Find collated resources and links to information - including details of how to access financial and business resiliency support packages - to assist South Australia's tourism sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the details of a significant financial support package specifically designed to help local operators & partners get through the COVID-19 crisis and rebound strongly on the other side.
This edition of Tourism News covers a month like no other time in our lived experiences. Read on for COVID-19 support, staying home this Easter, bringing SA to your living room, and more.
As borders and movement are restricted around the world and people’s lives are confined to virtual spaces, the SATC is bringing South Australia into living rooms across the country.
COVID-19 has brought the tourism & hospitality sectors to a standstill. SATC, with Deloitte, invite SA tourism & hospitality businesses to a free 60-minute webinar to help survive & recover...
The latest report of domestic visitors to South Australia provides a snapshot about nights, visits and expenditure.
The latest report of international visitors to South Australia provides a snapshot about nights, visits and expenditure.
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...
Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) is one of Australia’s leading independent cruise lines, offering a traditional, British cruise experience and exceptional value.
Our latest Tourism Champion, LifeTime Private Retreats offers luxury beachfront accommodation on Kangaroo Island.
Established in the early 90’s, Wilkadene Above Renmark Experiences offers guests a unique experience on the banks of the River Murray.
The Arkaba Walk is a multi-day luxury walking experience offering some of Australia’s most spectacular outback scenery.
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.