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Whispering Wall, Gawler

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  • Whispering wall is great place to see and yes you can hear the whispers ---- Could have more seats to sit and look out over the dam --- A coffee stall would be nice ' 
  • We were taken here as part of our Barossa tour, which was not just focused on the wineries but also some of the history of the area. This is one of the places you do need to see - a pretty impressive ...  more »
  • I don't normally do 'tourist' things but this free attraction is definitely worth a quick visit. You and a friend stand at either end of the wall and talk normally and amazingly you can hear each othe...  more »
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  • This is the best free thing you can do around the area. So much fun. Forget spooky or solemn. Take some kids, they'll have a blast.
  • Beautiful surroundings in an isolated area - very peaceful. Careful the vertigo when crossing "the wall"
  • Solemn place with an eerie atmosphere. Was fascinated with the actual fact that the so called "Whispering wall" has live up to your expectation and stands up to its name! FASCINATING!
  • One of the few places that i will always stop over when visiting barossa valley is the whispering wall. This is a dam for the barossa reservoir. Due to its shape, it's always fun to bring your guest around around to experience its parabola effect, where someone speaking from one end, you can hear clearly them from the other end. Standing atop of the wall. On one side, you feel as thou you are on a bridge and the reservoir water is just below you, turn yourself around, and you now find yourself looking over more than 9 storey high of heights. Interesting change of views. The only thing going against multiple visits is that, this is afterall, just a dam. A wall. If you have been there, done that, revisiting the place in a couple of years time won't alter your experience. But as I mentioned again, if you've never been there before, it's worth 15 to 30 mins of your time, and detour to the place to check it out.
  • Always a nice quiet and pretty place to stretch your legs and enjoy natures beauty.