Walter Stringfellow "Bill" Taberer (11 April 1872 – 10 February 1938) was a South African international rugby union player. Born in King William's Town, he attended St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown, where he was a Douglass Scholar before playing provincial rugby for Griqualand West. He made his only Test appearance for South Africa during Great Britain's 1896 tour. He played as a centre in the 2nd Test of the series, a 17–8 South Africa loss. Taberer died in 1938, in Bulawayo, at the age of 65.
He also played first-class cricket for Rhodesia.