At Ambler Touring, we specialize in small group custom tours that focus on the beautiful wine regions and Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia. Our intimate tour sizes, accommodating up to 7 people, allow for a more personalized and intimate experience, allowing guests to truly connect with the region and its offerings.
Our custom tours offer guests the opportunity to tailor their experience to specific interests and preferences, ensuring that they get the most out of their visit.
Whether you are a wine enthusiast looking to sample the finest wines of the region, a nature lover eager to explore the stunning landscapes of the Fleurieu Peninsula, or simply seeking a unique and memorable experience, Ambler Touring has something to offer.
Our knowledgeable and experienced chauffeur will guide you through the region, providing insights and information about the history, culture, and natural beauty of the area.
We are dedicated to providing exceptional experiences for our guests, and we are confident that a tour with Ambler Touring will be a highlight of your visit to South Australia.
Book your tour today and discover the beauty and charm of this special part of the world.
I was born in the Adelaide Hills and grew up on an apple orchard in the area. I have a deep understanding of the lifestyle and culture of the Hills, and I am happy to share my knowledge with our guests. I have also worked in the area, so I am familiar with some of the hidden secrets of the Adelaide Hills.
As an avid golfer, I have caddied for both amateur and professional golfers. I highly recommend taking a turn on the fairways of the Mt Barker and Hahndorf Golf Club during your time in Adelaide.
Some of my passions include skiing and snowboarding. I have even worked as a ski instructor in Canada. My ultimate goal is to experience the thrill of riding a bobsled down a track. I have skied with some of the best in the world, including members of the Australian and Canadian Olympic teams.
Despite my love of travelling, Australia will always be my home, and I think Adelaide is a wonderful place to live.
As a young girl, I grew up enjoying the pleasures of both the seaside and the country. Growing up in Grange, I had the best of both worlds when my love of the outdoors was bolstered by spending many school holidays in the Murray Mallee region of South Australia on a family friend’s farm which provided endless adventures and experiences.
As a young adult, I moved to Whyalla for a year then on to Ceduna on the Far West Coast of South Australia. Ceduna became my home for nearly 20 years, and it was where I had my two beautiful daughters. It was a great experience and I was very involved in the community, doing volunteer and committee work in addition to my paid job.
Being considered more of a “Tom Boy,” my love of the outdoors led me to explore places and interests not typically considered “feminine.” This love of adventure has taken me to many isolated places, but my ‘expedition style’ voyage to Antarctica and camping on the ice is still a highlight.
My working life has spanned many areas but the transition into touring allows me to use many of my previous experiences in a fun and less structured way, which means it never seems like work!