With everything and everyone on your doorstep



Built to offer low maintenance living with high quality finishes, Nuriootpa Retirement Living will comprise 50 new homes with eight different internal layouts and a choice of facade and roofing treatments, creating a wonderful diversity within the spacious internal streetscape, not often seen in developments such as this.

Situated at the north end of the Barossa Valley, Nuriootpa is the largest town in the area and is home to the wineries of Penfolds, Elderton and Wolf Blass.

Since the 1930s Nuriootpa has been known for its inspirational community feel with innovative projects funded by the town’s community owned and operated retail businesses including the funding of public facilities such as the local swimming pool, the kindergarten and recreation areas.

If its culinary delights you are after, Maggie Beer’s Farm shop is not to be missed. You can sample some of her amazing ingredients or enjoy a light lunch. The regular cooking demonstrations will be sure to give you some inspiration.

If it’s more social activities you are after, The Vine Inn has a busy schedule of shows, events, music and dancing. And there’s plenty of history. Drive along Seppeltsfield Road, an avenue of huge palm trees meandering through the vineyards behind Nuri to seek out the Seppelt Family Mausoleum.

And, if it’s further afield you need to be, Nuriootpa Retirement Living is also close to the towns of Tanunda and Angaston, each with their own unique Barossa spirit.

Whether you have been a Nuriootpa resident all your life, lived in neighbouring towns or come from further afield, Nuriootpa Retirement Living will help you create the life you’ve always known, enjoy the things you’ve always done with old friends, as well as the new ones you will make.

Landscape Spaces

Landscaped open space and park areas will be a natural part of your new home in this retirement living development and will set a new standard of space and convenience for retirement homes in the area. The carefully planned development will be owned and managed by Tanunda Lutheran Home who are a well-established organisation in the surrounding area, and who currently owns and manages residential aged care and retirement village homes in the nearby town of Tanunda. Their vision is to build on their rich history and proven record of physical and spiritual care so that their residents can live in a desirable community environment and Nuriootpa Retirement Living will deliver on that vision.

Expressions of Interest have just opened
for Phase 1 — only 12 new homes.