Grants/funding

 

Regional Events and Festivals Program/Community Events Development Fund is now available! Closes March 24, 2017.

 

Regional Events and Festivals Program

Financial support towards marketing and PR (only) for events which promote South Australia and its regions as tourism destinations.

Regional events are significant to their location and its community, provide good economic returns and are able to boost the profile of the region.

These events attract domestic and/or intrastate visitors, must generate local media and have the ability to receive state and national media coverage.

Applicants are encouraged to consider applying for multiple year agreements (up to 3 years), and should identify the projected growth over this period throughout their application.

Community Events Development Fund

This fund supports new, smaller or community-based events seeking to increase their tourism relevance, or undertake a specific project to achieve this.

Events may apply for up to $5,000 p.a. to attract new audiences and support the event’s development in a way that promotes South Australia and its regions as tourism destinations.

Community events are primarily driven and sustained by the respective local community, providing strong social outcomes, but less of an economic benefit to the region.

These events may have the ability to grow into regional events.

 

NOTE: The 2017/18 program will support events held after 1 September 2017. If you are working with an event held between Sep-Nov 2017 which will need significant in-kind support through advice, etc. – I would encourage them to consider applying for the 2018 event if feasible as this will allow more time for the SATC to provide advice and leverage the opportunity with the organisers.

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Resources

There are a number of resources available to help tourism businesses grow and expand their operation. 

Here are a few suggestions on areas that might help your business. 

 

ATDW - Free Registeration of your tourism product

ATDW Info Sheet

Social Media Hints & Tips

Industry Resources and Tools

Trade and Partnership Marketing

Tourism Export Tool Kit


understanding china

It is essential we understand the current Chinese visitor, as well as the likely changes in travel patterns that are to occur over the next five years and look at ways to prepare and deliver the expectations of the market. The South Australian Tourism Commission, in partnership with Fastrak Asian Solutions, has produced a report and developed a series of accompanying service delivery guidelines and fact sheets to assist our industry partners in preparing South Australia to meet the expectations and grow visitation from one of the fastest growing markets - China.

Understanding China

 


Reports

The South Australian Tourism Commission produce a number of reports to help businesses with their planning and decision making.

SA Tourism Reports  include the latest fact-sheets and snapshots of tourism in South Australia, including:

  • international visitation (IVS) 
  • domestic visitation (NVS)
  • regional visitation
  • accommodation snapshot
  • economic impact

Regional Tourism Reports

Specialised Reports

International Market Profiles


FPT Logo     

If you would like to use the Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism logo on your marketing material, please complete and submit this form.  

Fleurieu Peninsula Logo


 

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Contact us for information & bookings

Five Visitor Information Centres are spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Each has a dedicated team of locals and resources to support you during your stay.

For assistance in booking your trip, planning details for your visit, or to see what is happening in the region during your stay, the Visitor Information Centres are there to service you, the customer.

 

General Enquiries

Email: info@fleurieupeninsula.com.au
Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism Regional Office
6 George Main Road, Victor Harbor SA 5211 (appointments only)

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