South Australia has hit its 2020 target for Chinese visitors three years early.

International motorbike racing is being added to South Australia’s action packed events calendar with the only Australian round of the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship to be staged at The Bend Motorsport Park.

Touch-screen public computers are now available in the Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) offices at Kingscote, Mt Gambier and Port Lincoln, providing a welcome boost to regional customer services.

McLaren Vale, Kangaroo Island and South Australia's premium food and wine are about to be showcased throughout China in our biggest ever campaign into our fastest-growing market.

Cruise ships passengers will receive a warmer welcome into Adelaide following the completion of a major upgrade to the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal.

Thousands of cricket fans from interstate and overseas have descended on South Australia to see one of the sport’s most celebrated rivalries played in a different format for the first time.

Three new bushland trails will provide the opportunity to view rare plants and wildflowers just minutes from Mount Gambier, as part of ForestrySA’s latest forest-tourism initiative.

$500,000 from the State Government’s Regional Development Fund will help Adelaide Hills fruit growers recover from recent hail damage by providing specialised fruit juicing equipment.

In an Australian first, new arrangements have been put in place which will see a delegated co-management regime implemented for the Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery.

South Australia’s seafood season has kicked off this week with a celebration of our $900 million fishing and aquaculture sectors.

The world’s best female cyclists will race through 32 South Australian towns in January, as part of the 2018 Santos Women’s Tour Down Under.

The State Government will seek to recover costs from a former abalone lease and licence holder who abandoned an abalone aquaculture operation on the Far West Coast, leaving debris scattered along the local coastline.