Participate as much or as little as you choose

Staying socially active, being connected and maintaining relationships helps you keep good physical and emotional health in your retirement.

Our Lifestyle programs are available to people living independently in the community.  Activities are held weekdays and are updated each month. Our lifestyle team regularly monitor and adapt programs to help clients achieve their goals.

Fitness, games, art, movie nights and men’s group are some of the programs held regularly at venues in Nuriootpa, Angaston and Tanunda.  Transport and meals can be provided, with funding options available through Home Care Package, CHSP or privately.

Contact Barossa Village for help access funding via My Aged Care.

Community Lifestyle Activity Enquiries:  08 8562 0300 (option 1)
Online enquiry form or email to

Friday Café

Meet and mingle at the Joy Rice Centre every Friday for lunch followed by an activity. Bookings are essential to attend.

Tinkers Shed

A joint project between Barossa Village and the Barossa Valley Lions Club, the Tinkers Shed provides a functioning workshop environment for people to make and create while sharing their experiences and expertise. Volunteers are on hand at all times to operate machinery, offer sound advice and good working hands.

Open to men and women who enjoy crafts such as woodworking, copper art, wood burning, lead lighting and painting, it operates every Wednesday morning from 9am to 12 pm.

Home Delivered Meals

Barossa Village offers a lunchtime meal home delivery service from Monday to Friday, except Easter and Christmas Day.

Delivered to your door for people living within our independent living community and the Barossa community, these freshly cooked meals include a main course, vegetable or salad side dish and dessert, catering for all dietary requirements.

COVID-19 Update

Restrictions are in place at Residential Aged Care Facilities.  Please be aware of these restrictions before planning a visit.

  • There are no restrictions on the number of care and support visits a resident may receive.
  • Limits on the number of people able to attend a resident have also been removed.
  • Visitors will continue to be screened upon entry and a visitor register will be maintained, including: name, telephone number, date and time of visit and departure, and resident/area visited).
  • Visitors (except children under 12 years) must wear a face mask at all times (unless eating or drinking). Masks are not required on or after 23 December 2020.
  • Visitors cannot an enter unless they have had a flu vaccination

Anyone who has been in a prohibited location or a high community transmission zone in NSW is prohibited from entering a Residential Aged Care Facility in South Australia.  Details are available here.

If you have symptoms, get tested

Phone 08 8562 0300 for information.

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