Regional Heritage Network
The Regional Heritage Network represents over 20 heritage groups across the greater Barossa region. The purpose of the Network is to increase collaboration between heritage groups, develop wider engagement in cultural heritage and identify cultural tourism opportunities
Together the Regional Heritage Network has developed the Barossa Regional Heritage Strategy 2021-2025 and Annual Plan 2021.
Since the Network was established a range of projects have been delivered including the Barossa Heritage Trail map, The Barossa: Federation to the Fifties publication, annual Vintage Festival, and History Festival events including The Barossa History Fair.
The Network is launching the Barossa Heritage Trail app in 2022.
Regional Heritage Network groups
- Angaston & Penrice Historical Society
- Bethany Heritage
- Barossa Council Public Libraries Nuriootpa Library History Room
- Barossa Goldfields Historical Society
- Barossa Valley Archives and Historical Trust & Barossa Museum
- Barossa Machinery Preservation Society
- Eden Valley Tourism
- Friedensberg Early German School Museum
- Gawler Cultural Heritage Centre
- Greenock History
- Heritage Roses in Australia Barossa and Beyond
- Kapunda Museum and Kapunda Historical Society
- Keyneton Progress Association
- Langmeil History Centre
- Light Regional Council Kapunda Library
- Luhrs Cottage Preservation Society
- Lyndoch and Districts Historical Society
- Moculta District Historical Society
- Mount Pleasant History Room
- Nuriootpa Futures Association
- Reconciliation Barossa
- The Streets of Nuri
- Williamstown & Districts Historical Society
Local heritage trails
The Barossa Council region consists of various heritage walks and trails. Download the Barossa Heritage Trails app on Google Play or the App Store and explore our regions unique locations and historic sites and buildings.