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South Australian Economic Priorities

The State Government's Economic Priority Statement for Tourism aims to increase the value of the state’s tourism sector to $6.3b from $5.2b a year by June 2017.

10 Economic priorities were released by the Government with the aim to increase the State's economic base.

For further information on the state of the South Australian economy, visit the Economic Priorities website.

pdf State Government's Economic Priority Statement for Tourism
pdf Economic Priorities (Full document)

South Australian Tourism Plan 2015-2020

The South Australian Tourism Plan 2020, released by the South Australian Tourism Commission, outlines the priorities and goals for the tourism sector with the ambition to create an $8 billion tourism industry by 2020. 

pdf South Australian Tourism Plan 2020
pdf Tourism Plan 2009-2014

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

Nature-based Tourism Strategy 2016

A strategy and action plan to boost nature-based tourism in South Australia has been released with a goal to increase expenditure by $345 million per annum and generate a further 1,000 jobs. This is aligned to the State Government’s economic priority 5, which aims to make South Australia a growing destination of choice for international and domestic travellers.

pdf Nature-based Tourism Strategy: Nature Like Nowhere Else 2.3MB
pdf Nature-based Tourism Action Plan 254KB
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