Barossa Vintage Festival commences

It’s the start of the 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival! Off to a chilly but triumphant start, the Barossa Vintage Festival celebrates the end of vintage for wineries in the region. The Barossa Vintage Festival Parade will make history on April...

RDA BGLAP Scarecrows

Our scarecrows are out for Barossa Vintage Festival! Introducing our friendly Workforce scarecrows, representing types of work available in the region. Drop by and say hi! Check out and for local jobs!

Foundation Barossa ‘BUILD’ Business Coaching Scholarships

Are you a small business in the Barossa? Would you benefit from four months business coaching and mentorship to develop the sustainability of your business and ensure its capacity to grow? Our BUILD small business scholarships offer three x four...

Free Trade Agreements Networking Seminar

Free trade agreements change the playing field not just for exports but also for those who use imports in their business. For more information follow the link here

Tony Pasin – Hansard – Bushfire Condolence

SPEECH TONY PASIN MP MEMBER FOR BARKER   Mr PASIN (Barker) (19:12): It has been an unprecedented beginning to the season. My deepest sympathies go to all those who, devastatingly, have lost homes, property, stock and, tragically, loved ones. In...

Barossa Valley On Demand Public Transport Services Now Being Trialled

Barossa Valley On Demand Public Transport Service is a temporary extension of the existing Dial-a-Ride service. Book through our Keoride App today!   Service operates Weekdays 7am – 6pm Weekends 10am – 5pm Fares are $6.00 for adults and $3.00...

Adding to Your Staffing Crew

Are you thinking about adding to your staffing crew? There is a lot to consider when looking to take on an employee. Trainee and apprenticeships can be a good option to train new employees and upskill current employees with solid...

NAIS Pipeline – First 10kms

Since April 2018 workers have been building a 29km pipeline, which will carry high-quality, climate-independent recycled water, irrigating a new horticultural precinct north of the Gawler River.

New Campus Opens

The Barossa Campus offers a place to study and succeed without the added pressure and costs of community or living away.

Red Centre & Lyndoch Hill

Red Centre, established by Nadia and Yuandamarra in 2014, is an agribusiness business that works to give Indigenous communities access to commercial markets for produce, and to generate employment; the Red Centre Enterprise also grow their own commercial crops of...

“She Is Becoming” Barossa SALA Exhibition

The five Barossan ladies, Janelle Amos, Renee de Saxe, Beryl Hunter, Sally Etherton and Kirsty Radford have come together to share their passions, fears and creative urges with like-minded women.