Spirit awards entries open to lift SA's spirit once again

The fifth annual Tasting Australia Spirit Awards presented by Master Cask are now open, calling on Australian distillers to put forward their entries. Continue reading

Change at SATC

The State Government will commence a global recruitment process for the appointment of the next Chief Executive Officer of the South Australian Tourism Commission, to ensure South Australia attracts the best talent available to lead tourism into the future. Continue reading

SA tourism nears pre pandemic economic recovery

Media Tourism in South Australia is celebrating yet again, after visitor spending is almost on par with pre-pandemic levels and the interstate market reaches a new post-pandemic record high. Continue reading

South Australia on show as Tour Down Under returns

The Santos Tour Down Under (TDU), Australia’s greatest cycling race, is returning in South Australia in January with stages sure to challenge the elite international peloton. Continue reading

William (Bill) Spurr AO

It is with great sadness that I rise in this chamber today to acknowledge the passing of a remarkable South Australian, William (Bill) Spurr AO. Continue reading

Illuminate Adelaide lights up the city

The Malinauskas Government is thrilled to welcome a bigger and brighter Illuminate Adelaide back to the CBD from today. Continue reading

More support for multicultural media

The Malinauskas Labor Government is delivering on our election commitment to ethnic media representatives with the introduction of a new Multicultural Media Grant stream. Continue reading

Adelaide Claims New Top Spot

Adelaide has claimed a new number one status – with CBD hotels enjoying the highest occupancy of any major city across Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading

More flights into South Australia to meet strong demand

Helping put South Australia at the top of the holiday list for international visitors, Qatar Airways has today announced it will increase its flights into Adelaide from Doha and Auckland. Continue reading

Regional tourism marketing boost

The State Government has today committed almost $500,000 for regional tourism marketing to further help the sector return to its pre-COVID record high. Continue reading