Randells Mill b&b and their retro kombi van are set to get a revamp as part of a tourism grant!
In hopes to boost that states economy, Tourism SA launched a program to help support local business during the torturous season of on-again-off-again pandemic lockdowns. With a large $20 million now in great hands of small South Aussie business owners, a total of 71 small projects are now valued at $41 million in profits alone.
The SA Tourism Commission has announced that they’ll be extending the funding of $2.7 million into 18 small-scale businesses, helping local companies reach their goals into the new year and beyond.
With a grant of over $41,000, Randells Mill owners are thrilled to announce the refurbishment of the stone cottage used for guest accommodation and their retro kombi van used for local tours Gumeracha.
This project in the leafy Adelaide Hills suburb is valued at $139,621 in profits.
Randells Mill is known around the grounds for its quaint yet rustic cottage frontage, Tuscan-styled outdoor setting and romantic spa bath for two. It’s fair to say this cottage is fitted with all the bits and bobs for a couples getaway to remember.
Premier Steven Marshall said the latest grants are designed to support South Aussie accommodation, travel and adventures, all while sustaining local jobs.
“This fund is spurring investment in our state’s regional tourism industry, supporting operators to attract more visitors at a higher return, while creating more jobs for South Australians in the process,” Premier Marshall said to Tourism SA.
Visit Randells Mill at: 37 Victoria St, Gumeracha.