Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, Nuriootpa

(280+ reviews on the web)
Gift & Specialty Shop
Explore the countryside environment of Maggie Beer's Farm Shop. The farm shop includes a lake and walking trail. Follow the trail to reach the pond with turtles. Peacocks will keep you company as you walk in the serene garden. Taste the homemade produce such as jams, pates, and cider. Cooking demonstrations take place daily. Maggie Beer's Farm Shop is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Nuriootpa Edition.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Don't get me wrong. Love MasterChef and whenever Maggie shows up there. But her shop was a big let down for me. All looked beautiful, her kitchen is amazing, the venue is surrounded by this gorgeous l...  more »
  • I visited Maggie Beer's farm shop in June of 2002. As you set your foot in the door, the ambiance and warmth of the store resonates very clearly of the highly admirable and well acclaimed Maggie Beer ...  more »
  • This was one of the must sees on our Barossa tour, lovely spot, great service and lovely selection to try, but we came for the food, very limited selection and overall a bit disappointed with the tart...  more »
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  • Lots of delicious Maggie Beer produce to try! The free cooking lesson was fun and have us delicious tastings after. Lovely grounds and friendly staff. A bit pricey, but i guess that is to be expected. Definitely worth a visit!
  • ""Maggie Beer Farm Shop"" Such a relaxing tourist spot A must visit place when in the Barossa Valley. Barossa Taxis always recommends to visitors to come here. Maggie is the face of the Barossa so well know around the world. Stop there anytime day for light meals or a coffee near the lake. Such a relaxing tourist spot.
  • Great location peaceful and a good break from the wineries. We almost did not come to the farm shop due some poor reviews. We glad we did come and enjoyed our experience. Some people are just hard to please and have weird expectations that Maggie will be here to serve them specifically. We bough a whole bunch of goodies for ourselves and kids who love Maggie and will enjoy our gifts.
  • I wasn't a huge fan of this place. There are plenty of lovely food products to try. You can explore the farm and see the animals which is cool. There are a couple of wines you can try. They serve food too (which we didn't have). There is a also a cooking class each afternoon. After all we'd heard about this, we weren't too impressed with it.
  • A wide range of home made products to choose from with free tasting too.The cafe has a warm ambiance just for layback with family or friends while enjoying pastries and hot drinks. The Staff are welcoming and friendly as well. Cheers to Maggie Beer! 😚