History Festival 2021


We have three tours on offer for South Australia's major history event in May!

Tours for the Curious

With a fun and quirky nature, Flamboyance Tours is bringing varied walks to this year's History Festival in May. Inspired by the festival theme of Change, immerse yourself in learning about Adelaide's arts, culture and heritage with us. Revisit the legacy of Don Dunstan with this unique look into how he influenced our eatery scene, listen to Adelaide's queer history on an audio tour, and marvel at the old and new aspects of Adelaide's major boulevard, North Terrace. We look forward to having you walk with us.

Our Tours

The following tours are published in the History Festival 2021 program.

North Terrace Stroll
  • $35/concession and child
  • Immerse yourself in Adelaide's major city boulevard on this new walk for the 2020 History Festival. Stroll along its entirety to discover origins of Adelaide's design, faith, politics, culture and social hierarchy. Stories of North Terrace both old and new refuse to disappoint.
Adelaide Alfresco: The Dunstan Effect
$30+ bf/adult
  • $25/concession
  • Adelaide's culinary scene wouldn't be what it is today without the input of visionary SA premier Don Dunstan. Join us on this walk as we unravel stories of the city's first alfresco spaces, revealing his inspirations and how his policies changed the way Adelaideans socialise forever.
Adelaide Queer History
  • An Adelaide tour that highlights LGBT history in the city, featuring pioneering people and decisions that led to the open society Australia has today. You can find more info on this audio tour by clicking on the relevant page under Tours in the top menu, or by hitting the Book Now button below.

Related Adelaide Walks

Why not join one of our other Adelaide walking tours? We focus on a blend of history, culture and food with our offerings!



The F Factor

Discover the stories behind Adelaide's quirky foods and why locals love them so much, with samples along the way.



Jimmy C Street Art Tour

Explore the works of Adelaide-raised street artist Jimmy C and learn how he came to be world-renowned for his drip-style form.
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