The South Australian Tourism Commission is committed to growing the State’s tourism industry. Tourism is big business in South Australia, creating work for South Australians and offering strong prospects for long-term growth. The industry contributes to the State’s economic activity, generating jobs and export dollars by attracting interstate and international tourists. It also enhances the State’s cultural attributes and offers sustainable development for the environment.
The Adelaide Convention Centre is a sophisticated world-class conferencing facility which is internationally recognised for its innovative approach, meticulous attention to detail, service excellence and exemplary commitment to sustainable operations. The centre’s exciting two stage redevelopment will significantly increase capacity and flexibility. This expansion will provide three distinct and individually iconic interlinked buildings with total area increasing to approximately 14,000m2, a new plenary hall and up to 20 new meetings rooms being added by the completion of stage 2 in 2017. Due to a carefully designed construction process, we will remain open for business throughout.
Established in 1985, Adelaide Casino is located in the historic Adelaide Railway Station, on North Terrace. Overlooking Parliament House and the River Torrens, Adelaide Casino is part of Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct. Adelaide Casino is owned by the SKYCITY Entertainment Group, a Trans-Tasman company, and is South Australia’s only casino. It offers a range of gaming and entertainment facilities including nine bars and restaurants, more than 990 gaming machines and 90 table games. A prominent financial contributor to the state, Adelaide Casino employs more than 1100 local people and supports a number of local businesses both through sponsorships and by using local suppliers wherever possible.