Council
Our partnerships with key regional stakeholders are invaluable in maintaining the Barossa's identity.
The Big Project
The Big Project is the Barossa region’s largest and most ambitious community infrastructure project.
Barossa & Light Community Transport was set up in 1992 to help transport disadvantaged residents of The Barossa Council and Light Regional Council get to appointments and activities.
Volunteering Barossa and Light is a collaborative community service in partnership with Light Regional Council which commenced in March 2009.