Barossa bounty

Renowned as the queen of luxury culinary tourism in South Australia, The Louise is nestled within the rolling hills and vineyards of the famed Barossa Valley. With grace and elegance, the fifteen-suite retreat showcases contemporary Australian design blended with a genuine connection to the region’s remarkable people, premium produce and rich culture.

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Less than an hour north of Adelaide, the internationally acclaimed Barossa Valley encompasses Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa. Pristine vineyards and the quintessential Australian countryside as far as the eye can see makes the region an ideal culinary escape for the discerning traveller. The valley was first settled by Bavarian expats in the 1800’s who arrived with vine clippings in hand. Seven generations later, the Barossa boasts a fascinating history and legacy reflected in the culture, community and dining experience.

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A stay at The Louise is about creating the space to indulge, unwind and thoughtfully connect with the splendours of the place. Spacious suites invite relaxation with contemporary design, commissioned artworks by local artists and picturesque vineyard views. Soak in the spa tub glass in-hand and toast the sunset on private terrace. The Louise is simply waiting for you to slow down, make yourself at home, and take it all in.

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Where great wine grows, great food grows, too, and the Barossa is bursting with brilliant produce and proud small-scale farmers. Appellation at The Louise is recognised as a world class destination for dining in South Australia. Cuisine creatively reflects a real sense of place, with the team in the kitchen dedicated storytellers of the region, its produce, and its people. Appellation sees wine and food as the most natural of partners and pairs delectable dishes alongside wines from the valley’s rising stars, artisans, and icons.

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The Barossa is home to world-class food and wine and so much more… Find open spaces, big skies, expansive vistas and gnarled old vines. Float over ancient vineyards in a hot air balloon, enjoy a sunrise picnic breakfast with kangaroos in native bushland, tour the rolling valley in a vintage car. Time slows down here and guests are encouraged to dawdle between cellar doors, beautiful vistas, and long (long) lunches.

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