and our 1000+ members.
TiCSA is a not-for-profit organisation with over 1000 members. Established in 2009, TiCSA is the peak body for South Australia’s tourism industry and has two primary objectives – advocacy and business development.
Members have access to networking events, training workshops and business development programs.
As the voice of tourism, we advocate on behalf of our members to create a unified voice on the issues and opportunities facing the industry.
Members also receive the latest industry news and connections to other tourism professionals.
A strong and valued voice for South Australia’s tourism industry.
Building capabilities, advocating for, and bringing together South Australia’s diverse tourism industry to enable a sustainable and growing visitor economy.
We advocate on behalf of industry to create a credible and unified voice.
Our industry events provide opportunities to learn and network.
What does TiCSA do?
TiCSA delivers networking events, training workshops and business development programs.
We advocate on behalf of our 1000+ members to create a unified voice on the issues and opportunities facing the industry.
Members also have access to the latest industry news, information and advice, as well as connections to other tourism professionals.
Is TiCSA a government organisation?
Is TiCSA different to the SA Tourism Commission (SATC)?
TiCSA is an independent body. We work one-on-one with South Australian tourism businesses to support their business development.
Is TiCSA Government funded?
TiCSA receives partial funding from the Government of South Australia through the South Australian Tourism Commission to support some of our programs and events, such as our annual tourism conference, tourism awards and ServiceIQ program.
We are self-funded through our membership and partnership/sponsorship model.
How can my business get involved?
How do I become Accredited?
TiCSA membership includes free access to the Quality Tourism Accredited Business Program, which forms part of the Quality Tourism Framework. Your registration and application are to be completed online.
Once your application has been reviewed and completed to a satisfactory level, you will receive acknowledgment of your Accreditation.
Accreditation does not apply for the ‘Supporter of Tourism’ or ‘Student/Young Tourism Professional’ membership levels.
Do I need to be an established business to become a member?
We can assist with providing useful resources, training and connections to help you along your tourism journey.
Why am I receiving communications from TiCSA?
You are receiving communications from TiCSA because you joined the TiCSA community as either a member or partner/sponsor.
Alternatively, you have connected with us through one of our programs and or events
You can unsubscribe or update your preferences at any time. For further information, contact email@example.com.
Can you promote my business?
By registering as a member or partner/sponsor, we will promote your business in our e-communications and across our social media channels.
You will also have the opportunity to use our communication platforms to share any events, opportunities, achievements and news with other TiCSA members.
Will I have access to all TiCSA Members?
TiCSA’s Member Directory is a locked page for member and sponsor access. The directory provides an opportunity for members / sponsors to connect and establish opportunities.
Visibility on the directory is at the discretion of the business, therefore not all members and their contact details will be available.