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.Read more
A new report released today by Tourism Industry Council SA (TICSA) shows a dramatic drop in confidence among tourism businesses over the past quarter.Read more
The Marshall Liberal Government has either given away or sold Adelaide 500 merchandise and infrastructure – with largescale items like the pit building and shade structures getting flogged off in a fire sale auction within the next week.
The peak tourism industry body has warned there is now a very real prospect of 5000 jobs being lost in the industry unless the Marshall Liberal Government provides urgent financial support.Read more
Steven Marshall’s Events Advisory Group has been suddenly shut down less than a year after it was created, in yet another example of Steven Marshall’s failure when it comes to bringing events to South Australia.
The State’s tourism operators are reaching breaking point as ongoing lockdowns interstate and local restrictions continue to severely hamper their revenue sources.Read more
SA Labor is calling on the Marshall Liberal Government to implement an ‘events cancellation fund’, as the tourism industry highlights the need for a form of insurance to minimise the risk for new events as the pandemic continues to hit the industry hard.Read more
Struggling South Australian tourism operators are crying out for direct financial support from the Marshall Liberal Government – with snap border closures and fluctuating restrictions placing more pressure on the ailing industry.Read more
Steven Marshall has unleashed savage cuts worth $24 million in coming years to the tourism budget, at a time when the sector is suffering the consequences of COVID-19 border closures and restrictions.Read more
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.Read more