Marshall fail as Kiwis fly elsewhere

Premier Steven Marshall has recorded a big fail in the race to attract tourists from New Zealand – the only the only international tourism market open for business. Continue reading

Budget in Reply Speech - Tourism

Tourism section of Zoe's budget in reply speech Continue reading

Labor’s legislation to stop out-of-control party house rentals

SA Labor is set to introduce legislation into Parliament today to address short-term rental properties being used as out-of-control party houses. Continue reading

Senior bureaucrat unaware of any new events

Steven Marshall’s most senior bureaucrat is “not aware” of any events replacing the Adelaide 500 – despite the Premier’s star-studded ‘events advisory group’ being formed seven months ago.  Continue reading

South Australia: A number one destination for NZ

Labor is calling on the Marshall Liberal Government to urgently market South Australia as the number one destination for New Zealanders, following yesterday’s announcement of a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Continue reading

SA hotels and hospitality venues miss out on travel vouchers

Hotels and hospitality venues have missed out on being part of the third round of travel vouchers, and now face the looming end of JobKeeper payments in less than a fortnight. Continue reading

Most of SA misses out on discount flights

Steven Marshall must push for an expansion of the Federal Government’s flight discount package, after most South Australian destinations missed out. Continue reading

Another round of tourism vouchers needed as JobKeeper ends

As Queensland releases its latest round of travel vouchers, South Australians are still yet to hear any details of another round of travel vouchers here. Continue reading

Adelaide 500 Motion Speech

Adelaide 500 Motion Speech Continue reading

A third of SA tourism businesses on the brink as JobKeeper runs out

Nearly a third of all tourism businesses expect they will have to lay off workers or close altogether when JobKeeper ends next month, according to a tourism industry survey. Continue reading