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BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park offers guests a relaxed environment to soak up all that tranquil nature while spending quality time together.

Next time you’re searching for a family-friendly getaway, complete with powered campsites, communal barbeques and plenty of pool action, check out BIG4 Barossa.

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Or if you want a little more luxury, choose the deluxe or standard cabins that sleep up to six people, making them ideal for young families or groups of friends looking to explore the world-famous Barossa Valley region. And don’t worry about your four legged friends, they’re more than welcome — it’s not only pet-friendly but also has a brand new dog park just across the road!

“It’s all about reconnecting,” BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park Manager Tanya says. “The park can remove you from the noise of your day-to-day life and pop you in the middle of a beautiful area to disconnect from the hustle and bustle and enjoy time with each other.”

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It’s the little touches that make it so special. The caravan park gets a 5pm buzz with a social happy hour, and the cabins are decked out with balcony areas so you can enjoy your morning cuppa listening to kookaburras and magpies. The fire pit is the perfect spot to swap stories with your tent neighbour. Try your hand at the oversized chess board, check out the half-sized basketball court or hire a pedal go-kart to keep the kids busy.

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Backing onto Coulthard Reserve, the opportunities for guests of the park to soak in their surroundings are endless. There are walking trails stretching far and wide, and even the rustic Bush Chapel sitting out the back, making it the perfect spot for an outdoor wedding.

The staff at this holiday destination are some of the most knowledgeable people in the Barossa, full of fun facts and day-trip recommendations that can be tailored to you. At the BIG4 Barossa, it’s all about supporting local and encouraging guests to see and do as much as they possibly can in the region — whether it’s on foot or bike, or on board the Wine Wagon to tour some of the region’s best wineries.

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The enjoyment of the park is amplified when you learn that the BIG4 Barossa is actually a community-owned piece of land, run by a board of local volunteers, with funds being used to maintain the local sporting grounds. What better way to immerse yourself in country life than by enjoying a footy match on the oval that backs onto the park?

Next time you’re searching for a weekend escape, book into the BIG4 Barossa. You’ll leave feeling recharged and refreshed after enjoying the luxury of having the entire region on your doorstep.

Millie xx


Millie Looker

Millie Looker

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