South Australia’s best tourism businesses have been honoured with a reception hosted by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia to acknowledge their superior achievements.
Three of South Australia’s best regional tourism experiences have walked away with major prizes at the 2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Darwin. Congratulations to Seppeltsfield Estate Winery, The Frames and Yondah Beach House. Plus another four South Australian tourism businesses were awarded silver and bronze medals recognising the amazing contribution they make to the State.
Tourism businesses across South Australia are set to benefit from a suite of business development programs being rolled out by the South Australian Tourism Industry Council during 2017.
The Australian Tourism Industry Council (ATIC), owner of the Australian Tourism Awards, is excited to announce that in 2017 a new online Awards program will be introduced, incorporating a complete online entry process.
Adelaide Oval Tours & Museums has been awarded the Premier’s Award for Service Excellence at the 2016 South Australian Tourism Awards – a new and highly regarded acknowledgment which recognises the finalist across 30 categories who demonstrated the most outstanding customer service experience.
South Australia’s outstanding tourism businesses are reminded to enter the 2016 South Australian Tourism Awards, with nominations closing on Friday, 1 July.
The 2016 Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards are now open for nominations and tourism operators are invited to nominate across 11 categories.
Five of South Australia's very best tourism experiences have been inducted into the State's Tourism Hall of Fame at the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards, winning their category three years in a row.
Congratulations to: 2015 Clipsal 500 Adelaide; Aboriginal Cultural Tours - South Australia; The Playford; Udder Delights Cheese Cellar; and Adelaide Shores.
South Australia’s top tourism businesses are invited to enter the 2015 South Australian Tourism Awards, with nominations now open.
The prestigious Awards attract hundreds of entries each year across more than 30 categories, with winners going on to represent South Australia at a national level.
The search is on for Adelaide’s best taxi driver, with the winner to be announced for the first time at this year’s prestigious South Australian Tourism Awards.
Emaroo Port Hughes was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the 2014 Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards, after winning the Deluxe Accommodation category three times in a row.
11 awards were presented to businesses and individuals judged to be the most outstanding in each category, and a further 18 entrants who achieved a high standard in their category were recognised with a gold, silver or bronze medal.
Four of South Australia’s finest tourism experiences have been inducted into the State’s Tourism Hall of Fame at the 2013 South Australian Tourism Awards, winning their category for a third year in a row: Hilton Adelaide; Tour Barossa; Narnu Farm; and Emaroo Port Hughes.
They are the future of our industry and the people entrusted to generate wealth-creating, world-competitive opportunities in the tourism industry and this year, the 2013 South Australian Tourism Awards will introduce a new category to recognise our best tourism student.
A record 6 of South Australia's finest tourism experiences have been inducted into the State's Tourism Hall of Fame at the South Australian Tourism Awards, winning their category three years in a row.
The annual South Australian Tourism Awards are always met with a large level of interest and 2011 is proving no exception.
Four of South Australia’s best tourism businesses have been inducted into the State’s Tourism Hall of Fame at the 2010 South Australian Tourism Awards. Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre, Adelaide Convention Centre, UniSA's School of Management and Unforgettable Houseboats all received the prestigious inductions after winning their respective categories for the third year in row.
Top South Australian produce will be the flavour of the night at the 2010 South Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner in November.
Four tourism businesses have been inducted into the State Tourism Hall of Fame at the 2009 South Australian Tourism Awards. Cleland Wildlife Park, Bookabee Tours Australia, Adventure Tours Australia Group and Lakeside Manor YHA Backpackers all received the prestigious inductions after winning their respective categories for the third year in a row.