About Angas Park
The Riverland has a population of 40,000 and includes approximately 300 kilometres of the Murray River. It is a two-hour drive east of Adelaide. Today more than 45 percent of South Australia's grapes crushed for winemaking and more than 90 percent of the state's citrus, dried fruit, stone fruit, and nuts are grown in the Riverland.
Angas Park is situated at Angaston in the heritage-rich Barossa Valley. With a population of 12,000, it is approximately 20 kilometres wide and about 30 kilometres long, situated one and a half hour’s drive north of the city of Adelaide. The market place has found Angas Park fruit particularly appealing because of the pollution-free environment in which the fruit is grown and dried. Adelaide’s pollution levels are the lowest of any mainland Australian capital, and are therefore amongst the lowest in the world.
The Riverina region of New South Wales covers the middle and lower sector of the Murrumbidgee River Valley. The renowned areas in the Riverina are Wagga Wagga and Griffith. It has an estimated population of 162,000 and extends for 76,000 square kilometres over the south-eastern Australian region. The prosperous food sector of the region thrives due to the unique blend of clean air, water and fertile soils.