The scarecrow invasion is here - now vote for your favourite!
Award winners of the 70th Barossa Vintage Festival recognised at an informal wind down.
Gomersal's Gaby White grows her cellar, while Angaston's Rachael Doecke prepares to go shopping.
Carla Wiese-Smith The Lyndoch community has taken home the bragging rights for the 2017 Barossa Scarecrow Competition.
Carla Wiese-Smith The Barossa is buzzing from what is being hailed as a highly successful 70th Barossa Vintage Festival.
The biennial Barossa Wine Chapters Auction at Chateau Tanunda on Friday has been labelled the 'most buoyant' in its history.
Carla Wiese-Smith Like the grapes that stain our winery workers’ hands, there’s something about being a Barossan that gets into your skin and just sticks.
Victoria Biffin Lyndoch resident David Williams is constructing a colossal barbecue from recycled materials. The slow cooked treats will be served at Sunday's Feast, Folk and Fossick event.
Festival volunteers will assist and support organisers across a number of events.
Over the past year the children of Tanunda Lutheran Early Learning Centre have been involved in an ornithology project.