Tarlee

Tarlee

Situated on the Barrier Highway and known as the southern gateway to the Gilbert Valley, Tarlee provides a link between the Barossa and Clare Valley wine regions and offers a pleasant stop for refreshments. The town’s quarries provided the stone used in the foundations for many of Adelaide’s grandest buildings, including the South Australian Museum and Adelaide Railway Station. As a bustling agricultural community, Tarlee is home to Four Leaf Milling and Rhodes Free Range Eggs.