• At the southern gateway to the Barossa, picturesque Williamstown offers a welcome for visitors wanting to enjoy a distinct Barossa historical experience. The original settlement of Victoria Creek transformed into Williamstown after the legendary sale of a team of horses in exchange for the parcels of land on which the hotels are now located. The town originally functioned as a service centre for the already well-established pastoral and timber community of the famed Mount Crawford district. With local wineries, the Barossa reservoirs, conservation parks, Mount Crawford forest and the Barossa goldfields, Williamstown offers plenty to see and do. Visitors can

  • Whispering Wall
    Whispering Wall

    The Whispering Wall is in fact the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir. Built between

  • Jawbone Marine Sanctuary
    Jawbone Marine Sanctuary

    Jawbone Marine Sanctuary, named after its shape, is located in Williamstown and protects 30ha of

  • Mount Crawford Forest Reserve
    Mount Crawford Forest Reserve

    Fossicking for gold, diamonds, opal, garnet and other gems is one of the more unusual

  • TeAro Estate
    TeAro Estate

    You know the line that appears up the sides of your mouth after a few

  • Dragonfly Antiques
    Dragonfly Antiques

    Dragonfly Antiques deals only with original pieces (no replicas) from Asia. Our range of furniture

  • Domain Day
    Domain Day

    Domain Day is a family owned winery nestled in the most southeastern corner of the

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