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Leading & Developing
the South Australian tourism industry.
A Strong & Valued Body
advocating for, engaging with & strengthening tourism businesses.
and our 900+ members.
TiCSA (formerly SATIC) is the Peak Body for South Australia’s Tourism Industry.
TiCSA is a not-for-profit, member-based organisation with over 930 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 930+ members and the industry at large to create a unified voice on the issues and opportunities facing the industry. Our aim is to unlock the full economic potential of tourism in South Australia.
Members also receive the latest industry news, information and advice, as well as connections to other tourism professionals.
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.
Quality Tourism Framework
The IQ Series
2019 SA TOURISM AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED!
Congratulations to the 2019 South Australian Tourism Awards finalists!
The winners will be revealed at the prestigious Gala Dinner on Friday, 8 November at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Early bird has been extended until Friday which means you’ve still got time to purchase your ticket/s at a discounted rate.
Voting is now open for the 2019 RAA Voters’ Choice Tourism Award, recognising a high level of service excellence provided by two South Australian Tourism Awards finalists. This year an accommodation provider with the highest number of votes, as well as an experience...
Peak Tourism Body Supports State Visitor Economy Plan 2030 South Australia’s peak tourism body, The Tourism Industry Council South Australia (TiCSA) supports the State Visitor Economy Plan 2030, released by the Government of South Australia. TiCSA CEO Shaun de Bruyn...
TiCSA welcomes the announcement from Acting Minister for Environment and Water, Hon Stephan Knoll, for the approval of Australian Walking Company’s (AWC) proposed eco-accommodation. Following a two-year tender process, AWC will build the accommodation along the...
The Tourism Industry Council of South Australia (TiCSA)’s upcoming tourism conference is set to lead the industry towards unlocking the 2020 targets of $8 billion and 41,000 jobs. The two-day program held on the 28 and 29 May at Adelaide Oval will give an insight into...