Lifestyle and Activities

Barossa Village’s slogan is “actively engaged in ageing” and our Lifestyle program proves that we mean what we say.

We are committed to providing energetic and active lifestyle options for members of the community living in their own homes, in Barossa Village Retirement Living Cottages or The Residency.

Buses provide transport to and from Angaston, Tanunda and Nuriootpa at regular times enabling anyone to enjoy a wide range of therapy and social activities. These include regional tours and outings, exercise programs, craft and cooking sessions, indoor sports, games and quizzes, videos, hand and nail care “pamper” sessions, happy hours and celebrations, such as Australia Day, St Patrick’s Day and Melbourne Cup.


There are also bingo days, sing-alongs, visiting speakers, entertainers, school group and pet visits.

A visiting library service refreshes our comprehensive internal library, which includes daily newspapers and other media.

Church services for several denominations are also provided and pastors and priests visit regularly.

Many of our Lifestyle activities are offered at The Lodge (which also houses The Village Gym for over 55s) and The Joy Rice Centre – a large entertainment room with kitchen facilities that can be hired out to other businesses for meetings and conferences.

To register or for more information please phone: (08) 85620 300 OR email:

Home Care

Residential Care

  • "We love packing the caravan and just heading off for a couple of months when we feel like it. Our cottage is monitored for security and the garden is maintained while we are away - it makes life very easy and flexible."
    Bill (65) and Maureen (62)
  • "We just love retirement in the Barossa. It is a real country community but with all the health, shopping and sporting facilities you would expect in the city."
    Joe (58) and Helen (55)
  • "My 80 year old mother had a fall and broke her shoulder. The level of service offered by Barossa Village was incredible - showering, dressing, driving to doctor's appointments. I live interstate and couldn't be with her all the time. It made me feel a lot happier that she was well looked after and she also recovered quickly."
    James (48), Melbourne
  • "My Dad really feared losing his independence but after Mum died he wasn't eating properly and had several falls. The Residency staff were very sensitive to his needs and made sure he had plenty of space and time to adjust when he moved in. Now he has made several mates, has put on weight and is telling jokes again."
    John (51), Tanunda
  • "I just wasn't aware that a thing like Transitional Care existed. Mum was recovering from a bowel operation and we just couldn't lift her so Barossa Village arranged a care program until she was back on her feet - which freed us up to cook her healthy meals and spend quality time with her."
    Bronwyn (49), Angaston
  • "Dad has dementia and was just getting too much for Mum. She didn't want to give up on him, but she need a break so we arranged a trip to Melbourne to see an AFL game with the grand kids. The Barossa Village Respite Care program was a lifesaver for both of them."

    David (48), Tea Tree Gully