An internationally acclaimed wine region

Just an hour north of Adelaide you can meet culinary legends alongside innovative newcomers as you sink your teeth into mouth-watering food, wine and beer. Learn about the rich cultural heritage and feel the community spirit.

Work available now in the Barossa

In bountiful Barossa, you’ll find iconic wineries, gourmet dining and an abundance of food and agricultural producers. The Northern Adelaide Plains grows some of the state’s premium quality vegetables including tomatoes, cucumbers and capsicum. Real work is available now picking wine grapes, as waitstaff, chefs and more.

How to find work

There are seasonal work opportunities as well as full-time agricultural, tourism, and hospitality jobs available now. Find out the key job boards to search for work and connect with relevant recruiters.
Stone house with verandah.

Find accommodation in the Barossa

There are hotels, motels, resorts, caravan and camping grounds, guesthouses, B&Bs and farm stays throughout the Barossa Valley. There is also a backpacker hostel at Tanunda which provides transport to work for its guests.

Incentives available

You may be able to access financial assistance up to $6,000 to help you relocate for short-term seasonal work, or a job in regional South Australia. Businesses may be able to access financial assistance to support quarantine requirements for the employment of Pacific Island workers.

Who can help?

If you’d like to talk to someone about working or employing staff in the Barossa region, you can contact the local Regional Development Australia (RDA) Office to learn more about the Regional Workforce Coordination & Collaboration Program.