The Barossa Valley is a famous and picturesque region about an hour’s drive north-east of Adelaide. A popular tourist destination, the Barossa is best known for its wines, especially shiraz. The area also has a long history of food production, including cheese, dried fruit, olive oil and German-style smallgoods.
The Murraylands and Riverland regions flank the Murray River in South Australia. The Riverland extends from the state’s eastern border to Blanchetown, and the Murraylands continue from Blanchetown to Wellington, where the river enters Lake Alexandrina. The regions are noted for their fruit production, with agriculture the largest employer for the population of just over 100,000 people.
TAFE SA has the following locations in the Barossa and Riverland.
TAFE SA’s Regional Managers are a key point of contact for all industry training needs. Our Regional Managers represent TAFE SA on local industry and community advisory groups and have a good understanding of the training available in the region. They also provide an initial point of contact for businesses, government agencies, schools and universities. Our Regional Managers work with our wide range of program areas to ensure cohesive activity and delivery of services across South Australia.
Regional Manager, Riverland and Murraylands
P: (08) 8595 2605
M: 0455 062 726
Regional Manager, Barossa, Lower North and Yorke
M: 0428 114 153