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    10 Barossa Region Mothers Day Gifts

    April 21, 2024 3 min read

    Does your Mum live or near in the Barossa wine region or it's one of her favourite places to visit?

    Here's 10 Barossa region Mothers Day gift ideas.

    Maggie Beer's Farm Shop Seasonal Long Lunch Cooking School
    If Mum is a big fan of Maggie Beer, she'll be thrilled when you treat her to a 250-minute long lunch cooking school experience learning to cook seasonal dishes from Maggie’s recipe books led by her team which you will then share at the long table lunch with other participants. $195 per person.

    Lyndoch Lavender Farm Luxury Gift Box
    Give your Mum a soothing lavender gift box to help her relax, containing products made locally in Lyndoch in the Barossa including lavender hand and body lotion (275ml), facial moisturiser with skin rejuvenating Rose-Geranium (100ml), lavender and ylang ylang massage oil (275ml), lavender soap, lavender honey soap, and an embroidered lavender sachet, perfect for cupboards and drawers. $90 (currently $79.95).

    Palatable Tea Towels Barossa wine region map tea towel styled

    Palatable Tea Towels Barossa Wine Region Map Tea Towel
    If your Mum lives in or near the Barossa or she's planning a fun weekend with friends, give her a beautiful Barossa cotton map tea towel of the region's wineries, hotels and attractions. She'll enjoy exploring it again and it's a fun, long-lasting memento of the area. $29.

    Barossa Bushgardens Volunteering
    This Mothers Day, why not suggest to your mother, if she lives in the Barossa, to consider becoming a Barossa Bushgardens volunteer. Whether she has a lot of time or only one hour spare, there is something here she'll enjoy doing with other volunteers, from native flora seed collection, propagation in the nursery and replanting, to p
    romotions and event planning, project planning and implementation, or reception and administration. Free. 

    Barossa Bike Hire Barista Brewer Wine Cycle Tour
    Take Mum on Barossa Bike Hire's 20km gentle cycling tour
    through the picturesque flat end of the Barossa Valley. Visit a local artisan coffee roaster before riding to the historic Light Pass. The first wine tasting is at a charming, family owned vineyard and cellar door. Further north, relax and enjoy the second wine tasting of handcrafted wines, followed by a seasonal lunch and gourmet cake, at a mud-rendered cellar door. After lunch, ride through privately owned vineyards, arriving at the vineyard of a 7th generation Barossa winegrower. Then she cycles to an Australian craft beer taphouse, to end her tour with a cold cleansing beer. $215 per person.

    The Barossa Valley Cheese Co Cheese & Wine Trail
    Start your trail at the Angaston Cheesecellar where you collect your hamper bag; filled with 4 artisan cheeses, a wine barrel cheese board, cheese knife, crackers and your map. Visit wineries Willows Vineyard, Gibson Wines, Small Victories, Rosenvale and Kaesler to experience a paired cheese and wine tasting and learn the stories from the winemaker. Each pairing has been made by winemaker turned cheesemaker Victoria McClurg to ensure it's a tastebud experience for you to enjoy. The hamper bag will feed 2-4 people. $65.

    Henschke Hill of Grace Experience
    If your mother appreciates excellent wine, treat her to exclusive access to one of the most renowned Henschke vineyards, Hill of Grace where she'll see the rows of ancient, gnarled vines, explore parts of the original winery built in the 1860s, and settle in her private tasting room to enjoy a range of distinguished Henschke wines, including The Wheelwright, Cyril Henschke, Mount Edelstone, plus rare access to taste Hill of Roses and Hill of Grace. $300 per person.

    Ironstone Cottage Folding Magnifier 
    If you tend to give your Mum a few gifts for Mothers Day, this is perfect. Barossa store Ironstone Cottage's antique-style brass-handled magnifying glass is ideal for helping her examine a map or even fine print in detail and it folds down to just 9.5cm long, which means she can pop it in her handbag to use as much as needed. $49.

    Anlaby Station House & Garden Tour
    If Mum loves history and antiques, take her to see historic Anlaby Station in Hamilton, SA, one of the first grand rural properties of South Australia, settled in 1839 which remains a working merino sheep farm today. With a total of 32 rooms, the house is a well-considered mix of Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Arts & Crafts styles. There are cedar-panelled ceilings, leadlight windows from the 1860s and 1890s, William Morris wallpapers and carpets and embroidered silk and silver curtains in the Drawing Room. Includes Devonshire tea. $65 per person.

    Chateau Tanunda Barossa Valley View Guesthouse
    Organise a family get-together as Mum's Mothers Day gift at Chateau Tanunda's Barossa Valley View Guesthouse. Set in Tanunda, this 1900s historic home makes a perfect base for exploring the surrounding wine region. There's a fully equipped kitchen, 
    open-plan dining and family area with dining table for 8 people, and the living room has a large flat screen TV. Double doors lead out to the outdoor patio entertainment area, lounge, and dining setting overlooking the sparkling inground salt water swimming pool. From $950.