The Union Cycliste Internationale, the governing body for world cycling, announced overnight the Santos Women’s Tour application for a higher race classification has been granted.
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The world’s largest continually held motoring event for classic, veteran and vintage vehicles, the Bay to Birdwood, will hit top gear this weekend.
As Adelaide prepares for this weekend’s preliminary AFL final, towns along the highways from Victoria to South Australia are being urged to roll out the welcome mat for Geelong fans.
Cycling fans will have even more opportunities to become involved with the Santos Tour Down Under, with two regional rides added to the program for the event’s 20th year.
The arrival of spring will bring a vibrant and diverse calendar of major events to South Australia, expected to generate millions of dollars for the State.
More than 50 South Australian wineries will share in $1.225 million in funding, to help them upgrade and diversify their cellar doors to provide visitors with a world class experience.
South Australia will lead the way in helping Chinese visitors to Australia navigate their way through our hotels, shops, cellar doors and businesses, with the unveiling of a world first app.
New statistics released today show Chinese travellers remain the biggest spenders in South Australia, with expenditure up 74 per cent to an all-time-high of $352 million a year.
Mountain bike riders are rolling into Melrose to test their skills and endurance on the trails of the Southern Flinders Ranges.
$6.1 million in funding has been announced under two State Government Recreation and Sport grants programs, which will benefit approximately 280 sporting clubs and projects across South Australia.
Top international golfers will return to Adelaide next February as the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open continues its stellar run in South Australia.
The South Australian Government has announced $404,000 in regional events funding which will benefit dozens of events and community festivals during the next 12 months.