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  • Tree removal puts safety first

    Public safety is at the forefront of a decision to remove a large cyprus tree at Memorial Park, Angaston.

    The Barossa Council has been informed the tree poses an unacceptable risk to people using …

  • Barossa Fringe on Tour

    The Barossa community will be treated to an unmissable series of live arts and music events at 2020 Barossa Fringe on Tour.

    The four-day event will feature 13 acts from February 14-17 including …

  • Championing disability inclusion

    International Day of People with Disability (IDPWD), which is marked globally as 3 December, has been observed within Australia for over two decades, in which time much progress has been made for …

  • Time to make a splash

    With Summer on the horizon it means pool season is about to get underway in the Barossa.

    The 2019-20 season will kick off from Saturday 30 November at the Nuriootpa War Memorial Swimming Pool and is …

  • Bushgardens Volunteer wins SA Landcare Award

    Having commenced his volunteer role over six years ago at the Barossa Bushgardens Mr Trevor Waldhuter, a retired school principal and vineyard gardener, quickly became a highly regarded member of the …

  • Making Regional Big Bash History

    For the first time ever, an official rebel Women’s Big Bash League game will be played in regional South Australia. The landmark game to be held at Nuriootpa’s Centennial Park on Saturday …

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