Active military training area - public access to the Dry Training Area (DTA) only
Know before you go
Parking informationNo car park
Not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.
When to visit
Opening timesOpen at all times - No public access to Range Danger Area (RDA)
Best time to visitMarch to September
About the reserve
Please note: Barossa is an active military site. Public access is granted to the Dry Training Area (DTA) only. The Range Danger Area (RDA) is closed to the public.
Barossa is a stunning lowland heath with areas of pine and native deciduous woodland.
This diversity of habitats attracts a great variety of heathland wildlife including numerous reptiles, a great number of invertebrates and ground nesting birds such as the Dartford warbler.
Please note that access to this site is subject to the terms and conditions of the Military Byelaws, which are displayed at all major access points.
Active military training area, please respect military training activity.