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NBT SUPPLIER SNAPSHOTS

A directory of innovative nature-based tourism (NBT) supplier snapshots to help NBT investors establish like-minded relationships and opportunities for collaboration. This forms part of TiCSA’s Capability Program, which may be particularly relevant to businesses interested in applying for the NBT Co-Investment Fund. This program is being funded by the Department for Environment and Water.

Do you offer innovative tourism infrastructure and services that support standout experiences? There is still time to submit a five-minute pitch of your business. Your video will be posted on this webpage as a resource for applicants to view over the next two years. To learn more or express your interest, email info@ticsa.com.au or phone (08) 8110 0123.

SNAPSHOT 1 – CUMULUS STUDIO

NBT Supplier Snapshots - Cumulus Studio

Contact: Jet O’Rourke (South Australia)

Email: info@cumulus-studio.net

Website: https://cumulus.studio/ 

SNAPSHOT 2 – ECO STRUCTURES

NBT Supplier Snapshots - Eco Structures 2

Contact: Hamilton Heading (South Australia)

Email: sa@ecostructures.com.au

Website: www.ecostructures.com.au

SNAPSHOT 3 – H-ONE

NBT Supplier Snapshots - H-ONE

Contact: Tony Barradale

Email: tony@h-one.com.au

Phone: 0409 975 096

Website: www.h-one.com.au

SNAPSHOT 4 – SPECIALISED SOLUTIONS

NBT Supplier Snapshots - Specialised Solutions 2

Contact: Bronte Modra

Email: bronte@specsolutions.com.au

Phone: (08) 8354 2211

Website: www.specsolutions.com.au

SNAPSHOT 5 – CLEAR VISION CONSULTING

NBT Supplier Snapshots - H-ONE

Contact: Susan Lee

Email: suemelee@gmail.com

Phone: 0466 090 600

Website: www.cvconsult.com.au 

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PARKS 2025

The $5 million NBT Co-Investment Fund is part of DEW’s $22 million Parks 2025 strategy and will provide the stimulus and support which businesses need to activate or build on existing ecologically sensitive tourism offerings in the state’s national parks, reserves, botanic gardens and Crown land.

Photo credit: Innamincka River Cruise, South Australian Tourism Commission