Holiday houses in Angaston

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Popular amenities for Angaston holiday rentals

Stay near Angaston's top sights

Barossa Farmers Market34 locals recommend
40's Cafe13 locals recommend
Vintners Bar & Grill34 locals recommend
The Barossa Valley Cheese Company13 locals recommend
Brauhaus Hotel5 locals recommend
Wanera Wine Bar17 locals recommend

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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Angaston

  • Total rentals

    60 properties

  • Wi-Fi availability

    50 properties include access to Wi-Fi

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    10 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Family-friendly rentals

    40 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    3.7K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $62 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Angaston

All About Angaston

Just over an hour northeast of Adelaide, Angaston is the perfect base for exploring the Barossa Valley. The tiny hilltop town sits within an easy drive to more than 150 vineyards, but even if you’re not here for the fermented grape juice, the landscape itself, dotted with endless hills and olive groves, makes a beautiful backdrop for your vacation in South Australia. Yes, there are scenic hiking and biking trails ready to whisk you through the vine-studded valley to swim in a secluded creek or plop down for a picnic beside a lavender farm. But there are just as many fun things to see and do in town so that you’ll never have to wander too far from your Angaston accommodation.

The self-guided Angaston Heritage Walk is a window into local history, and leads you to some of the oldest structures in the Barossa Valley, including a blacksmith museum and an 1844 stone chapel commissioned by the town’s namesake so that people of all denominations could worship under one roof. On Saturdays, it can feel like all of Angaston comes out for the Barossa Farmers Market, a showcase of the valley’s best and brightest featuring 50 stalls selling everything from Barossa cherries and farm-raised venison to a real-deal Jewish-style bagel.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Angaston

Angaston has pleasant, comfortable weather throughout summer, spring, and autumn. Winter can be a bit colder and rainier, but the weather is never too extreme. Spring in the Barossa Valley is captivating, when Angaston’s Old Rose Repository is bursting with new blooms. Autumn sees the tree-lined town turn from green to gold and the streets are busier with day tasters coming in to explore the valley. These are also good times to check out the Barossa Farmers Market.

Top things to do in Angaston

Eden Valley

From Angaston you can take a 15-minute drive on the Eden Valley Road toward the Eden Valley Lookout. On your way to the lookout, you will pass stretches of open, grass-covered hills and dozens of manicured vineyards. Follow the dirt road uphill to the Eden Valley Lookout carpark and follow the trail to the lookout point, where you’ll see the valley’s green, rolling hills and bushy trees dotted throughout them. Plan to reach the lookout point as the sun sets for a colourful backdrop.

Barossa Sculpture Park

The impressive granite and marble sculptures at Barossa Sculpture Park were created by international artists who participated in the Barossa International Sculpture Symposium in 1988. These sculptures reflect their interpretations of the surrounding valley, and after you enjoy the artwork, you can head to the park’s Menglers Hill Lookout point for your own panoramic view.

Steingarten Lookout

Travellers looking for hilltop views can drive up the rural gravel roads to the Steingarten Lookout point. For an extra special experience, pack a picnic and head there in the evening and watch the magical purple and orange sunset. If you stay past dark, it’s also a great stargazing point away from city light pollution.

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