Best of The Fest Exhibition at Chateau Yaldara

About the Best of the Fest Exhibition

Step into a world of artistic brilliance at ‘The Best of The Fest,’ a Barossa Arts Festival exhibition showcasing the cream of the crop from the 2024 Barossa Arts Festival. Nestled within the picturesque Chateau Yaldara winery in Lyndoch, this premier venue invites you to immerse yourself in the magic of creativity.

Embark on a visual journey as we present one breathtaking masterpiece from each of our 70 talented artists, carefully selected from the vibrant arts trail spanning 8 lively town communities and 45 venues in Barossa and Light. The result is an extraordinary collection that offers a kaleidoscope of artistic expressions, showcasing diverse mediums and styles.

‘The Best of The Fest’ serves as your gateway to exploration, providing the perfect starting point to delve into various art styles. Craft your route along the Barossa Arts Festival Art Trail and discover more from your favourite South Australian artists, experiencing the entirety of their remarkable bodies of work.

Seize the opportunity to make these exceptional pieces a part of your own collection, as each artwork comes equipped with an exclusive digital QR code system for immediate purchase. Simply scan and make these captivating creations your own.

Join us any day between 10.00am to 4.00pm, from Monday April 1 to Tuesday April 30, 2024. Indulge in a complimentary glass of wine as you absorb the breathtaking sights of our ‘Best of The Fest’ exhibition.  

    About Chateau Yaldara

    Hermann Thumm founded Yaldara in 1947 after he was released from an Australian intern camp. He was sent to Australia as the result of World war Two.

    Hermann chose the site for the winery on the banks of the North Para River at an old flax mill that was built in the mid 1800s. Hermann built the now amazing estate in and around the old flax mill, using as much recycled or second hand materials as possible.

    The winery was named ‘Yaldara’ after the local Aboriginal word meaning ‘sparkling’ a nod to the the flowing river and Hermann's love, history and connection to sparkling wine.

    Hermann's estate grew over the coming years to include the Chateau that was completed in 1967. The building was originally used to house a collection of antiques. The public could view the collection in the Chateau and do a wine tasting in the old mill. Later Hermann built a sister Chateau, a function centre ( no known as the manor house) and a restaurant ( now Lyndoch hill)

    Today, we keep his vision alive with estate grown, hand-crafted wines.

    There are a number of different tours, experiences and tastings that our wonderful, educated staff can assist you with booking to make your visit to Yaldara memorable.

    A truly Barossan visitor experience.

    Venue Features

    • Cellar Door

    Opening Hours

    Monday - 10am to 4pm

    Tuesday - 10am to 4pm

    Wednesday - 10am to 4pm

    Thursday - 10am to 4pm

    Friday - 10am to 4pm

    Saturday - 10am to 4pm

    Sunday - 10am to 4pm

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