Barossa by Bike

There is no better way to explore the Barossa's premium food, wine and rich heritage than by bike. Council's high-quality sealed cycling and walking network extends 40km from Angaston to Gawler via the three main townships of Nuriootpa, Tanunda and Lyndoch. To view all the cycling options the Barossa has to offer, including trails, cycling routes and stories, visit

Cycle Pocket Guide

Brochures are available from the Barossa Visitor Centre or by clicking here: Barossa by Bike Map

Barossa by Bike video

Cosi from "South Aussie with Cosi" shows why the Barossa is best by bike. Click here for video.

Bike Friendly Businesses

Almost 30 businesses across Lyndoch, Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston have signed up to become bike friendly in a partnership between Council and the State Government. Participating businesses offer discounts or special offers to cyclists as well as free water, bike parking and customer toilets. 

Cyclists are encouraged to look for the cycle friendly sticker at participating businesses, grab a flier from any Council branch or download the list of discounts and incentives. 

Barossa Cycle Hub

Council has constructed South Australia's first regional dedicated Cycle Hub. It offers a range of amenities including toilet, changeroom and shower facilities, bicycle hire and storage, bicycle maintenance station, bicycle vending machine, plus regional cycle and tourism information.

The Cycle Hub is located next to the Barossa Visitor Centre at 70 Murray Street Tanunda and is open 6am-10pm seven days a week. Bicycle hire is available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-4pm, Sundays and Public Holidays 10am-4pm. 

More information is available from the Barossa Visitor Centre (1300 852 982) or by clicking here: Barossa Cycle Hub flier