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Barossa Weintal Hotel
Barossa Weintal Hotel
8.0 Excellent
235 Murray Street, Tanunda, SA, Australia
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23.1 km from city centre, Gawler 
ExcellentBased on 1,440 reviews
8.0

Located in Barossa Valley, Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex is the perfect base for those wishing to visit the area's well-regarded wineries. It provides a spa, as well as a coffee bar, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Gawler:$185/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$174/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Friday
$174 - $197
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$185 - $185
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Barossa Weintal Hotel
Barossa Weintal Hotel
8.0 Excellent
235 Murray Street, Tanunda, SA, Australia
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1.9 km from city centre,  

Located in Barossa Valley, Barossa Weintal Hotel Complex is the perfect base for those wishing to visit the area's well-regarded wineries. It provides a spa, as well as a coffee bar, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

$110
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Where to stay in Gawler

About Gawler

With a history of mining and agriculture, the town of Gawler now stands as a shining example of 19th-century South Australian architecture and culture. Blended with contemporary shopping strips, museums and tranquil parks, Gawler offers a relaxing break from the busy urban enclaves of nearby Adelaide.

Things to do

Public squares form the heart of Gawler, highlighting 1830s architectural structures within the Church Hill State Heritage Area, where it’s possible to join a historical walking tour. The main thoroughfare of Murray Street holds dozens of heritage buildings, pubs and hotels, while the National Trust Museum reveals life in Gawler’s pioneer days. After exploring the past, you can relax in Pioneer Park at the north end of Murray Street.

Gawler embraces its open spaces such as Clonlea Park and Reserve, filled with picnickers and cyclists traversing dedicated bikeway tracks. To view the scenic North and South Para rivers, take the Gawler Rivers Path with interpretive panels identifying significant natural features of the river, foliage and native birds.

Be sure to “whisper out loud” at the Barossa Reservoir on Williamstown Road, about 10 kilometres outside Gawler and home to the famous Whispering Wall. Due to its sound waves that reflect around the wall’s curve, you can hear people speaking from a distance of more than 140 metres. It’s a nice stroll along the wall and into thick vegetation areas for picnics and bird watching.

Getting around

Trains from Adelaide connect to Gawler Central Station and continue with stops through the area. Buses service the main parts of Gawler as well, and Metro cards allow you to travel on trains and buses within Adelaide and Gawler. The historical squares in Old Town Gawler are pedestrian-friendly, and taxis are readily available.

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  • What are the best hotels in Gawler?

    Barossa Weintal Hotel, rated with a score of 8.0 from 1,440 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Gawler. Other top stays include Rivergum Cottages Gawler Barossa Region, with an average rating of 8.9 from 157 reviewers, and Farm Stay Studio, with a score of 9.8 from 27 reviewers.