Barossa Valley

Barossa Branch

Barossa Valley Branch


​The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia. The area encompasses towns such as Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa, and has a fantastic array of wineries, cafes and eateries renowned for the region.  The stone cottages architecture throughout the region are testament to origins of its German settlers.


​The Barossa Branch is one of 12 country branches of The Embroiderers’ Guild of South Australia Inc.
It was founded in 1986 with 26 members, one of whom is still a member today, and it celebrated its 30th birthday in 2016. To mark this auspicious occasion they had lunch at the Vine Inn in Nuriootpa with past members and the country coordinator.

About Us

We currently have 30 members over 2 sessions (day and evening) with a younger crowd in attendance in the evenings, on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. The day session is from 10am-3pm and the  evening is from 7pm – 10pm.
We also have a technique specific class every 2 months to enable us to learn new techniques and practices.


St Petri Lutheran Complex
21 Second Street
Nuriootpa, SA


 We have an exhibition at the Barossa Valley Vintage Festival every 2 years, 2017 is the new exhibition on the 19th April – 23rd (70 years), it will be our last at the lovely venue at the CWA Hall in Tanunda.  Everyone is welcome to come  and visit our exhibition and the multitude of other activities happening around the valley during the festival.


 Along with the monthly “Review”, published by the Embroiderers’ Guild in Adelaide, the Barossa Branch also has a newsletter called “Just Needlin”, which is relevant to our members.  It is published every two months, the first issue Number 1 in June 1989 and the latest one Number 147, published just last month.

Contact Us

Mrs Marj Wedt
Ph: 8566 2082
Mrs Carol Farley
Ph: 8564 3180