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Have your say on the future of our tourism industry

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The draft South Australian Visitor Economy Sector Plan 2030 is now open for industry feedback. The plan sets a bold ambition to grow our visitor economy to $12.8 billion by 2030. We welcome your feedback, which you can provide through a survey.

Tasting Australia

Tasting Australia: A tempting autumn attraction

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Tasting Australia will run from 5-14 April 2019 in more than 120 venues across Adelaide and the regions. The festival offers a packed program of intimate dinners, long lunches, culinary day-trips, classes, wine tasting sessions and more. Tickets are now on sale.

The Lane, Adelaide Hills

Latest Resources and Tools

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We have a range of resources and tools on offer to assist our tourism industry. The information is designed to provide practical advice to tourism operators, tourism businesses and event managers. Check out our latest resources such as our social media fact sheet as well as documents and templates to help you plan a community or major event.

Middle River, Kangaroo Island

We are committed to growing our state's tourism industry

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Tourism is an economic priority and our mission is to make South Australia a destination of choice for international and domestic visitors. Our tourism industry employs 36,000 people and has reached a record $6.9 billion in visitor expenditure.

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  1. Pugilist Lookout, Flinders Ranges

    Tourism News 27 February

    In this edition of Tourism News, you can read about our latest Tourism Champion, Wilkadene Above Renmark Experiences, our Undiscover South Australia campaign, the Superloop Adelaide 500 and more.

  2. ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open Golf

    Global women's golfing stars arrive in Adelaide

    The world's top female golfers have arrived in Adelaide as South Australia prepares to tee off for the 2019 ISPS HANDA Women’s Australian Golf Open...

  3. Golden Princess in Port Adelaide

    South Australia rides wave of cruise ship boom

    A record number of cruise ships are set to sail into South Australia this month, signalling a bumper season for local tourism operators and other businesses...

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  1. International Performance

    International tourism is booming in South Australia with latest figures showing visitors spent a record $1.2 billion to the year ending March 2018. 

  2. Value of Tourism

    Using the latest data available from the IVS and NVS we have put together a fact sheet to provide information about how South Australian Tourism is performing against the goals set in the SA Tourism...

  3. From the CE's Desk

    Hear the latest from our Chief Executive, Rodney Harrex in his quarterly updates and opinion pieces. 

Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery, Riverland
Featured Tourism Champion

Wilkadene Above Renmark Experiences

February, 2019

Established in the early 90’s, Wilkadene Above Renmark Experiences offers guests a unique experience on the banks of the River Murray.

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Southern Ocean Lodge
Featured Tourism Champion

Southern Ocean Lodge

November, 2018

Established in 2008, Southern Ocean Lodge is a multi-award winning luxury travel experience on Kangaroo Island.

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Arkaba Walk
Featured Tourism Champion

The Arkaba Walk

September, 2018

The Arkaba Walk is a multi-day luxury walking experience offering some of Australia’s most spectacular outback scenery.

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The Lane, Adelaide Hills
Featured Tourism Champion

The Lane Vineyard

July, 2018

Founded in 1993 by John and Helen Edwards, The Lane Vineyard is a second generation family-run winery, dining and tasting room and welcomes over 30,000 visitors each year.

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Segway Sensation SA, Seppeltsfield, Barossa
Featured Tourism Champion

Segway Sensation SA

June, 2018

Established in 2014, Segway Sensation SA run guided Segway tours along Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct and around Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa.

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South Australia has 12 tourism regions. They include famous wine destinations such as the Barossa and Clare Valley to the most accessible outback in Australia, the Flinders Ranges. Each tourism region operates independently of the SATC.