Welcome to TiCSA
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
NATURE-BASED TOURISM CAPABILITY PROGRAM
TiCSA is delivering a support program for businesses interested in developing nature-based tourism (NBT) experiences. South Australia’s nature-based tourism sector is established and progressive. However, it has significant potential to grow and become an even more significant contributor to regional communities, employment and the economy.
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...
ADVOCACY / MEDIA / WELCOME BACK VICTORIANSSA READY TO WELCOME BACK VICTORIAN TRAVELLERSSouth Australia’s tourism industry is thrilled to finally welcome back Victorians following the State Government’s announcement to lift border restrictions from 1 December. Shaun...
ADVOCACY/ MEDIA / ILLUMINATE FESTIVALILLUMINATE FESTIVALSouth Australia’s peak tourism body welcomes today’s announcement of a new winter festival in Adelaide next year. Premier Steven Marshall first spoke of the benefits of introducing a winter festival at the...