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State Plans & Strategies

South Australian Tourism Plan 2015-2020

With the current South Australian Tourism Plan coming to an end in 2014, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has begun to develop the new plan, covering the years 2015-2020. The Plan will consider the key priorities for the tourism industry through to 2020 to achieve our identified potential of $8.0b. This will be a considerable challenge, with strong market share gains required. 

The South Australian Tourism Commission is seeking comment from all parties with a stake in the tourism industry. The simplest way to provide input into the development of the Plan is via the stakeholder survey, which will be open until the end of March [link:]. The Adelaide Tourism Forum is another opportunity for comment, and will occur on Tuesday 25th March from 1-3pm. While it is primarily for those located in the Adelaide Tourism Region, the forum is an open to all interested parties. Please RSVP to for further details and to secure your place. 

South Australian Tourism Plan 2009-2014

The South Australian Tourism Plan 2009-2014 maps out key strategies for growing the value of the state’s tourism sector. This plan identifies the industry’s key objectives for the next six years within the broader context of South Australia’s competitive performance and the likely future of tourism, both nationally and globally.

pdf Tourism Plan 2009-2014 2.48MB

South Australia’s Strategic Plan - Tourism Implementation Action Plan

This Action Plan outlines critical success factors that must be addressed to achieve the tourism target under South Australia’s Strategic Plan. The SA Strategic Plan provides the vision and framework for building a prosperous, healthy and sustainable State. It contains six objectives and 84 measurable targets to be achieved over the next ten years, one of which is a tourism target and a number to which tourism will contribute.

pdf South Australian Strategic Plan - Tourism Implementation 419KB
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