Wilsford House – Barossa Valley
“It was January of 1953, and I can remember driving in the front gate, sitting on the truck with the workmen and being handed down to Dad. I was only 2 years old and it was time to call Wilsford House my home.” ~ Grant Burge
The Burge Family Welcome You
Nestled into the vineyards and only moments away from Lyndoch, Wilsford House has stood tall and proud for more than 100 years in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
A breathtaking view of the Barossa vines and rolling hills greets you upon arrival. When you step inside, you’ll fall in love with how the grace and grandeur of years past has been blended seamlessly with modern elegance.
This unique piece of Barossa history caters exclusively for up to six people and is the perfect place to immerse yourself in a true Barossan experience. The finest wines, sumptuous produce and fine dining, local artisans, and many more unique experiences are all right on your doorstep, waiting for you to discover them.
Over the course of four generations, the Burge family have called this stunning property their home. Now, Helen and Grant Burge warmly welcome you to write the next chapter of Wilsford House.
“Thank you for a wonderful stay at Wilsford House, it was such a homely and unique experience.
The property and it’s rich history feels so authentic and the thoughtful little touches made us feel very welcome. We’ll definitely be back!”
Nick, from Adelaide Hills (May 2020)
“This is truly a luxurious, and very special venue. Attention to the smallest detail was beyond our expectations. Impeccably maintained and appointed, there was nothing we needed. An incredible and relaxed time away, spent with friends.”
Timna (March 2022)
Rob Van (November 2021)
Plan your visit with our Burge Barossa family insights.
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