Private investors are looking for business opportunities in the national parks of South Australia

Monday, May 28, 2018


national parks of South AustraliaThe national parks in South Australia for the first time will be opened for businesses and entrepreneurs to set up new nature-based tourism ventures that will attract important interstate and overseas visitors.

The State Government has recognized over eighteen exclusive sites and is looking for proposals in terms of business opportunities like eco-sensitive accommodation followed by adventure tours, cafés, cellar doors or guided walks.

Recommended opportunities comprise:

– Introduce a nature-themed café at Morialta Conservation Park, adjacent to the popular new playground

– Manage remote island adventure on Neptune Islands Conservation Park off the coast of Eyre Peninsula

– Lead mountain bike tours at Mount Lofty Parks

In Belair National Park, build up Old Government House into a distinct accommodation as well as event venue.

Display the first lighthouse of South Australia by providing accommodation and tourism experiences at Cape Willoughby Conservation Park in Kangaroo Island.

Launch and control a unique tourism experience at Fort Glanville or at the Old Adelaide Gaol.

Revitalise Cantara Homestead in Coorong National Park into a B&B or a tour venue. Set up a business in Mount Lofty Botanic Garden.

The tourism industry of South Australia is worth a record $6.3 billion and is expected to reach $8 billion by 2020.

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