With wide, leafy streets perfect for strolling, Angaston and its surrounds are home to some of the Barossa's most fascinating heritage buildings and magnificent stately homes, a number of which now offer traditional bed and breakfast in true manor style.
Stroll through the town to take in wineries, galleries, the Barossa Quilt and Craft Cottage, restaurants and more. Venture beyond the town boundaries and you'll find several of the Barossa' oldest and best-known wineries, including Yalumba and Saltram.
English entrepreneur George Fife Angas was one of the founding fathers of the Barossa, sponsoring the migration of both Prussian religious refugees and English free settlers in a bid to open up the land. The town of Angaston bears not only his name, but his enterprising spirit. Today it features many of the regions' best restaurants and cafes, alongside specialty shops and artisans' studios.
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