What was Barossa valley famous for?
It is famaous for its wineries.
The Barossa Valley is famous for its wonderful wines that are produced there. There are many wineries that you can go to the cellar door, and taste their wines. It is an amazing place.
western australia Barossa would be classified as a district, similar to a French appalation. It is in South Australia. Western Australia has nothing to do with the Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is famous in South Australia for its vineyards.
The Barossa Valley, a famous grape-growing and wine producing region, is in South Australia. It lies in the southeastern corner of the state, just northeast of Adelaide, the state's capital.
The Barossa Valley is in South Australia.
The Barossa Valley, one of the most famous wine making regions in the world.
The Barossa Valley is located in South Australia.
Barossa Valley is located in South Australia, Australia is home to hotels such as : Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, Jacob's Creek Retreat at Moorooroo Park, and Abbotsford Country House.
The Barossa Valley is the most famous and the most accessible, located only a few hours north of Adelaide.
Assuming no wines have been drunk ... English. Assuming wines have been drunk ... don't even try to understand them. Barossa Valley is famous for it's wine and is located in the state of South Australia (Australia). Australian's speak English.
In which Australian State would you find the world famous wine regions of Barossa McLaren Vale and Clare Valley?
in South Austraila.
The Barossa Valley is in near Adelaide in South Australia, generally about 40 minutes drive from the city (depending on where you are traveling from and traffic)
The Barossa Valley is a major wine-producing region and tourist destination in the Southern part of Australia. It is located 60km northeast of Adelaide.
164,000 hectares to be close!
Its hard to get a accurate count because the Barossa Valley isn't a formal region like a suburb or council in itself, the major towns in the Barossa Valley populations combined is about 15,000 but it covers a wide area so there would be more than just that, having grown up in the area id ballpark it at about 25k total.
Depending on where you start in Melbourne, and where you end in Barossa Valley, it's about 750 Km, give or take. At normal driving speeds, figure just over 10 hours or so.
The Barossa Valley in South Australia was first settled in 1842 by English and German settlers. The English actually proclaimed the colony of South Australia, but the Germans arrived there after fleeing religious persecution in their own land under King Friedrich Wilhelm III. The area of the Barossa Valley was similar to the rolling hills they were used to back home, and ideal for their agricultural practices.
The distance is about 45 miles.
The Barossa Valley is in the Australian state of South Australia. I've heard tales that the name Barossa is Italian, referring to the red soil of the valley, but in fact the name is due to a spelling mistake. The valley was named for the 1811 Battle of Barrosa, in which the English defeated the French. When the name was registered it was spelled with one 'r' and two 's's, and by the time anyone… Read More
Barossa Valley is very well known for its wineries and beautiful countryside. The Barossa Valley was originally settled by German immigrants, refugees from persecution, and the region retains much of its original German culture. In addition to the wines, visitors can enjoy distinctly German foods and experience other facets of German culture. As one of the oldest settled areas in South Australia, it has many beautiful old stone Lutheran churches and other buildings.
South east corner of South Australia
The Barossa Valley in South Australia named by South Australia's Surveyor-General, Colonel William Light, in 1837. It was first settled in 1842 by English and German settlers. The English actually proclaimed the colony of South Australia, but the Germans arrived there after fleeing religious persecution in their own land under King Friedrich Wilhelm III. The area of the Barossa Valley was similar to the rolling hills they were used to back home, and ideal for… Read More
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA Adelaide Super Zone includes Mount Lofty Ranges, Fleurieu and Barossa: Barossa Barossa Valley Eden Valley High Eden Far North Southern Flinders Ranges Fleurieu Currency Creek Kangaroo Island Langhorne Creek McLaren Vale Southern Fleurieu Limestone Coast Coonawarra Mount Benson Padthaway Wrattonbully Robe Bordertown Lower Murray Riverland Mount Lofty Ranges Adelaide Hills Lenswood Piccadilly Valley Adelaide Plains Clare Valley The Peninsulas Hopefully...That's Enough....^_^...Njoy!
The Barossa Valley: About an hour's drive northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa is the most well-known wine growing region in South Australia. The Clare Valley: A must for Reisling lovers, the Clare Valley is a short drive from Adelaide. McLaren Vale: Where the vines meet the sea, McLaren Vale is less than an hour's drive south of Adelaide and known for Shiraz.
Some popular areas are: -The Barossa Valley (outside Adelaide in South Austraia) -The Hunter Valley (in NSW) -The Yarra Valley (outside Melbourne, victoria) -Margaret River (in Western Australia)
In Australia, the area most well known for its vineyards is the Barossa Valley of South Australia. While there are many other well known grape-growing areas, such as Mildura and the Riverina of New South Wales, the German- founded Barossa is the best known.
Jeanette McLeod has written: 'Barossa Valley sketchbook' 'Yorke peninsula sketchbook' -- subject(s): Pictorial works
Famous places in the state of South Australia include: the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy Flinders Ranges the capital city of Adelaide the famous wine region of the Barossa Valley Lake Eyre, Australia's largest salt lake Lake Cadibarrawirracanna, the place with the longest name in Australia the Coorong, a series of freshwater and saltwater lagoons on the southern coast Kangaroo Island
The wine company Penfolds was established in 1844. The company was founded by Christopher Rawson Penfold and is located in Magill and Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Most grapes are imported from the Mediterranean. Some are grown in the USA and Europe. Grapes are also a popular crop in Australia, along many of the inland rivers, and in the Barossa Valley of South Australia.
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Australia's best known "wine country" is probably the Barossa Valley, in South Australia. However, there are numerous other significant wine regions, including the Margaret River area of southwest Western Australia, the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, the Yarra Valley in Victoria and the Granite Belt in southern Queensland.
Yes. Many of them are bilingual, adept in both German and English. they speak it freely at home and, if they have access, within German communities such as those found in the Barossa Valley, SA.
Kangaroo Island Murray River Flinders Ranges Wilpena Pound Blue Lake, Mount Gambier Barossa Valley Opal fields - Coober Pedy and Andamooka The Coorong
* Yosemite * Napa Valley * Death Valley
yosemite. napa valley. death valley
hard to say because "most famous" is subjective. some valleys are well-known: silicon valley, san Fernando valley, great rift valley, death valley, yosemite valley, central valley, nile valley, napa valley, Rhine valley
Colin Thiele was born in Eudunda, and lived his early years in the Barossa Valley of South Australia. He was educated in Adelaide, and held several academic positions in Adelaide. After he retired, he moved to Dayboro, in southeast Queensland.
Germans contributed in many areas, but early German settlers were pioneers in the Australian wine industry especially around Barossa Valley in SA. how did the germans victory in france-prussian show them how important
A wine makers cheese!
George Washington was the famous American who was in charge of soldiers at Valley Forge.
The most famous photo of a valley is the Sonoma valley in California (also known as a WinXP wallpaper) taken by photographer Charles O'Rear.
Activities in South Australia may include: Hiring a houseboat on the Murray River Other boating and water activities on the Murray River Taking the Indian-Pacific train to Perth or the Ghan to Alice Springs and Darwin Experiencing the oppressive heat and the cool underground homes in the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy Visiting Kangaroo island Taking a wine-tasting tour through the Barossa Valley Experiencing the rich German culture of the Barossa
the arkansas river with the valley