Welcome to Barossa Village

Accommodation, Care & Social Activities

Retirement Living

Groups of tastefully finished one, two and three bedroom independent living units located throughout the Barossa Valley that connects you with neighbours, community and the town.

In Home Care

Enabling you to stay in your own home for longer, private support services are available for those who need extra assistance with personal care, house cleaning, gardening and transport.

Supported Accommodation

Filling the gap between independent living and residential care.  Live independently with full support services in a one bedroom unit at our Atze Parade precinct.

Residential Care

Comfortable, enriched and safe living environments where every resident has 24 hour care and their own room with private ensuite, garden views, TV, heating/cooling and Wi-Fi.

Meal delivery service

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.

Phone 08 8562 0300 (option 2) or enquire here.

Navigating aged care

Barossa Village can help you with care, social support in your own home and access to community lifestyle activities to keep you connected.

We can also help you with the My Aged Care enquiry process.

Phone 08 8562 0300 (option 2) or enquire here.

Keeping socially active

Barossa Village can help you with social support in your own home and access to community lifestyle activities, transport and a shopping bus to keep you connected.

Phone 08 8562 0300 (option 2) or enquire here.

See the Social Calendar

Respite for Carers

Barossa Village can provide respite support services.

Find out more here.

COVID-19 Update

In line with Emergency Management (Residential Aged Care Facilities No 49) (COVID-19) Direction 2022 proof of COVID-19 and Influenza vaccines are no longer mandatory to enter the Residency, or other Barossa Village sites (please note: vaccination is still considered best practice in protecting against COVID-19 and Flu).

It is mandatory to wear a suitable mask, to produce a negative RAT (kits are supplied), and be well to enter the Residency.

There are no caps on visitors to the Residency, however, visiting hours are maintained to 10am – 12noon and 1pm – 5pm (outside of these hours to be negotiated). Visiting hours allow residents to have care and services attended to support their dignity.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe and healthy, we appreciate your support.