Incorporating the fragrance and beauty of the world's favourite flower in its finest form, Barrosa Chateau has created a garden of inspiration, delight and reflection.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the Rose Garden in February, 2002, and planted a Queen Elizabeth rose to commemorate the occasion.
You can wander at leisure through a 12 hectare park planted with over 30,000 rose bushes sourced from the best rose breeders from around the world.
There are pathways to stroll along and many places to simply sit back, relax and smell the roses. In season Barrosa Chateau becomes a photographer’s delight. Stop in at co-located Lyndoch Hill Restaurant for a bite to eat.
Conveniently located on the edge of the Tanunda, Barrosa Chateau provides you with an environment that is fit for a queen. Make sure you include a visit the next time you are in the Barossa.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Car park, Coach Parking, Public Toilet, Sheltered Area, Toilet facilities for the Disabled
Flora/Fauna, Nature based