12 regional South Australian tourism businesses are set to receive some hefty grants, as they continue to enjoy record-breaking occupancy rates.
The latest round of the Marshall Government’s Tourism Industry Development Fund grants includes multiple luxury accommodation builds across the Clare Valley, one of the state’s world-class wine regions.
It brings the total number of projects funded under the program to 42, with a combined value of 25 million.
Jim Barry Wines will be receiving a 220,000-dollar grant for The Mill Street Retreat which will feature four luxury accommodation apartments.
The Pink Lake Tiny House in Lochiel will gain 91 thousand dollars to help build two more tiny house neighbours as well as two bell tents and shared guest facilities.
And Bukirk will receive a massive 141 thousand for the establishment of their own tiny house, outdoor pool, and welcome centre.
The latest Tourism Research Australia data found that January 2021 was the biggest month since the pandemic began.