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South Australia’s management of the COVID-19 pandemic and its relative safety compared with some of Australia’s other states has made it a tourist magnet, with SA primed to snag its fair share of the $65 billion Australians would typically spend on overseas travel.

South Australian Tourism Commission chief executive Rodney Harrex says SA’s tourist regions have seen a huge spike in visits and inquiry since COVID-19 shutdowns, with people from around the country desperate to see the very best the state has to offer.

Read more about the sector’s recovery in Future Adelaide.