- 37.4 km one way
- Suitable for
- Walking, Dog Walking, Get to by public transport, Jogging, Cycling
- Barossa Valley
- Download maps & GPS files
- 1 map PDF
- 2 GPS files
- 1 website link
- 9 photosJump to Photos section
- Travel options
- Travel time from Adelaide
- 1 hour or less
About the Walking Trail
Explore the Barossa’s premium food, wine and rich heritage with this high quality sealed walking and cycling trails that extend 40 kilometres from Angaston to Gawler via the three main townships of Nuriootpa, Tanunda and Lyndoch.
The path is ideal for intimately exploring the natural beauty of this magnificent region at your own pace. Travel as little or as much of the path as you like in either direction, enjoying stunning views, attractions and generous Barossa hospitality every step of the way.
Walk a shorter section and take in some wineries along the way. The section between Tanunda and Nuriootpa is good for wineries visits. This flatter section would be wheelchair friendly. The whole trail would be pram/pusher friendly.
Explore some of the history along the trail at barossa.com.
The trail is well sign-posted over the entire length. It is actually several trails joined end-to-end.
Gawler to Lyndoch, 14km
This section is bitumen and follows either the main road or the railway line.
Unfortunately the trail does not go all the way in to Gawler, however plans are underway to take the trail the remaining 4km in to the centre of Gawler.
Lyndoch to Tanunda, 15km
The trail is bitumen.
Tanunda to Nuriootpa, 6.5km
The section through Tanunda follows the footpath along Murray Street (main street), then a new trail constructed beside the railway.
Nuriootpa to Angaston Path, 7km
This is a bitumen trail follows the old railway line alignment.
Sculpture artwork and seating is scattered along the trail.
The trail was formerly known as Jack Bobridge Trail but was renamed the Barossa Trail in July 2019 (Barossa Trail was already the name for the shared path from Tanunda through Nuriootpa).