Maggie Beer is an Australian icon cook, restauranteur, food author and critic, who is also a widely known brand for Gourmet foods sold in Australia and internationally like the US, Singapore , HongKong, UK and more. Maggie Beer Farm Shop’s products include meat and vegetarian pates, olive oil, verjuice, preserves condiments and desserts. All produced and bottled here in her quaint Farm in Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Coming here to Maggie Beer Farm Shop from the Adelaide airport or the city centre takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes by car via the high-speed National Highway. Type in your GPS the address 50 Pheasant Farm Road, Nuriootpa, Barossa Valley and you’re good to go.
Maggie Beer Farm Shop
When in Barossa, never miss this place, as there are 5 reasons to love it here:
Maggie Beer Products
They have a huge range of Maggie Beer Products for sale in season and all year round. But their signature Pheasant farm pate and Verjuice are growing in demand for restaurant clients and gourmet food outlets around the country.
Maggie Beer Farm Shop is Inviting and Warm
Sourcing all these products here directly from their shop would mean value and access to limited seasonal products. Plus, you can taste them here for free at their food tasting area located inside the dining shop.
Dine or Picnic Here at Maggie Beer Pheasant Farm
Yes, they serve lunch and snacks here with menu ranging from sweets (cake, brownie, ice cream), picnic baskets of wood oven bread with a set of meat or vegetarian options, hot or cold drinks and pheasant farm wine selection. All the ingredients are freshly sourced from their farm and local Barossa ingredients.
Maggie Beer Recipes are demonstrated here
Everyday 2pm, they also have a free cooking class where you get to have first hand demonstration sometimes by Maggie herself if you’re lucky. Otherwise, learning directly from a local gourmet chef on how to prepare Maggie Beer recipes at home like a pro is already a must-visit reason.
Maggie Beer Farm that’s Free to Roam
You are free to roam their gorgeous farm.
If the weather seems inviting, you can also bring your picnic baskets outside to munch at their outdoor dining areas or at their farm yards.
Meet the Pheasants and other farm animals
Pheasants roaming around here are large, beautiful pheasants in shimmering quill blue and dark green feathers. As soon as you arrive at the parking lot, these birds are a free range, along with other birds, some in their open dens. We also saw a duck on the billabong. It is a beauty to behold.
Barossa is just the Place to Love
Barossa Valley has set South Australia on the map for its gourmet food products, organic produce and vineyards originally set up by German settlers since the year 1836. If you think of South Australia, immediately you can think of Food and Wine. And that’s what exactly Barossa has on offer.
How to Get Here from Adelaide City
Address: 50 Pheasant Farm Road, Nuriootpa, Barossa Valley
- Barossa Valley Tours in a Van
- Public Transportation is available via Gawler railway transit.
- If you come here for a visit on a limited time, I recommend that you join Barossa Valley tours so you may enjoy visiting various wineries and cellars either on a half day or whole day. You may also email email@example.com, for advice.
- 10:30 am to 5:00 pm daily 7 days a week.
- Closed every Christmas, Boxing Day, New Years Day, and Good Friday
- Maggie Beer’s Farm: Phone (+61)(08) 8562 4477
Just a few meters to this Maggie Beer Farm Shop is the Maggie Beer Accommodation at the Orchard House. Check their website at https://www.orchardhouse.com.au for bookings.
Otherwise, staying in B&Bs, or a hotel, family Tourist Parks and luxury villas in Barossa Valley is always an option. Book with Booking.com, from over 80 accommodation choices from luxury, backpacker, and family accommodation. You can opt to stay overnight or for a week with family or friends. Plus, you can Book Now, Pay Later.
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