SA Tourism Commission unveils video series
The SATC has launched a new video series titled Tourism Champions, featuring tourism operators and businesses around South Australia who are building the profile of tourism in the state.
A series of case studies are available to watch on the SATC website, the most recent features Rawnsley Park Station in the Flinders Ranges.
Overlooking the southern side of Wilpena Pound, Rawnsley Park Station provides the perfect base for exploring South Australia's beautiful Flinders Ranges. Originally a working sheep station, Rawnsley Park was turned into a tourism venture in 1968. Owners Tony and Julie Smith took over the family business in 1985. Since then Rawnsley Park has grown offering 25 units, 8 villas, one homestead and a caravan park with 60 powered sites, employing 22 staff.
Watch the video below and read the case study to find out more about this Tourism Champion.
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