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.
Tourism Industry Recovery Agenda
The Tourism Industry Recovery Agenda was created after extensive consultation with our members, the broader industry, and stakeholders, to identify how we can strategically restart and regrow tourism in SA. With the 2022 election fast approaching, now is the time for us to push for ongoing support to recover and restart the industry and become successful again.
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
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.
GET COVID CLEAN
COVID Clean is designed to provide tourism businesses with the information and systems to develop COVID-19 cleaning procedures and provide assurance to visitors that these steps are being taken.
It is FREE for all Quality Tourism Accredited members.
COVID Clean is now being recognised through the World Tourism & Travel Councils Safe Travels stamp. This stamp is global recognition of enhanced health and safety measures, in line with the WTTC Global Safe Travels protocols.
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.