Flying High with The Tailor Team: Crown Towers

Helicopters, Presidential Villas and endless champagne, The Tailor’s recent trip to Melbourne was absolutely filled to the brim with opulence and glamour.
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RM Williams: The amazing story of an Australian icon, entrepreneur, poet and bushman…

Perhaps best known internationally for his business of making high-quality, long-lasting and rugged boots, RM’s story connects the two halves of Australia and became the stuff of legend.
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The Tailor’s guide to New Year’s Eve in Sydney

At The Tailor we have compiled a list of some of the best things to do in Sydney on this special evening – including a range of experiences that we have created exclusively for our clients.
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Five Dream Island Getaways

What constitutes a dream island getaway naturally depends on who you ask. A palm fringed beach seems to be a prerequisite, along a balmy tropical climate and a wide range of outdoor adventures, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, tennis, yachting, fishing and maybe golf.
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Five Australian Super Lodges

Over the past 20 years The Tailor has visited some of Australia’s most exclusive luxury properties. Here we present the crème de la crème, five outstanding lodges that deliver the very finest – whether that’s food and wine, service, sports facilities or spa treatments.
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Ultimate OZ for Kids

At The Tailor we have a portfolio of amazing Australian trips that are ideal for kids of all ages – everything from snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef to hiking in the Tasmania wilderness and crocodile spotting in the Top End.
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Adelaide For Social Climbers

With the growing popularity of South Australia’s iconic destinations, such as Kangaroo Island, the Eyre Peninsula and the Flinders Ranges, it’s easy to overlook how much there is to do in Adelaide. The city’s newest attraction, RoofClimb Adelaide Oval, is a great option if you have a couple of spare hours.
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Our Top 8 Wilderness Lodges

For anyone searching for jaw-dropping landscapes untouched by human beings, all roads lead to Australia. Not only is Australia the sixth largest country on earth, it contains vast stretches of pristine wilderness – from ancient mountain ranges to tropical rainforest and spectacular deserts – which have never been touched by agriculture, mining or industrial development.
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Secrets of RM Williams Country

Do heroic landscapes, like those found in the far north of South Australia, produce larger-than-life personalities?
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The Magnificent Seven (Australian Guides)

Thanks to our extensive knowledge of Australia, The Tailor has been able to assemble what we modestly believe is the finest line-up of guides in the country
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The Tailor’s Big Five of Australia

If you want to provoke a heated debate at your next dinner party just ask anyone who has travelled in Australia to name their Top Five experiences Down Under.
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Our Ultimate Sydney

Recently voted “the world’s friendliest city” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveller magazine, Sydney is also in the running as Australia’s most glamorous city, thanks to its sparkling harbour, fantastic ocean beaches, stylish waterfront restaurants, vibrant bar scene, up-market shopping and, of course, iconic Opera House.
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The Story of RM Williams

Spanning the whole span of the 20th Century, the colourful life of Reginald Murray Williams, always known as simply RM, would make the perfect script for a rip-roaring action movie.
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Rachel’s Review – Sydney Park Hyatt and Wolgan Valley Resort Spa

As The Tailor’s newest recruit, I recently left my usual base of the Tailor’s UK office and under the thinly veiled disguise of work research I set off on a three week trip around Australia. From the Tailor’s Adelaide head office I traipsed across to Sydney and the Blue Mountains, then headed to Queensland to explore a handful of the state’s islands before finally heading to the Northern Territory. Here are a few of my highlights.
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Rachel’s Review – Southern Ocean Lodge Kangaroo Island

From sunshine, sandy shores and incredible marine life it was time for me to put my jumper, socks and boots back on and head south to experience slightly more traditional winter elements. Before anyone starts to accuse me of working for the Kangaroo Island Tourist board (or taking a back-hander), I don’t, I promise.
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Rachel’s Review Qualia and Lizard Island

Leaving the autumn and winter chill of New South Wales, my next stop was Queensland and her islands; Hamilton and Lizard. All were ‘firsts’ for me and landing on Hamilton Island, in the Whitsunday Islands, and boarding a chopper for a flight over the Great Barrier Reef and to Whitehaven Beach, was where I stopped trying to convince friends and family that I really was working very hard.
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Ultimate Bucket List

With over 100 years of knowledge, the team at The Tailor have sat down together and have come up with their ‘Ultimate Bucket list’ for your must see and do Australian travel experiences!
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Lake Eyre Innamincka

You’d have to be deep down in a dry cave not to know that it’s been raining hard in Queensland. In the week ending 9 February 2012, parts of Central Queensland recorded between 150-20mm of rainfall.
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Top 5 Private Guides in Australia

The key to any great experience is a great guide; a truly great guide will make the seemingly simple come to life. The best guides make you feel an instant affinity with them and welcome you like an old friend and put you at ease from the moment you meet them.
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5 Best Lodges in Australia

This is a very tough choice as there are so many great Lodges in Australia today. After sending to travellers to Australia’s finest lodges for the last 13 years I am going to list my top 5, based on a criteria of consistently outstanding customer feedback and what I believe displays Australia at its finest.
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Top 5 Outback Lodges

To me it’s all about the people and the experience. I am not so much concerned with gold taps and chandeliers! I want to walk away from an Outback stay saying that was truly incredible and I would only find that in Australia!
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Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure

When Tourism Australia designed the adventure for Oprah in Australia, I am certain they thought we have to show Oprah experiences that will leave her with a sense of awe! Experiences that are uniquely Australian and no matter where she went in the world she could only do this in Australia.
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5 Best Lodges on Great Barrier Reef Islands

I love the Great Barrier Reef, every time you see it from the air you have to marvel at its size and beauty. There is a special feeling when you land in the tropics of northern Queensland and see the mango trees, sugar cane, palm trees and thick tropical rainforest.
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