Barossa Valley

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.

During May and June the Barossa Branch are involved in 2 local community events.

On Sunday May 5th members will be stitching and displaying their embroideries in the Tanunda Museum as part of the Barossa History Fair.

At our usual meeting day on Monday May 13th we will be meeting in the Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda as part of the ‘Stability, Grace and Endurance. Handcrafted in the Barossa’ exhibition during South Australia History month.

In keeping with the Barossa History theme a workshop has been planned in which members will be stitching a German weaving pattern which has been recharted for Pattern Darning.

Branch activities

Tuesday 14th May BV members are visiting HQ. Many of our new and long- time members have not been to the Guild headquarters.

On June 8th and 15th Anna Scott is returning to teach at the branch.

Branch meetings

Our branch meets over 2 sessions (day and evening) on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. The day session is from 10 am – 3 pm and the evening is from 7 pm – 10 pm.

Contact information

April Winckel, President
0428 248 708

Mrs Wendy Koch, Secretary
0400 779457


St Petri Lutheran Complex
21 Second Street
Nuriootpa, SA

About our region

​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.