Spring has sprung and Angaston is looking beautiful! We would love you to share your Angaston photo’s with us for your chance to win 2 x tickets to the Angaston Long Lunch being held on 28th October 2018 at the Angaston Railway Station. Get snap snap sn...

When: Last Weekend in February Where: Angaston Recreation Park, 1 Washington Street, Angaston Come down to the Angaston Show! Attractions: Agricultural Produce, Art, British Sheep, British Wool, Cookery, Cut Flowers, Dairy Produce, Floral Art, Goats, Hand...

Paver Making Workshop Sunday 25th October, 1pm – 4pm Learn a new technique and make your own paver! This four-hour workshop will introduce you to the indirect technique of making concrete pavers. Create your own design from ceramic tiles. You will take ...

Barossa Farmers Market Welcome to the Barossa Farmers Market: real food from the homes and farms of the Barossa. We’re open every Saturday of the year from 7.30 – 11.30 and we’re located undercover in the Vintners Sheds, Angaston which means shoppin...

Fridays during summer 5pm – 9pm Casa Carboni 67 Murray Street Angaston Cost: $10 – $40 4 wines on by the glass changing each Friday with theme (producer, variety or region), wine flight of the 4 wines for $40. Over 75 wines available by the bo...

The Angaston Market Supporting & Showcasing Local & Beyond Crafts, Fashions, Bric & Brac, Food, Jewellery, Books, Music, Art & much more. WHERE: THE ANGASTON TOWN HALL WHEN: 2nd Sunday of every month – 10am to 3pm CONTACT: Email :- p...

Each year the Angaston community comes together to celebrate the spirit of Christmas, by providing an evening of free family entertainment. Join us this year for a great night! When: Friday 27th November 5pm – 9pm Where: Murray Street Angaston

The A&H Doddridge Blacksmith Shop is a heritage listed blacksmith’s shop located at 19 Murray Street, Angaston. This working museum has over 130 years of blacksmithing at the site and many of the original tools and equipment are on display.

The shared walkway & Bike path opened in November 2010. The path has proven very popular with visitors and locals alike, with everyone enjoying the beautiful views of the Barossa.