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SATIC Tourism Blog


Our SATIC Tourism Blog is intended to keep you, as a SATIC Member, more informed about what’s happening within the South Australian tourism industry, as well as provide an opportunity for you to get to know other SATIC Members, learn about their products/services and gain insight into their business development journeys and tips for tourism business success.

If you've recently had some exciting news or made new additions to your business, and would like to be featured in one of our future blog posts, please contact SATIC’s Communications Coordinator – Emily Sharpe-Hall on (08) 8110 0123 or email emily@satic.com.au.


SATIC Tourism Barometer - December qtr 2015

02 March 2016

The Business Activity index for the December quarter 2015 rose by 31%. The improved performance was attributed to a sense of rising consumer confidence, an increase in the number of interstate travellers, events including corporate events and the impact of the Riverbank precinct developments.


SATIC Tourism Barometer - September qtr 2015

04 November 2015
The Business Outlook index for the September 2015 quarter was up by 30 points (26%) – increasing from 114 to 144 – following the election of Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister in September.

Taxi and Chauffeur Vehicle Industry Review

02 October 2015

Taxis and chauffeur vehicles are an important part of the South Australian tourism industry, and are often the first experience of Adelaide for visitors and tourists. It is necessary for that sector of the industry to grow and thrive into the future


Nature Based Tourism Action Plan - For Public Comment

02 October 2015

Minister Hunter and Minister Bignell released South Australia’s Nature Based Tourism Draft Action Plan last weekend. It outlines ten actions for growing nature based tourism across the State, while supporting the ongoing conservation of our natural and cultural heritage.


Message from SATIC’s General Manager

21 September 2015

After two weeks as SATIC's General Manager, I am excited to be part of the team and have hit the ground running with some key priorities including increasing member benefits, membership growth and engagement with stakeholders.


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