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    It all looks good on the tourism front.

     

    We have our festival season approaching too which will bring in plenty of visitors.

     

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    [TD=class: cdTextContent] Hi

     

    Happy New Year from the South Australian Tourism Commission and here is the first edition of Tourism News for 2016. It is an exciting time in South Australia for sport lovers at the moment with the Santos Tour Down Under just around the corner and the Adelaide Oval set to host a FIFA World Cup Qualifier. Your feedback is always welcome, please send us an email at Industrymail@toursim.sa.com.[/TD]

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    [TD=class: cdTextOnLeftRightContainer cdTextContent] TDU Family Fun and Participation

    South Australia’s roads and regions are gearing up for the Santos Tour Down Under and in 2016 there is an even greater focus on family fun and participation. For the first time parents and children of any age can ride together in the Bupa Family Ride on Sunday 17 January. It will take place on the People’s Choice Classic circuit around Rymill Park from 1pm. The Bupa Mini Tour for Kids returns this year, but it’s not only about the action on track. There are street parties every night of the event and the Santos Festival of Cycling includes the Team Presentation and concert with ARIA award winner Jessica Mauboy on Saturday 16 January, the Subaru Tour Parade before each stage and Family Day on Sunday 24 January. Family Day at Elder Park incorporates activities, workshops, food trucks and more between 8am and 3pm. For more information visit www.tourdownunder.com.au.[/TD]

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    [TD=class: cdTextOnLeftRightContainer cdTextContent] 50 Days to go until Clipsal 500 takes to the streets of Adelaide

    There are just 50 days to go until four days of high octane racing come to Adelaide. With eight race categories including V8 Supercars, Dunlop Series, Porsche Carrera Cup, V8 Utes, Australian GT, Stadium Super Trucks, Touring Car Masters and Aussie Racing Cars, the four day event is jam packed. Get down to the track during the day to catch all the action and head to the concerts at night to celebrate the event. With Peking Duk, IceHouse and Rob Thomas headlining and a number of other acts performing, the concerts are the best way to end a day at the track. To secure your tickets head to www.clipsal500.com.au.

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    [TD=class: cdTextOnLeftRightContainer cdTextContent] Summer of Sport in South Australia

    Major events and world-class competition is expected to inject more than $120 million into the state’s visitor economy over the next three months. With more than 10 sports on show throughout the state there will be a huge boost for taxis, restaurants, tourism operators and other small businesses as well as an additional 100,000 bed nights. For more information please visit www.tourism.sa.gov.au and see below for a full list of what’s on over the next three months in South Australia.

    • Australian Deaf Games - January 9-16
    • World Tennis Challenge - January 12-14
    • Santos Tour Down Under - January 16-24
    • Australia v India KFC T20 INTL - January 26
    • ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Golf Open - February 18-21
    • Clipsal 500 Adelaide - March 3-6
    • Adelaide Cup - March 14
    • Club Crew World Championships dragonboating - March 24-April 7
    • Australian Age Championships (swimming), March 24 - April 4
    • 2018 World Cup Qualifier - March 24

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    [TD=class: cdTextOnLeftRightContainer cdTextContent] Record number of interstate visitors travelling to SA

    Interstate visitors travelling to South Australia are at an all-time high with 2.1 million visits, up 15.9 per cent in the 12 months to September 2015. South Australia attracted 5.7 million domestic overnight visitors which is an increase of 7.7 per cent and above the national growth rate of 7 per cent. Growth can also be seen in key interstate markets with New South Wales and Victoria up 22 per cent and 18 per cent respectively. For more information please visit www.tourism.sa.gov.au.[/TD]

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    [TD=class: cdTextOnLeftRightContainer cdTextContent] Adelaide Oval to host 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier

    On March 24 2016, Adelaide will play host to the Socceroos as they take on Tajikistan at the Adelaide Oval in a crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying game. The game will be broadcast to a huge national audience on Fox Sports and SBS and to football fans in Asia. Over 11,000 tickets were sold in the first 48 hours of sales for the much anticipated game. To secure your tickets and for more information visit http://www.socceroos.com.au/tickets.

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    The opening of the Tour Down Under village is this Saturday. The village is open at 3pm and the womens team presentation at 5:30pm and the men's at 6:15pm followed by Jessica Mauboy performing after (last year Sheppard played for about 45-50 mins and it was a belter so hoping she does a good job this year).

     

    Weather isn't looking too hot for the day so if interested to see what its all about pop along. Tram stops right outside the venue so could always park a bit further out if you wanted and tram it the rest of the way in. If you get there soon after it opens you stand a good chance of getting the TDU freebies they give out to everyone who wants them. After about 4pm most of the backpacks and stuff are gone but other freebies are still to be found. We have some cool bits and pieces from the last few years.

     

    Keep in mind food and drink bought inside the tour village can be pricey. We have always tended to take our own picnic and drinks and just get something extra if we need it.

     

    http://tourdownunder.com.au/en/whats-on/whats-on/events-calendar/2016/jan/16/team-presentations-and-free-concert

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