The Louise, Barossa Valley

Incentive itineraries which venture into the beauty of the Australian landscape

The Louise, one of the Luxury Lodges of Australia - Barossa Valley, SA © John Montesi

The Louise, a Luxury Lodges of Australia in the Barossa Valley, SA © John Montesi

The Louise, Luxury Lodges of Australia - Barossa Valley, SA © John Montesi

A dish at Appellation at The Louise - Barossa Valley, SA © John Montesi

Having two dining venues on-site means that we can be extremely creative. The Barossa is also naturally collegiate in nature so collaborative meals with other local chefs or farmers is not unusual for us.

Emma Welling, Director of Sales and Marketing, The Louise

El Questro Homestead, Chamberlain River, Kununurra, WA

El Questro Homestead, Chamberlain River, Kununurra, Western Australia

El Questro Homestead, El Questro Wilderness Park, WA

A room at El Questro Homestead in Western Australia

This may sound strange, but my favourite is drinks and canapés on the Emma Gorge Resort airstrip. I love seeing the Cockburn Range constantly change colour as you’re looking down the Gibb River Road, watching the sun set.

Dean Proudman, Group Sales Coordinator, El Questro

Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm at Saffire Freycinet, Tasmania's East Coast

Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm at Saffire Freycinet, Tasmania's East Coast 

Saffire Freycinet, Coles Bay, TAS

Saffire Freycinet, Coles Bay, TAS

We can also organise sunset canapes at the devil enclosure, to watch Tasmanian devils in their natural habitat, feeding and playing when they are most active.

Ross Boobyer, General Manager, Saffire Freycinet