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Sharon Brighurst

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? I think it’s important for locals to shop in the Barossa because local businesses need their support to be able to continue to provide goods and services. What do you enjoy most about operating a local

business? Meeting local people and getting to know them in our beautiful Barossa, so I can offer a personal service. Seeing their satisfaction of the end result. What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Knowing the locals, their families and friends, which often leads to referalls and further business. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? I enjoy being involved with local groups, to be able to assist the community and support them back such as the Nuriootpa Futures Community. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? A large range of professional services that no-one else offers. Quality custom made products sourced locally with an efficient back up service at competitive prices. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive beneifts? I can assist you to sell your current property and provide services to enhance and refurbish your new home and being reliable and passionate about my work.

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? It helps to keep jobs in the Barossa and that in turn keeps the population growing, which means more homes and families living in the valley. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business?

Mon -Thurs 9.30am - 7pm Friday 9.30am - 7.30pm Saturday 10.30am - 7.30pm Sunday 10.30am - 7pm Public Holidays 11am - 4pm Closed Christmas Day

Although I have only been in business for 4 months I have found I have regular customers and that is very satisfying. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Excellent customer service is a priority, combined with affordable prices and value for money is a must.

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with them, I am a people person so seeing them around the area and being able to stop and say hello is something I really enjoy, they all know I am only a phone call away. What are some of the advantages of having a local business? For me it’s being able to support and recommend other small businesses in the automotive industry in the Barossa., I have my own “circle of trust”. As a fussy vehicle owner I can count on these businesses to do the best job first time.

Paul Reichelt | 0402 908 088 www.firstimpressionsautomotive.com.au DR9993

Why is it important to shop local? I believe it’s important to shop here because it doesn’t just keep the area alive and growing for a strong future but it also supports our family, friends and neighbours who work and own businesses. Small business is the foundation of the Barossa. What do you enjoy about operating a local business? Getting to know my customers and building a rapport

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Holiatt Daant Electronic Lodgement of Tax Returns Business & Personal Taxation Accounting & Taxation for Companies,Trusts, Super Funds ACCOUNTANTS BUSINESS ADVISORS TAX AGENTS

Back: Denise Schick, Jane Puliatti, Paul Leske, Jenni Peterson, Samieko Linke (Robert Waples - Absent). Front: Anthony Puliatti, David Hornhardt

We pride ourselves on availability and professionalism, but ultimately, that is something for our clients to determine. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? We offer accounting expertise with the highest level of accreditation, within the accounting industry, but moreover, we offer assurance and peace of mind to the local business community.

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Convenience, local knowledge and understanding. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? Being sponsors to many and varied clubs and associations and offering services to local organisations. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others?

Sole Proprietors & Partnerships

HD Financial Services Ÿ Superannuation Ÿ Insurance Ÿ Financial Planning Ÿ Retirement Strategies Anthony Puliatti, Kym Vivian, David Hornhardt

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Barossa Hearing In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? It just makes sense to me. The Barossa has so much to offer and you don’t need to travel outside the area to obtain fantastic services. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Being able to provide a comprehensive, old fashioned friendly and reliable service. Helping people in my local community to feel more in touch with those around them and not feel isolated. This is often the case when hearing loss is an issue, seeing how I can help change someone’s life for the better is a wonderful feeling. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We are an honest, friendly and reliable hearing service provider that puts the client needs first every time.

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What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Local knowledge and understanding of the Barossa.

What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? Financial planning and strategies intrinsically linked to taxation and accounting. We offer accredited specialisation in full service self-managed superannuation funds.

SMSF Advice Limited ABN 11 074 225 353 AFSL No. 234664 Principal Address Level 8, 750 Bank St Docklands Vic 3008

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Ring Barossa Hearing today for a hearing test!

Deb Sheldon, owner/proprieter of Barossa Hearing

What does your business offer? Do you have any specialties or exclusive benefits? We are currently the only business in the Barossa Valley to offer ‘Flex Trials’ of hearing aids that have won the **Red Dot award for excellence. We also can offer ‘Upgrades’ in technology and a trade in service* *Conditions apply

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Being able to provide services to local businesses gives us a sense of community.

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Owned and operated by Deb Sheldon Open Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 5pm After hours by appointment


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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? It is important to buy local because it supports local businesses, and therefore local families and community. It also means that businesses are able to invest in more products and services to offer locals. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? We enjoy being able to see our clients out and about in the local community, it allows us to build a great rapport with them. The Barossa is also a beautiful location to work; it’s a major benefit that we all enjoy What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from others? We pride ourselves on keeping up with the latest fashion trends by not only taking part in training each year but also researching and upgrading our products and services so our salon always has the best on offer. Each of our staff are all passionate about hair, we love what we do and it really makes a point of difference. We have also recently introduced Olaplex into the salon which allows us to create bright and bold looks for our clients, whilst keeping their hair feeling gorgeous and healthy.

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Lisa Ognjanovic

Phone 0427 045 009 DH3959

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Our uniqueness is something that I am very proud of. We have an amazing range of hand made products from here in Australia and around the world. I love explaining to my customers all about the beautiful fair trade gifts and the communities that they are supporting by their purchase. We are the ‘must visit’ store at Christmas time for all of our beautiful traditionally crafted German decorations.

The Cottage

What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? We listen to our customers and know what our customers need for every occasion. It is convenient for people to visit us rather than travel to Adelaide or Gawler. We encourage customers to come in, browse and obtain expert advice... you’ll be surprised at the broad range of Christian items we have in store.

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Christian Book and Gift Shop 47 Murray Street, Nuriootpa

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67 Murray Street, Tanunda elementalbarossa.com.au

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Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We have over 50 volunteers who help run The Cottage. They are an integral part of our business. The Cottage not only provides Christian literature and gifts, it provides outreach and support to volunteers and the wider community. We also provide support to local organisations and schools. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? The Cottage offers a large range of Christian literature, music, DVD’s and an extensive range of giftware for all ages and every occasion, from baptisms, marriage, confirmations, special anniversaries, general giftware and more. We offer supporting churches, schools and volunteers discounts. We also have an active Facebook page where you can stay up to date with local Christian events, new book releases along with new products arriving at The Cottage.

10am - 4pm (closed Tuesday) 10.30am - 3.30pm

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Jersey Fresh

Back: Lisa Werner & Mark Kernich Front: Erica & Jeff Kernich

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Local dollars means more local jobs. It’s as simple as that. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? The Barossa Valley has really come into its own as far as our food culture goes and it’s fantastic to be a part of that growth. We also love the fact that we know our customers and they feel that they can approach us. 11 years on we all still get a kick out of seeing our product on the shelf or in a shopping trolley. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? One of our favourite local organisations is Connections Coffee Shop in Greenock. When faced with adversity the Greenock Uniting Church chose to turn the negative around and create a fantastic community outreach. It is heartening to know that our discounts allow this group to serve fantastic coffee (and scones) at a reasonable price while giving so much back to our little corner of the world. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We pride ourselves on providing a product which is local, fresh and additive free.

PH: 8562 8113 | FAX: 8562 8520 | GREENOCK S.A. carcoolajersey@bigpond.com

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Rhys Zerbe, Jordan McGreen, Ben Gillard (Store Manager) and Lindsay Johansson-Clark

Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We offer many sponsorships to local sports teams and

schools, such as Nuriootpa Rovers Football Club, Nuriootpa High School, the Barossa youth bus and many other organisations. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We pride ourselves on our knowledge, our customer service and service that delivers. We offer value for money when you purchase from us. We offer quality and enduring after sales support.

SP Window Solutions

Shaun Pink

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? By supporting local we support our local community and help keep jobs local. The sense of community on the Barossa region and locals looking after one another is one of the reasons that I love living here.

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Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? I do my very best to support local business by buying as many supplies as possible from the local businesses and in turn I would hope that they think of me when they have a need specific to what I offer. I also sponsor the Tanunda Football Club and attend as many games as possible. Its one thing to lend name but another to be present and I think that’s important. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? I pride myself in offering a fair price for a quality job. A lot of my current business in the Barossa is from referrals and past work so I must be doing something right!

Leading the way locally for all your NBN information Phone 8562 2900 Barossa Mall, Nuriootpa www.barossacommunications.com

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Being able to manage our customers from the initial enquiry through to the final solution. There’s no better reward than knowing that you’ve been able to assist a customer with everything they need, without the need for them to travel outside of the region.

ü Flyscreens new and remeshed ü Security doors all types/flydoors ü Aluminium window & door replacement & repairs Contact Shaun: 0430 383 546 www.spwindows.com.au DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL - 7 DAYS

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Barossa Renovations In your opinion, why is it important to shop in the Barossa? As locals ourselves we try to shop local as much as possible and promote other local businesses as well. Not only is it more convenient but also the service is better. By supporting locals we are also promoting the future of the area. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Interacting with the local community and supporting local trades and them supporting us. Providing a service that is needed in the Barossa Valley. What are some of the advantages you have being a local business? We have a showroom in Tanunda so our customers can do all of the selections for their project close to home. Our showroom is also available to the community for the DIY job. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We enjoy supporting and sponsoring the local bowling club and a local cricket club, and we also support the local supermarket and cafés and shops

Owners Grant and Caroline Wodson, Monique and Leigh Goodman. regularly. We are very spoilt for choice here in Tanunda, using local banks and local stationery shops on a regular basis, making the running of our business a lot simpler. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits?

Caroline Wodson (Project Manager), Christine Royal and Monique Goodman.

Well, having a very experienced female project manager I think is a benefit and it is exclusive to our business in the Valley, because renovating a home is a very personal thing and women relate well to this. The ease of dealing with one person who guides and helps make decisions throughout

the whole project is attractive to many people. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Our customer service is always a priority to our team. Making sure we have helped the customer to the best of our ability.

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John Hill, Michael Randall, Annie Hill

What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? We have recently updated some of our machinery that we use to produce older style smallgoods and are currently increasing the range of meat available as well as our ready to cook selections. We also have a loyalty card system that entitles our customers to redeem their cards once filled for a few products listed on this loyalty card.

Rogasch Windows businesses provide employment opportunities and generally support other local businesses and organisations. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? The interaction with local customers is very enjoyable. From the initial consultation through to the completion of the job, we get a great satisfaction to experience the entire process. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We support local sporting clubs, Rotary Club and other local organisations.

Craig Rogasch, Managing Director

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? To maintain a vibrant and healthy community. Local

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Rogasch Windows is a locally operated, family business. This has enabled us to provide an outstanding level of customer service as we have total control of the business operation. We also pride ourselves on the quality of our products.

Nuriootpa Chicken Centre What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Amira, I and the staff really enjoy interacting with our customers. Knowing our customers by name is something that separates our business from the next. This helps to build relationships and personalise the service and overall experience. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We feel that it is important to give generously to support sporting clubs, schools, service clubs and other organisations. We continue our high level of sponsorship and donations which are distributed across a number of establishments.

Business proprietors Amira and Kamiel Hamzy

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What do you pride yourself on? We are able to give personalised service and we get to know our customers by name. We have always had a great reputation for quality, and so we are continuing with great quality locally grown livestock.

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THORNBY fine meats Elizabeth Street, Tanunda 8563 2728

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What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? At Thornby Fine Meats we source our meats from local farmers, from this we have some excellent relationships with the farmers themselves which gives us total traceabililty with breeds and feeding regimes.

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NURIOOTPA CHICKEN CENTRE

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from the others? We pride ourselves on delivering excellent service and a consistency in freshness and quality of food which is delivered in a clean and comfortable environment. It is very satisfying for us that some of our customers are happy to travel a great distance just to enjoy our food.

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Wohlers In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? To shop in the Barossa strengthens the community we live in as a whole. The local variety of shops on offer in the valley today provide convenience, great selection, consistent relationshipbuilding service and, very often you will find that your local stores have better product knowledge and an understanding of exactly what it is you are looking for. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? It is a great joy to grow up in and grow with a community. We have enjoyed being able to contribute as one of the valley’s long standing companies. We are grateful for the feeling of being at home in this beautiful region and being a part of its story by creating the complete shopping experience for our customers. What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? As a local business, we have been able to develop a good understanding of what our local customer wants for their home and lifestyle. This has developed from years of experience and many great customer relationships. We have also been able to install the knowledge in the local consumer that yes, Wohlers is open 7 days, yes, we can rely on Wohlers for that perfect gift and yes, Wohlers have everything to suit my home. If you offer a quality product and the highest level of service as a local business, you can rely on strong customer support. People love to buy from people they know and trust. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? While we buy in accordance with market trends, we listen to our local consumer and buy for them. We have also provided major support to the Barossa Light & Gawler Netball Association for over 20 years, support many local clubs, organisations and events, and employ local people in our variety of departments. We also use many local suppliers. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others?

WOHLERS FAMILY: L-R Paul Wohlers, Marilyn Wohlers, Daryl Wohlers, Rachel Noack and James Wohlers (front). We had a vision to create the complete shopping experience that was like no other. We have achieved this with the support of our family, friends, staff, suppliers and customers – a mixed variety of local faces and personalities. It is very satisfying to love what you do every day, in the same community you grew up in. Ultimately we pride ourselves on offering a quality product complete with exceptional customer service in a shopping destination full of inspiration and everything you need to create your home and lifestyle. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive

benefits? We offer a Wohlers loyalty card program that allows customers to earn as they purchase. The points accumulate into dollars to spend at Wohlers and never expire. Our database now boasts close to 45,000 customers Australia wide and continues to grow daily. Every customer on the database is capable of earning loyalty points when they purchase at any Wohlers store location. We also offer Wohlers VIP Shopping Experiences, special sales and after sales packs, discount cards and many great, fun promotions allowing our customers to save and have a wonderful day out.

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to support locals. How do you achieve this? We are a major sponsor of the Barossa United men’s soccer team. We also support a range of local fundraisers. Discounts are offered to local 4x4 clubs on presentation of club card.

Community Helpers Warehouse

Back: Volunteers James Verrall, Cheryl Kroschell and Jason Griffiths. Front: Deleen Maitland, Kerry Davies and Jo Storen.

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Because it enhances community life within the Barossa, and anything that does that has to be a good thing. Part of our local identity is the way we support and contribute to each other and this is evident in the Barossa retail culture.

What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? The interaction with people and being able to support and provide a quality service to locals. We are called community helpers and our aim is to help the community which we do in a number of ways. We have the privilege of assisting people and many times we are called to offer counselling to others and this is a privilege we do not take lightly. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? Through the support of locals, we are able to provide funds for many local community groups. In the past seven years we have given back over one million dollars to our local community. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? What really separates us is our people focus. We are all volunteers, we all want to be here and we want to help. Our visitor’s book is filled with hundreds of comments left by locals congratulating us on the warehouse and the wonderful work we all do here.

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Secondhand Furniture Warehouse The Barossa’s largest recycled furniture warehouse!

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What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? We know more about the products we sell. We use the products ourselves. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance

Barossa’s Old Fashioned Sweet Shop What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? As a business operator, I thoroughly enjoy interacting with customers face-to-face. It is a very rewarding feeling to have loyal customers that have supported our store over the years. I have been fortunate to see many customers grow from primary school level to high school and then become employed locally.

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? To maintain a healthy, local economy. Local businesses help to build a sustainable community.

What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? I know many of my customers on a first name basis. This allows us to provide personalised customer service. We also stock the products that our customers enjoy which is a strong point of difference.

• Sweets from the UK • Dutch Liquorice • Pink Lady Chocolates • Scottish Tablet • Pick-n-mix • Australian & European Sweets • Special Occasion Confectionery & much more!

8563 1166 | 91 Murray St., Tanunda www.barossasweetshop.com.au

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The GOoD Seed

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Providing customer service that is personalised. We are able to offer specific items for our customers. Friendships develop. Many tourists appreciate the opportunity of purchasing Christian items from a shop where they can see and select.

• Books • CD’s • DVD’s • Cards • Bibles • Gifts for all occasions • Church Supplies and much more!

What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Service in The GOoD Seed is provided by Volunteers, and this enables them to contribute to the community, by assisting customers.

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? The more support local businesses receive enables each one to provide a greater range of product at competitive prices.

What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? We provide a great variety of Christian books, gifts, music and cards; including a great range of $2 greeting cards.

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Elizabeth Jaeschke

Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We provide Church supplies to local congregations.

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Precise Kitchens and Cabinets In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? As a family living in the Barossa, we truly believe that supporting other surrounding businesses is vital to keep the local economy strong and for the area to prosper. Without the support from the Barossa community, we would not be able to survive.

What do you pride yourself on? We have excellent workmanship with all our cabinetry, and we use only quality hardware and products. Word of mouth advertising from the local people is great motivation to keep our standards high.

Fiona and David Schmidt

What does your business offer? We custom build all our cabinetry so there is no restrictions to sizes or design. We offer a free measure and quote service to all our customers, and we also offer a design service with 3D computer imaging for people who want something a little different and unique.

Phone David on 0438 621 808 65 Basedow Road, Tanunda

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? We love what we do so being able to help others around us achieve their dream kitchen makes it that much more enjoyable.

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What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Being able to meet local people and to help the community with local support and employment. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits?

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Erich May Window Fashions What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? The satisfaction on customer’s faces when they see their new window furnishings installed – how their property / room has been transformed. What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? We can be price competitive because our overheads are lower. In local communities your name/reputation is paramount and because we are local, appointments are prompt and we guarantee the quality of our work.

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? If small business is supported in your local area – there is a “flow on” effect in the wider community with job creation, promotion & sponsorship. Everyone benefits.

What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? We offer a full range of Indoor Blinds, Plantation Shutters, Outdoor Blinds & Awnings, Curtains, Pelmets, Swags & Tails and Curtain Tracking.

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Barossa Chemplus Pharmacists: Melissa Dreyer, Travis Schiller, Tanya Tran, Guy Ewing and Joanne Ang Barossa Chemplus prides itself on outstanding customer service, we strive to ensure all of our customers leave having had their needs met. Every customer should feel as though they have been given a personalised service – we like to ensure that if someone has a problem with their health they have been offered the very best solution. We also have a wonderful, fresh, evolving range of Gift, Beauty and Fragrance to enhance the wellbeing of our customers and their loved ones. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? Our business is all about the health and wellbeing of the Barossa Community, we offer fantastic personalised service and recently Chemplus has become part of the Terry White buying group. We can now offer great value on many products we stock. We have a rewards card that offers further value and dollar rewards whenever you purchase in store. Recently we have added the Tony Ferguson weight loss program, offering another opportunity to support the healthcare needs of the Barossa. In addition to this we have a nurse in-store 3 days a week for personal consultations, and out pharmacists are always available and ready to assist.

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Shopping local helps sustain the local economy, it continues money flowing through the local area, supports local jobs and allows the region to maintain the range of services and products. Hopefully through continued support of local businesses this range of services and products will continue to grow and flourish. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Operating a local business in a community like the Barossa allows you to get to know your customers on a much more personal level. This is particularly important when dealing with people’s health and wellbeing due to the way the advice, services and products we offer affect people’s lives. We get to share people’s highs and support them through their lows, it is something very special to be part of. What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? As a local business you are more than just a business, you become part of the community. From knowing your customers to working with other businesses and supporting local groups, it is all part of the fabric of the Barossa and what makes it a fantastic place to live and work. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? Barossa Chemplus sponsor many different local sporting organisations football, netball, hockey, golf etc. There would also not be many local quiz nights or raffles without a prize donated from our store. Our greatest relationship stems also from the chance to support the medication needs of the elderly, in particular our relationship with the Barossa Village. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others?

The Weintal has great food, venues, accommodation and most importantly - great local people who work for us!

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? I enjoy the friendly faces I know on a more personal level, which you often don’t get in the bigger cities. I’m a Barossa girl - it’s a great place to live and work.

What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? I have always had ties with Tanunda through my mum and dad’s business. We have great local knowledge together with a wonderfully diverse range of clients. We have the ability to facilitate a successful event, wedding or function for you with a smile. What do you pride yourself on? What separate your business from all the others? We have six different event spaces, a wide range of catering options and two different accommodation styles on site. We can offer facilities for a wide range of events and catering for you to 200 guests. We tailor individual packages to suit your specific event.

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Barossa Tech Hub What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? We continually enjoy working hard to build effective relationships with our customers which has ultimately allowed us to employ more staff to accommodate the increased workload. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? As we feel it is very important to give back to the community of which has been very supportive of our business, we have several sponsorship initiatives in place. Our philosophy is not only to provide an exceptional service for our clients, but also help the Barossa grow. Kodo Technologies has co-funded the rollout of 60 wireless hotspots in local businesses, provided key support of the Youth Bus and continues to support non for profit organisations and local events with funding and IT support.

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? In a response to an increased demand for additional technology services locally, Kodo Technologies has added two new businesses, HypaTech and Barossa Phone Repairs. Through the expanded business portfolio, this has enabled us to provide customised solutions to a range of technology needs for home and business. We also have plans to further expand on these existing services to cater for other needs of Barossa businesses. Our reputation means everything to us and we hope people will associate our name with quality, professionalism and an ethical approach to everything we do. The quick turnaround time and the convenience of having a range of dedicated IT services with a local shopfront is helping to drive positive feedback, repeat business and customer referrals.

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(winery) effluent treatment as well as general pump repairs and replacement. A viewing of the “Gallery” section on our website www.wqps.com.au highlights some of these customers and gives examples of the services we provide. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? We offer a complete service which is not limited to just the collection, storage, pumping and distribution of water and all the components associated therein. WQ&PS also provides a WATER TREATMENT service including filtration, reverse osmosis, magnetic conditioning, water softening, iron removal, chlorine/fluoride removal, ultraviolet treatment and algae control. We are not aware of any other business either here in the Barossa region or from surrounding areas including Adelaide that offers the full range of services to match those offered by WQ&PS.

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What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? We are locally based and operate a mobile service, we have no “shop front”. This equates to our operating overheads being much lower than many of our competitors. We don’t charge for traveling, we have no minimum fees. This means that we can offer our goods and services at very competitive prices. We are dealers or agents for a wide range of suppliers and are not aligned to a specific brand or supplier of equipment. We make recommendations based on application and cost effectiveness rather than on brand loyalty. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We pride ourselves in our customer service and product support network. We currently service a number of customers with varying needs from general landscape irrigation, vineyard irrigation, bore pump maintenance, water desalination and treatment,

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What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? One of the most enjoyable aspects of operating a local business is having the ability to provide personalised service and respond quickly to local demands. We have the privilege of connecting with our customers and developing those relationships, which can be really rewarding. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Here at Viva, we have a passion Karina Edwardes and Bethany Rothe of Viva The Flower Store. for flowers, extensive customer We are conveniently located on Murray Street service experience and pride ourselves on stocking the freshest flowers. Our beautiful and offer a contemporary approach to Floristry Shop in Angaston is open daily, where you can providing an ever-evolving range of unique designs. come to browse, purchase bunches or have a Our local knowledge coupled with the ability to custom floral arrangement made on the spot. Viva source seasonal flowers as they become available offers a full range of Floristry services including ensures we always have both exotic varieties and same-day delivery to every corner of the valley. everyday favourites for our regulars.

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market, milk locally produced, our cheese producer all should be supported. It is vital our food producers are able to keep going so we don’t need to source overseas products. What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Being able to meet local people who shop at our business. What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Being able to see the results of selling our goods to local people when we drive around the Barossa. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? We often provide vouchers for local schools and other fundraising organisations. This is putting money back into the community that supports us. What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We try very hard to give people advice on their landscaping requirements as quite often customers come in not knowing exactly what they require for their gardening needs.

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Evan Schultz of Evan’s Cycle Shed In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Helps to support community growth and employment in the Barossa Valley. By shopping locally we are able to help keep the region sustainable.

business? Having the local knowledge of all the different riding trails and bike tracks throughout the Barossa. I am also able to offer the best bike to suit the customer’s specific riding, whether it be road, the Jack Bobridge Track, mountain biking or BMX.

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? Listening to what the customer needs, prompt service, on-site servicing and keeping a comprehensive range of quality products.

What do you enjoy most about operating a local business? Seeing my customers out and about having fun riding one of my bikes. Giving customers a choice of quality bicycles and accessories and competitive prices.

Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? I sponsor and donate to the Tanunda Hockey Club, Tanunda Football Club, Barossa Little Athletics and selected local schools.

What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? Providing back-up service on all new bikes purchased. I also have a loyalty programme for customers who purchase their new bike from me. In store, I have an extensive range of accessories for both children and adults.

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Peter Robinson, Print Manager at The Leader newspaper

What do you pride yourself on? What separates your business from all of the others? We have a great team of staff that work hard every week to produce The Leader newspaper. This same talent and equipment is used for our commercial printing division. Our team have the skills to work with all types of supplied files and have the ability to check and prepare a file before printing to produce the best colour and result possible. We have printing and finishing equipment capable of producing large and small print runs and quote each job to use the printing method that will produce the best result and be most cost efficient.

In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop in the Barossa? Our Angaston print centre uses the services of local trades people and couriers. We buy paper and other supplies from Barossa and Adelaide suppliers.

What are some of the advantages you have as a local business? Customers can visit our office in Angaston to discuss their ideas, touch and feel samples of paper and check printed proof copies before we print the full quantity.

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In your opinion, why is it important for locals to shop We have so much on offer in the valley that there is rarely a need to shop elsewhere. It is important that, as a community, we appreciate this and continue to thrive in a strong positive economic environment. To shop locally puts the valley’s large and small businesses in a position to be able to offer a healthy level of employment. This in turn creates the complete Barossa lifestyle of being able to live, work and play in this beautiful region. What are some of the advantages you have being a local business? A major advantage is being a retail store amongst a globally renowned food, wine and tourism region. When people have had enough to eat and drink, they always come shopping and love to wander for hours, getting ideas, chatting to sales consultants, finding that perfect piece of décor. Operating a Barossa business allows you the chance to support the locals. How do you achieve this? Wohlers have been providing support in way of sponsorship to the Barossa community since we started and are proud to be associated with many events, organisations and clubs. However, another great way that Wohlers are supporting the community is by selecting their furniture and homewares range for the people who live here.

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We offer a service and back-up with all our work. What does your business offer? Do you have any exclusive benefits? Domestic, commercial, and industrial work. Electrical installations and repairs, Daikin air conditioning supply and installations, service and repairs to all brands of air conditioners.

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