Retirement living with zero cares

With Australia’s world renowned wine and food producers at your doorstep, the Barossa Valley offers appeal for retirement living in a thriving community.

Our unique cluster model of retirement living means being connected with your neighbours, community and town.

Tastefully finished one, two and three bedroom independent living units are located throughout the main towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston, in small and large neighbourhood clusters close to cafés, shopping and services.

Choosing independent retirement living means fewer maintenance and security worries and unlocking additional capital to enjoy your retirement. You also have access to our program of lifestyle activities, transport and other social supports.

Our Community Care team is available for extra support and care in your home, if and when you need it.

Unit viewings are available by appointment, Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm.

The Barossa Village staff are part of a big family and this isn’t an ordinary nine to five job for them, so it’s nice to know that they’ll be there when and if we need them

We looked at lots of possibilities and this option suited us best.

We spent many months extensively researching their options, and chose Barossa Village after comparing retirement villages across South Australia.

I would recommend retirement living at the drop of a hat

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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.

COVID information:  www.sahealth.sa.gov.au