As tourists begin to return to South Australia, the SA Tourism Travel Trekking Transport Traffic & Traversing Taskforce (SATTTTTTT) has unveiled a plan to ensure interstate and overseas guests can get back to doing what they love in South Australia.
‘We’ve had a slight increase in interstate arrivals of late, but now we want to get overseas visitors back’, said SATTTTTTT co-deputy-vice marketing officer Trav Allure ‘We want to showcase all the things tourists love about SA’.
‘Whether it be touring the Barossa, attending our festivals, and of course, driving a car on the O-Bahn tracks’.
Statistics show that private vehicle O-Bahn patronage has dramatically dropped over the past two years, which has decimated the north-eastern suburban crane industry and also, thankfully, Adelaide Mail content.
‘Tourists love nothing more than renting a car from the airport, neglecting to take out the extra insurance coverage, driving around at their own leisure, and having a couple of cheeky wine tastings at Penfolds before inevitably ignoring all traffic signs and ending up stuck on the O-Bahn tracks’.
‘It’s a long held tradition and actually the fourth highest rated Adelaide tourist experience on Tripadvisor…I mean it is fourth out of six, but still, way ahead of shopping at Rundle Mall’.
Trav Allure continued ‘It has been nice a few locals have privately patronised the O-Bahn of late, just to keep business flowing. But it’s time to get tourists back where they belong, in the Hertz rental office explaining why the Hyundai i30 oil sump is missing’.