The Tailor Touring Co.

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

The Tailor Touring Co. is The Tailor’s newest contribution to the world of luxury travel. Having reached exponential expansion over the past 20 years, The Tailor truly understands how to provide exceptional experiences for discerning clients.

This new venture, driven by passionate South Australian locals, utilises the incredible depth of knowledge and experience within The Tailor team, to bring to life a series of outstanding South Australian adventures. Having built strong relationships with unique and iconic operators all over the state, The Tailor Touring Co. promises to provide unique local insight and quality experiences to guests of all ages. We specialise in using personal connections to provide our clients with exceptional experiences they cannot access through other experience providers.


Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Cultural and Theme Tours Food and Wine Tours Nature and wildlife Sightseeing Tours Free Wifi



Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


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From $700 to $1080

Go behind the scenes of the iconic R.M.Williams workshop on an exclusive tour and experience the many processes and the care that each and every pair of RM’s handcrafted leather boots receive. What’s more, on this exclusive tour, you’ll get to take home your very own pair of R.M.William’s boots – personally fitted!

After breakfast at your accommodation, you will be met by your private guide and driven north of the Adelaide city to the iconic R.M.Williams workshop. On this tour, you’ll learn all the fascinating intricacies and the dedication that goes into every single pair of RMs boots made.

Walking the workshop with your R.M. Williams host is enough to build up an appetite! A delicious Australian inspired morning tea awaits you in the Boardroom so you can speak about the history and future with the key people at R.M.Williams.

Following your tour of the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the R.M.Williams Percy Street store and museum. It’s here that you’ll not only have the time to browse through the magnificent array of boots, but you’ll also be personally fitted with your very own pair of Craftsman boots to take home.

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

From $780 to $2680

For appreciators of good food and wine, the Adelaide Hills is a fantastic place to sample an outstanding range of artisan producers. Starting from your accommodation, your private local guide will begin the short drive to Mount Lofty lookout, for an incredible scenic view over the city of Adelaide. This is an excellent way to begin your regional adventure, as it allows you to gain clear perspective on the layout of the city below.

From Mount Lofty, you will wind through the beautifully scenic Adelaide Hills to the historic town of Hahndorf. Classified as Australia’s oldest German settlement, Hahndorf’s origins date back to 1839, a detail that can be clearly seen in the quaint aesthetics of this beautiful town.

On conclusion of lunch, your guide will drive to your next iconic Adelaide Hills wine producer, Bird In Hand. This beautiful family-owned winery is set amongst an incredible landscape. Enjoy a private tasting of their world-class premium wines, including an exclusive tasting directly from the barrel. From Bird In Hand, your driver will journey back to Hahndorf to visit Ambleside Distillery.

Disabled Access

From $645 to $2280

Travelling to the Barossa with your private guide take in the natural beauty of the Adelaide Hills. Imagine tall, slender native gumtrees, lining the roads and charming hillside towns with views overlooking the vibrant valley. The day would be remiss without tasting your birth year vintage Tawny direct from the barrel. This unique experience is a lasting legacy from the early Seppelt family founders, ensuring each vintage remains untouched for 100 years. Go behind the scenes to enjoy a range of exclusive seasonal offerings directly from the barrel at Torbreck vineyard. Torbreck is committed to creating exceptional Rhone style red and white wines, reflecting the very best vineyards in the Barossa. Enjoy time out in the vineyard with the winemaker or viticulturist to understand the process from vine to glass plus the soils and viticulture of the Barossa

Disabled Access

From $765 to $2715

Adelaide Central Markets is your first stop for a tasty breakfast, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the vendors. Next destination is the Jam Factory, located in Adelaide’s West End Creative Precinct, the Jam Factory is a unique not-for-profit organisation that supports local talented designers. A private tour of the precinct’s four studios (Ceramics, Glass Blowing, Furniture, and Jewellery) will allow you the opportunity to view the excellent collection of locally made crafts and designs. Next is the South Australian Museum for a privately guided tour. This memorable experience will allow you the opportunity to view the largest collection of Aboriginal ethnographic material in the world.

After touring it will be perfect timing to stop for a bite to eat at Penfolds Winery’s Magill Estate Kitchen for a lovely leisurely lunch. Known for its casual dining experience paired with breath-taking views out over the city, Time permitting, you may wish to take in the city of Adelaide and its surrounds from a local vantage point, the perfect way to end your tour.

Disabled Access

From $595 to $2095

Today’s regional experience will begin with a short drive to Mount Lofty lookout.
It is simply breath-taking and it provides a clear view of Adelaide city and its surrounds. It’s the perfect way to begin your tour, as the views provide a clear perspective of where Adelaide is situated and the layout of the city.

Continue through the historic township of Hahndorf, located in the picturesque Adelaide Hills. Travelling on through the hills, venture towards the southern premium wine region of McLaren Vale, stopping at a selection of premium local wineries, all tailored to your interests.

Head to the coast to dine at the Star of Greece, a wonderful restaurant sitting atop a cliff, with commanding views overlooking the stunning Port Willunga beach and along the coast. Serving a delicious array of dishes, it’s a favourite lunch destination as the laid-back atmosphere provides the perfect opportunity to sit and enjoy a leisurely meal.

Explore the region with a visit to d’Arenberg Winery. Experience The Cube, a uniquely designed building that provides 360° views of the surrounding region. Each of The Cube’s five levels have been designed to challenge and excite your senses, creating a truly tactile and interactive experience.

Disabled Access

From $622.5 to $950

The vantage point from Mount Lofty is simply breath-taking, with a clear view of Adelaide city and its surrounds. It is the perfect way to begin your tour.

Next, travel through the Adelaide Hills to Cleland, a local wildlife park where you are able to get up close with our local fauna including a photo opportunity for holding a koala.

Travel the short distance to the beautifully quaint Hahndorf township. Classified as Australia’s oldest German settlement, Hahndorf’s origins date back to 1839 and enjoy a casual and leisurely lunch.

There is also an option to take the family strawberry picking at Beerenberg Farm, a much-loved South Australian producer of sauces, jams and condiments. This experience is seasonal however, so depending on your time of travel, may not be available.

Stop in at the South Australian Museum, a memorable experience allowing you the opportunity to view the largest collection of Aboriginal ethnographic material in the world. Head to the Jam Factory and enjoy a private tour of the unique not-for-profit agency, supporting local talented designers and artists. Or perhaps you would prefer to visit the Haigh’s Chocolate Factory in main CBD and enjoy a private tour around the factory.

Disabled Access

From $2165 to $4415

Spend 3 days to journey through rolling hills, scenic vineyards, the Coorong National Park and charming townships nestled between the coast and hills.
Let your private guide introduce you to the premier wine region of McLaren Vale, prior to settling into accommodation at the historic township of Goolwa.
Take a cruise to the mouth of the Murray River to view amazing bird and marine life.
On your final day return to Adelaide via the scenic route of Langhorne Creek and Sacred Grove.

Disabled Access

From $2532.5 to $3490

Spend 3 Days and 2 Nights with a perfect blend of history, nature, environment, vineyards, food and wine.

You will wind through the beautifully scenic Adelaide Hills to the historic town of Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement, Hahndorf’s origins date back to 1839.

Stay 2 nights in luxurious accommodation in the Barossa and spend time with the Angas Family, providing private access to the oldest mixed family farm in the Barossa Valley. Visit other iconic destinations in the Barossa including Torbreck and Seppeltsfield for private tasting experience.

Disabled Access

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