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South Australia’s peak tourism body
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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 900 members. Established in 2009, TiCSA has two primary objectives – advocacy and business development.
Leading and developing the South Australian tourism industry.
A strong and valued industry body advocating for, engaging with and strengthening tourism businesses to grow the visitor economy.
STATE TOURISM AWARDS
The Awards celebrate business excellence, acknowledge business innovation and reward exceptional customer service.
Elements of this year’s program have been modified to reflect the business challenges associated with COVID-19.
Nominate today to receive the 2021 Nominees Kit, featuring all of the resources and support materials you need to produce an outstanding submission.
Nominations close on Monday, 21 June, with final submissions due on Wednesday, 18 August.
ADVOCACY / MEDIA / GREAT STATETOUR & EXPERIENCE OPERATORS WELCOME VOUCHER EXPANSIONSouth Australia’s tourism industry welcomes Round 3 of the Great State Voucher Program, which has been expanded to include hosted tours and experiences. Tourism Industry Council...
ADVOCACY / MEDIA / $1.2 BILLION TOURISM PACKAGESA TOURISM INDUSTRY IS DEALT ANOTHER BIG BLOWMany South Australian tourism businesses will struggle to benefit from the Federal Government’s new tourism package. South Australia’s peak tourism body, the Tourism Industry...
ADVOCACY / MEDIA / EXTEND JOBKEEPERCALL TO EXTEND JOBKEEPERThe latest national visitor survey results by Tourism Research Australia show that South Australia welcomed 6 million visitors for the year ending September 2020, down 24 percent on 2019, while expenditure...
ADVOCACY / MEDIA / SIX-DAY LOCKDOWN FOR SASIX-DAY LOCKDOWN A MAJOR SETBACK FOR SA TOURISM INDUSTRYSouth Australia’s tourism industry faces yet another major setback in its recovery from COVID-19, with the State Government enforcing its toughest restrictions yet. Shaun...