and our 1000+ members.
TiCSA is the peak body for South Australia’s tourism industry.
The Tourism Industry Council South Australia (TiCSA) is a not-for-profit, member-based organisation with over 1000 members. Established in 2009, TiCSA has two primary objectives – advocacy and business development.
Hello SA Top Tourism Town Awards 2024
In partnership with Hello SA, TiCSA is excited to be launching the Hello SA Top Tourism Town Awards 2024!
Nominations are now open until 29 February and we are thrilled to once again be on the hunt for SA’s best towns.
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.
TiCSA, in partnership with the Australian Tourism Industry Council, has teamed up with ReviewPro to offer all Quality Tourism Accredited members FREE access to an exclusive ReviewPro dashboard in the Quality Tourism Framework portal.
This comprehensive introductory solution provides all the key basics to benchmark and monitor your online reputation.
Welcome to our latest newsletter, the TiCSA Tourism Snapshot, for January 2024. I hope all of you have had a festive holiday season and a great start to the new year! The year ahead promises to be full of opportunity and challenges. We are very focused on delivering...
Welcome to our latest newsletter, the TiCSA Tourism Snapshot, for December 2023. With the end of 2023 quickly approaching, it’s a great opportunity to look back over the last 12 months for the industry. In the face of many challenges, the South Australian tourism...
Welcome to our latest newsletter, the TiCSA Tourism Snapshot, for November 2023. We're still buzzing from the 2023 South Australian Tourism Awards Gala Dinner on November 3. The night was nothing short of spectacular, with over 650 people coming together to share in...
Reality bites The 2023 September Quarter Tourism Barometer shows an overall improvement from the June Quarter Barometer, however it is clear the tourism industry is still struggling in the face of rapidly rising operating costs, labour shortages and interest rate...
The tourism landscape has changed dramatically, and innovation has never been more important to rebuild and grow the industry.
TiCSA has partnered with Flinders University as the quality education provider of choice, to provide cutting edge research, professional development, and opportunities for student placements, to lead to a strong local industry that responds to the new challenges of the 21st Century.