Aboriginal tourism in South Australia
Aboriginal tourism involves a range of experiences such as song, music, dance, storytelling, art, accommodation, guided tours, sites, artefacts and culturally enriched hospitality.
Pre-COVID, this sector was worth $252 million.
We are committed to supporting Aboriginal tourism through a cooperative approach.
To do this, we will focus on the following four key objectives:
- Encourage investment in new, and enhance existing, Aboriginal tourism products, experiences and activation of natural assets.
- Provide industry capability building opportunities for new and existing Aboriginal tourism operators and ensure quality service, products and experiences are delivered to visitors.
- Foster strong partnerships and build meaningful relationships between community groups, private investors and local, state and federal governments.
- Promote and market Aboriginal Tourism to South Australia’s key domestic and international markets.