Photo-worthy Angaston – the best-looking town in the Barossa – was named after George Fife Angas, a pioneering Barossa pastoralist. An agricultural vibe persists, as there are relatively few wineries on Angaston's doorstep: cows graze in paddocks at end of the town's streets, and there's a vague whiff of fertiliser in the air. Along the pretty main drag are two pubs and some terrific cafes and eateries.
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