Want a little more? South Australia has exactly what you need

From rugged mountain ranges to ancient sinkholes, the South Australian Tourism Commission has revealed its new marketing campaign aimed at wanderlust-fuelled Aussies.

From rugged mountain ranges to ancient sinkholes, the South Australian Tourism Commission has revealed its new marketing campaign aimed at wanderlust-fuelled Aussies.

The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has launched a new campaign showcasing the incredible natural locations from around the state For Those Who Want a Little More.

The campaign highlights the richly diverse and awe-inspiring locations across South Australia that have seen a surge in interest from domestic travellers in the past 12 months.

From the heights of Wilpena Pound to the expansiveness of Sellicks Beach, Aussies have found a renewed love for domestic tourism (albeit a little forced), and are looking for new and undiscovered experiences as they continue to holiday at home.

Want a little more?

With off-the-grid destinations and distinctive experiences in SA showing significant year-on-year increases, it’s crystal clear that Aussie travellers are searching for ‘a little more’.

South Australian Tourism Commission Chief Executive Rodney Harrex welcomed the surge in interest from Australians to explore more of South Australia.

“From pink lakes to underground wonderlands, South Australia has so many incredible and curious destinations that reward wonder and are attracting visitors from across the country, as they look for overseas holiday alternatives,” he said.

“For those who want a little more is an invitation to all Australians who are seeking something more than the typical holiday destination. The campaign has been developed to show potential travelers across the nation what makes South Australia so unique, and what they can discover if they want to create an unforgettable experience while holidaying at home.”

The strong growth in visitors demonstrates that Australian domestic travellers are actively seeking out experiences that offer ‘a little more’, with tourism operators heralding the spike in interest as they recover following a year of drought, bushfires and pandemic.