The spotlight is certainly on South Australia in 2015 with Destination South Australia (Destination SA), the ultimate showcase for the Australian state that seems to be on everyone’s lips right now.
Seven of South Australia’s magnificent tourism experiences have been inducted into the State’s Tourism Hall of Fame at the 2014 South Australian Tourism Awards, winning their category three years in a row.
This week, Brian and Lynn Schirripa opened their newly refurbished Hahndorf Resort Convention Centre.
This November, Out In The Paddock will launch its first outdoor dining experience in the Fleurieu Peninsula, an event concept designed to showcase the very best of South Australia's produce, culinary talent and picturesque settings.
A new walking tour takes food lovers on an epicurean discovery of the city’s culinary nooks and crannies.
One of the most prestigious accolades at the 2014 South Australian Tourism Awards is the Outstanding Contribution by an Individual award.
HWR Media & Communications is delighted to announce the launch of their brand new travel publication, Due South Australia – the ultimate SA traveller’s insight magazine to South Australia.
Australian snow resort, Thredbo, has recorded its first snowfall of the year and predictions are that more is on the way this weekend.
While some cities go into hibernation over Winter, Sydney continues to sparkle as a great short breaks destination, with a range of new experiences, attractions and Sydney-only events in store.
South Australia will return to New Zealand television screens for the first time in three years, in a new marketing campaign by The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) encouraging New Zealanders to visit South Australia.
Fleurieu Peninsula's Surf & Sun has won the South Australian Tourism Award for "Best Adventure Tourism" business On the industries night of nights.
While delighted tourists from the outback to the coast will be enjoying all the amazing tourism experiences our State has to offer, 24 leading South Australian tourism businesses will represent the State in Hobart on Friday the 15th of February for the chance to be named Australia’s best at the 2012 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards
The Cellar Door Wine Festival, established and run by the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC), to showcase the best South Australian wines and local produce to visitors, has been recognised with two national awards for excellence by the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA).
More than 550 people attended the black tie event at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday 23 November, where 29 awards were presented to businesses and individuals judged to be the most outstanding in their category.
Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre has again been given the nod as one of the State’s best tourism attractions, winning the Best Tourism Restaurants & Catering Services category at the South Australian Tourism Awards on November 23rd.
If you're heading over to Melbourne for the Melbourne Cup Carnival, we've got some great ideas about where to go & what to do while you're there!
The award winning National Wine Centre of Australia has unveiled a fresh schedule of tours and tastings that incorporate several new features including chocolate and wine tastings and visitation to the mini vineyard being planted alongside the new wetland area adjacent the centre.
Hahndorf has undergone an exciting transformation from 'tourist town' to one of the State's freshest destinations for Adelaideans, spearheaded by a young and dynamic group of entrepreneurs converting kitsch souvenir stores into cool, must-see destinations.
High quality South Australian food tourism experiences will now be recognised as part of the 2012 South Australian Tourism Awards with the introduction of a new category – Excellence in South Australian Food Tourism.
For the third year running, the Adelaide Convention Centre has claimed the winning title in the Meetings and Tourism category of the South Australia Tourism Industry Awards, revealed last week at the 2010 gala dinner.