Angaston is another of the Barossa towns that is a wine lovers
delight, and a must visit of the trilogy towns. Angaston was
originally known as German Pass, but later was named after
George Fife Angas, who settled in the area in the 1850s. A strong
Prussian influenced the early growth of the town.
The influx of the wineries in the early fifties has ensured good
Heritage factors remain a strong influence within the town and the
main street is delight explore.
The Hotels in Angaston are old and classic buildings.
The Angaston War Memorial is located within the park.
The old workhorse is a good photo shot.
Be sure to check out the blacksmiths
Angaston has a citizens memorial garden. This is a really nice
The Angaston Museum is a commercial venture.
All denominations are a feature of the Town. All of the churches are
over 100 years old.
Angaston is a must visit and endeavour to include within the wine