Nature-based Tourism

Released: February 2016

South Australia has a strategy and action plan to transform the state's nature-based tourism sector.

 

The strategy and action plan outline the State Government’s vision and actions to make South Australia a world leader in nature-based tourism, while supporting the ongoing conservation of our State’s natural and cultural heritage. 


The strategy and plan also outline the State Government’s commitment to work with tourism stakeholders and to encourage investment into the industry. The strategy and action plan aim to inject $350 million a year into the state economy and create 1,000 new jobs by 2020.

This is aligned to the State Government’s economic priority 5, which aims to make South Australia a growing destination of choice for international and domestic travellers.

Website: www.environment.sa.gov.au

Swimming with Sea Lions, Eyre Peninsula
Swimming with Sea Lions, Eyre Peninsula

Released: October 2017

The South Australian Government announced an exciting collection of nature-based tourism investment opportunities across the state. Opportunities across 18 sites were release for expressions of interest such as eco-sensitive accommodation, adventure tours, cafés, cellar doors or guided walks.

Further information on each opportunity please visit National Parks South Australia website.

Website: www.parks.sa.gov.au/newbusiness

 

 

SNAPSHOT: SEE DOWNLOADS AVAILABLE BELOW

Nature Based Tourism - Strategy

STRATEGY: Focus: South Australian tourism industry - Released: February 2016

Nature Based Tourism - Action Plan

STRATEGY: Focus: South Australian tourism industry - Released: February 2016