We Are Open 7 Days A Week | 08 8562 2288
3186 Barossa Valley Way Nuriootpa

covid-19 update:

Due to COVID19 restrictions, Barossa Nursery will be closed throughout South Australian lockdown. Have a happy and safe time in the garden and we hope to see you soon. Watch for updates on our social media pages.

Welcome To Barossa Nursery Your Local Garden Centre In The Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is brimming with picturesque scenery of magnificent wineries, grand old buildings, and unique culture of style and heritage all of its own. Barossa Nursery has proudly been a part of the Barossa Experience since 1951 when Eric Bartsch began growing and supplying seedlings to local farmers. To cater to the increasing demand, the business was relocated to the current site in 1998 and is positioned beautifully on the main road just on the outskirts of Nuriootpa on the short drive to Tanunda.

Like a good wine, Barossa Nursery has just become better with age. With Eric Bartsch’s son, Kevin continuing to grow great shrubs and trees on the original production site, just a few minutes away from the retail site. Kevin’s wife Erica, son Daniel & daughter Kristee, has developed Barossa Nursery into not just one of South Australia’s leading Garden Centres but now is proven to be one of Australian’s leading garden centres after winning the National Best Group Garden Centre for 2014.

Barossa Nursery not only offers excellence in plants and garden products but are a lifestyle leader with a wonderful range of gifts, homewares, quality furniture and garden features. The Bartsch family invites you to call in to enjoy the award-winning Barossa Nursery Experience.

 

We are open 7 Days a week!

Monday – Saturday 9am – 5.30pm | Sunday 9am – 5pm | Public holiday 10am – 4pm
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day

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