• The gateway to the Barossa from the northeastern end of the region, Truro lies in the ranges 14km northeast of Nuriootpa. The town was settled in 1850 by Cornish miners keen to make their fortune from copper found nearby. But the unsuccessful mines were soon abandoned for cereal farming and grazing. The town has recently become a Mecca for lovers of olives – a thriving new Barossa industry and, with the Sturt Highway running straight up the main street, it is a convenient stop for visitors travelling to or from the Barossa. Visitors can stay overnight in the lovingly restored

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    Craneford Wines

    Craneford Wines is a producer of quality wines reflecting the essence of the Barossa Valley.

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    Barossa Olives

    The 'House of Olives' retail outlet in Truro (Barossa Valley) offers a wide selection of

  • Barossa Valley Retreat
    Barossa Valley Retreat

    Soul Star’s Barossa Valley Retreat is located on the Sturt Highway, Truro, on the fringe

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    Angel's Rest

    Angel's Rest is a fully self-contained three-bedroom residence with a combination of old world charm

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