Greg has operated his own tour company since 2010. He is the owner and tour guide / driver of our day tours in the Barossa Valley. Christine's family has had a long association with the Barossa, spanning three generations.
Whether you are contemplating coming to the Barossa from Adelaide or you have travelled thousands of kilometres from places around the world and are staying in the Barossa Valley, you will be warmly welcomed as our guests on one of our tours and to stay at our Guesthouse.
Please feel free to look through our tours or contact us if you would like to discuss options for a private tour!
We would love to arrange an affordable and memorable Barossa Valley food and wine tour for you to enjoy.
Book your accommodation with us. Fernweh Guesthouse is an iconic home in the heart of Tanunda at 20 Elizabeth Street.
Contact us by email to discuss an accommodation and tour package.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
God's blessing to you as you travel,
Christine and Greg Lees
The meaning behind the name Fernweh:
Our love for travel through Asia and extensively through most of Europe has influenced us in naming our businesses - Fernweh Tours and Fernweh House. , Fernweh (we pronounce as fern-way) is a German word which describes the yearning for foreign lands, the desire to travel. For us and possibly for yourself, the desire to travel has resulted in amazing life long memories of distant places. It is our hope that as you visit the Barossa Valley it will be a most enjoyable and memorable experience for you.
The Lord says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.“ Psalm 32 V 7