Barossa Community Labyrinth

Parks and Gardens

The Barossa Community Labyrinth is a Chartres-design unique unicursal walking path. The mindful, meditative and reflective nature of a labyrinth walk provides walkers with some quiet reflection time, gentle exercise and a timely release from stresses and tensions associated with daily life. Feel your body benefit as you follow the labyrinth path along its gentle twists and turns. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature. Rest awhile in the centre. Then follow the path back out again. The labyrinth is a health and wellbeing tool for people of all age groups, from all walks of life, and from all belief systems. Commonly reported benefits of labyrinth walking include improved mood, reduced anxiety, improved concentration levels and stimulation of creativity! Adjacent to the North Para River and walking/cycle paths, the labyrinth, in its circle of native plants and flowering shrubs, provides just another reason to visit and wander through the beautiful Barossa Bushgardens


Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

Disabled Assistance

Caters for limited mobility Wheelchair access


Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation


Free Entry

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