Angaston - Barossa Valley, South Australia.

Angaston was named (to his annoyance) after one of South Australia's pioneers (George Fife Angas) and was surveyed in 1841. Today it is a busy and popular town on the eastern side of the Barossa Valley. Nearby is Collingrove, once the home of the Angas family and today a National Trust property. The Angas Park shop in the town is a favorite of tourists for its fruit and nuts. Angas Park stud faces Collingrove. All this and wineries too !

Wineries contain a fair proportion of the architectural treasures of Nineteenth Century South Australia and are well worth a visit even if you don't take the produce.

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