CONFIDENCE among Riverland tourism operators is on the rise following the opening of South Australian state borders last week.
THE Riverland is now welcoming visitors from New South Wales back down the Sturt Highway after South Australian Police reopened the road to some interstate traffic last week.
THE outgoing general manager of the Riverland’s peak tourism body has said she is “very excited” to see the future growth of Riverland tourism after nearly five years in the role.
A LOCAL tourism leader has urged visitors to “come and see the Riverland”, as the region’s tourism industry plots its course for the next decade.
IN a sea of cancelled events, one determined committee is still on a mission to put on their event this year.
RIVERLAND tourism businesses have experienced another boost, with many operators reporting they were “really busy” during the July school holidays.
THE Riverland’s peak tourism body recently unveiled its new general manager, with the new boss set to take over the reins next week.
THE Riverland tourism industry has been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, but there are hopes there will be significant demand to visit the region once restrictions lift.