Welcome to the resources page, where you will find a range of information about the role of the South Australian Tourism Commission and useful resources to assist you with your projects and information search.
Elder Hall, Adelaide
You will find information about the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) in the About SATC section, including the Annual Report and Strategic Plan. These publications provide information about our campaigns, results, marketing budgets, tourism strategies, activities and staff.
The SATC’s purpose is to work with industry to deliver marketing, events and development programs that support tourism growth. Based in Adelaide, the organisation works closely with representatives in the 11 key regions of the state to promote the state’s tourism assets internationally as well as domestically.
South Australian Tourism Commission
If you are thinking about setting a research topic for an assignment, look at these reports first to determine the type of information that is accessible.
Tourism Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for attracting international visitors to Australia and encouraging Australians to travel domestically, both for leisure and business events. The organisation is active in around 30 key markets and activities include advertising, PR and media programs, trade shows and industry programs, consumer promotions, online communications and consumer research.
- Market snapshots
- Market arrivals
- National and international campaign information
- Aboriginal tourism
The tourism glossary may also be of assistance and also the detailed reports on visitor numbers and habits
Tourism Research Australia
Tourism Research Australia (TRA) is a branch within the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.TRA Australia's leading provider of quality tourism intelligence across both international and domestic markets.
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Individual requests from students
Unfortunately, the SATC is not able to provide secondary or tertiary students with interviews and responses to individual requests for information. We hope that the list of resources on this page will enable you to gather the information required to complete your research.