A map showing the location of Strathlyn in the Barossa Valley

From the Adelaide CBD, take Main North Road (Sturt Highway) through the city of Elizabeth to the outskirts of the town of Gawler. Alternatively, take the Northern Expressway which joins the Gawler bypass. Follow the bypass around Gawler, continuing on the Sturt Highway towards the Riverland and Nuriootpa. Take the outlet to Nuriootpa township.

At the southern end of the town (one main commercial street) is a roundabout near the old Tolley Still House. Directions here point to Angaston. Approximately 4 kms from the junction is the driveway on the left side to Strathlyn Bed and Breakfast. Follow the entry road to the rear of the main house and come along the eastern verandah to RECEPTION.

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A map showing the Barossa Valley in Australia

Barossa Valley Seasons

The Barossa Valley is 77km northeast of Adelaide, approximately a 1 hour drive. The region has a typical Mediterranean climate, dry summers & mild winters with most rains falling between April and October. Average annual rainfall is approx. 550mm.

Autumn - Quite summery days with chilly evenings. The autumn leaves on the vines are spectacular.

Light clothing during the day but some warm clothes for the evening.

Winter - Chilly days and cold nights.

Warm clothing & an umbrella are advisable.

Spring - Sunny, with a crispness in the air brings an abundance of wild flowers and a fantastic opportunity for a nature walk.

Lighter clothing during the day, warm for the cool evenings.

Summer - Plenty of sunshine and warm days. Temperatures vary but 35C is quite normal.

Shorts and short sleeves are in order here.