Chateau Tanunda

The Chateau Tanunda has been part of the landscape of the Barossa Valley since the 1880s when it was built near one of the earliest vineyard plantings in South Australia, planted in the 1840s. The primary drawcard of the Chateau is it’s unmistakable graduate, rising up amongst the vineyards, complete with beautifully manicured lawn and gardens, it certainly makes a statement for anyone driving up it’s driveway.

The Chateau boasts a number of manicured garden settings, and also its own indoor chapel area used for ceremonies, while the building itself, surrounded by gardens and vineyards make for a lovely variety of photo opportunities. The barrels in the wine tasting areas would also be open for a unique shot, along with a disused railway line located at the rear, along with a small park.

Photography by SvenStudios