Enjoy a taste of the
Barossa at The Louise

The newest member of Baillie Lodges growing portfolio of luxury lodges, The Louise is currently undergoing a multi million-dollar glamover and is set to reopen on September 6, just in time for spring. The new-look Louise will herald a budding era of luxury in the heart of South Australia’s world-renowned wine country, famous also for its premium local produce and rich art scene. Nestled among gently rolling hills, The Louise will offer guests a stylish escape complete with private villa-style suites, world-class dining at Appellation and access to a backstage pass to the best of the Barossa.

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News, reviews & press


SALA Turns 25

The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is the largest community-based open-access visual arts festival in Australia, celebrating its 25th year in 2022 with exhibitions throughout the state. Check-out the program of Barossa events here.

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Bike to the Barossa

After eight months of construction, the Stuart O’Grady bike path is officially complete. The 40km stretch winds from the Barossa Valley, through the towns of Nurioopta, Tanunda and Lyndoch before arriving in the state capital. Read more here.

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Barossa is Heating Up

When the temperatures dip, 'A Little More Barossa' is sure to warm things up. The month-long festival celebrates Barossa’s wine and food, the people and their stories. With over 50 events at more than 40 Barossa locations, August in Barossa is looking hot.


Best Ever!

‘Thought long and hard before saying this... This is the best hotel experience I've ever had', writes recent guest Adam in his TripAdvisor review. Read why Adam and many others have given The Louise five stars following their stay in the Barossa.


Meet Kylie Mansfield

Growing up on a small sheep farm near Angaston in the Barossa shaped General Manager Kylie Mansfield's deep affinity for the community as well as her passion for locally produced food and wine; these are traits seen right across the guest experience at The Louise today.


Winery Hotel Greatness

‘The Louise is a shining example of hotel greatness’ writes Stacey Leasca for Travel + Leisure. Read on to learn why the lodge tops the list of incredible winery hotels around the world, and discover the 15 others set in wine growing regions that rub shoulders with the Barossa on this esteemed list.


Getaway Guide

In a valley where the wining and dining choices are limitless, Vogue Australia writer Francesca Wallace shares a list of must-dos in her ultimate Barossa itinerary. From 200 year-old wineries, world famous dining experiences and farmers markets with heritage as rich as the valley itself, inspiration abounds for your next Barossa escape.

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The Next Chapter Begins

Some 16 years ago, The Louise owners Jim and Helen Carreker embarked on a journey that was to create destination restaurant Appellation and 15-suite luxury lodge set in the gently rolling hills of the Barossa. That journey now continues with Baillie Lodges, as the Australian company introduces the Barossa icon to its growing portfolio.


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