Walk * Eat * Drink * Enjoy

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Walk Local is a small group tour company offering travellers unforgettable active holidays through Italy and now Australia’s Barossa Valley.  With many tours to choose from, either multi-day backpack walking, one & two day walks or in the comfort of a spacious minivan, you will experience the incredible natural beauty, fabulous regional food and wine and unique local culture that both Italy and the Barossa Valley have to offer.  Join us as we uncover the local delights with a small group of 8-12 like-minded travellers.    Keep fit and healthy,  connect with nature,  and enjoy that sense of achievement with our rich and adventurous tours.

Our tours can also be customised to your interests such as Gardens; Australian native flora and fauna; Wine appreciation; Cooking classes; History, Art & Music; Hiking and Health; Sightseeing and Shopping – along with our group of experts, we create a holiday that is just right for you.

Our Accredited Australian and Italian Tour Guides are passionate about travelling and a lovers of the great outdoors.  Their local knowledge – the hidden gems and off the beaten track experiences, combined with their love of the outdoors and wonderful zest for life, ensures you will experience the very best of what Italy and the Barossa Valley have to offer in a relaxed, informal and fun way.

Come walking with Walk Local’s small group tours and enjoy Italy and the Barossa Valley like a local.

Radio Interview

Listen to Walk Local’s interview with Radio Adelaide. The Joy of Slow Travel (opens in a new tab)


Barossa bushland, views & boutique wine tastings

Views, Vineyards and the Australian bush – 13km walk has it all. Picnic on local Barossa produce and wine tasting at boutique vineyards.

Barossa Valley – Pindarie Winery Day Walk

Walk the open hills of the Barossa Range overlooking Kaiserstuhl, Mt Crawford Forest, the Barossa Valley and beyond.  Fabulous picnic lunch & wine tastings at Pindarie Winery.

Barossa Valley – Greenock Food & Wine Lovers Walk

Food and wine lovers walk on the Heysen Trail from Tanunda to Greenock – cellar door tastings and a traditional Aussie pub lunch – magic.

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