Adelaide is hot to trot as world’s best horses and riders set to return

One of only seven events in the world at its level, the Australian International 3 Day Event will return to Adelaide for the first time since pre pandemic. Continue reading

Refugee Week to focus on healing in 2022

This year’s Refugee Week will focus on healing. Continue reading

Santos Tour Down Under welcomes elite women’s teams

The world’s most elite female cyclists will race in South Australia during next summer’s Santos Tour Down Under (TDU), for the first time in the event’s history. Continue reading

South Australia’s shipshape return to cruising

Cruising will make a buoyant return to South Australia, with more ships set for the State’s shores in 2022-23 than prior to the pandemic. Continue reading

Tasting Australia Winter Series Returns In 2022

On the back of blockbuster crowds at the 2022 Tasting Australia presented by RAA Travel, the nation’s premier eating and drinking festival will make a comeback this winter. Continue reading

Tourism Council Commitment Honoured

A Malinauskas Labor Government election commitment to the Tourism Industry Council of South Australia (TiCSA) of $1.6 million over four years will be delivered. Continue reading

First £10 Flyers depart for Adelaide

An Irish backpacker from Dublin will become the first person to travel to Australia under the South Australian Tourism Commission’s ‘£10 Flight’ campaign. Continue reading

SA tourism operators hop-timistic about multi-million-dollar boost

South Australia’s tourism industry is set for an almost $150 million boost this Easter long weekend, in what is being forecasted as a near record domestic visitor spend for the four-day break.  Continue reading

Kangaroo Island a Lonely Planet ‘ultimate’ travel spot

Kangaroo Island has claimed yet another international prize, now making a top-ten position in Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Australia Travel List, which ranks the top 500 unmissable experiences and hidden gems across Australia. Continue reading

Marshall Liberal Government Gags Parliamentary Committee Investigating Ambulance Ramping On Eve Of State Election

Liberal members of a Parliamentary Committee investigating the Marshall Liberal Government's ambulance ramping crisis have buried the committee's draft interim report and are refusing to release it. Continue reading