South Australian Tourism Commission

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The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is commission set up by the Government of South Australia to promote Tourism in South Australia.

The legislation to establish the SATC was introduced and passed in 1993 by the Hon Mike Rann, Minister for Tourism.[1]

SATC Divisions[edit]

  • Corporate Services
  • Events South Australia
  • Executive Services
  • Trade and International Marketing
  • International Marketing
  • National Trade Marketing
  • Trade Events and Projects
  • South Australian Visitor & Travel Centre
  • Marketing Division
  • Marketing Communications
  • Regional Marketing
  • E-Marketing and Communications
  • National Tourism Accreditation Program
  • Human Resources
  • Tourism Development Group
  • Tourism Infrastructure
  • Tourism Policy & Planning Group

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Horizon SA Forum Series, University of South Australia, 19 September 2011

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