South Australia is globally connected and provides superior business stability and continuity afforded by the state’s higher employee retention rates, payroll tax advantages and land tax opportunities. This contributes to a reputation for a robust and resilient economy.
Adelaide has developed an arts and entertainment identity drawing visitors from all over the world with year-round experiences at arts and music festivals and events, international sporting events, great restaurants, hotels, and boutique laneway bars.
Adelaide differs from other major interstate city centres with a smaller CBD and greater access to surrounding suburbs and regions. Efficient road and public transport networks mean a short trip to the city, hills, beaches or international airport, with direct and easy travel to popular regional areas.
Regional tourism is booming with South Australia’s unique and diverse natural assets and experiences, amazing fresh food, and 18 distinctive, internationally recognised wine regions set on stunning landscapes.
Leading the way with experiential travel, South Australia lends itself to unique, funky, off-grid cabins or eco-pods or luxury accommodation in the most astonishing locations – along pristine beaches, in dense forests, amongst vineyards, above hidden coves, majestic gorges, and on top of rolling hills.