Angaston is located 361 m above the sea level and within 79 km off the coast in the Barossa Valley. Anagston was named after 1830`s Barossa Valley settler George Fife Angas.
Attractions in town
Angas park fruit Co., located on the Murray Street is famous for its dried fruit and nuts. Angaston Gourmet Foods located in the Murray Street has local produce. A & H Doddridge Black Smith Shop located in the Murray Street was constructed on 1873 has resorted tools of trade on display. The Lego Man located on the Jubilee Avenue has collection of Lego Models. In the months of September to October Baroosa International Music festival is conducted.
Attractions in the area
Good view of Baroosa valley can be seen from Mengler`s hill lookout located approximately 8 km South West of Angaston. Stuhl Conservation Park is located 10 km to the south of rugged Bushland. Collingrove homestead located 7 km to the south east of Angaston was once the property of National Trust Property and is now owned by Angas Pioneering family. Yookamurra Sanctuary located 54 km to the North East has local wildlife and plant species.
Clean, convenient and cheap – what more could you want from a country motel? Vineyards Motel is located just outside Angaston on a main road, so try to choose a poolside room if you can. Great value, good views of the surrounding vineyards and well-appointed facilities make this a great little find.