The Nature-based Tourism Co-investment Fund is a pilot grant program designed to assist eligible businesses and organisations to partner with the South Australian Government to deliver sustainable, quality tourism experiences in South Australia.

The $5 million Nature-Based Tourism Co-investment Fund is part of the $130 million Parks 2025 strategy and will provide the stimulus and support that businesses need to activate or build on existing ecologically sensitive tourism offerings in the state’s national parks, reserves, botanic gardens, and Crown land.

Applicants can seek grants from $20,000 to $1 million and are expected to contribute at least half of the total financial costs of their project.

Interested parties are asked to submit their fund applications for Cleland Wildlife Park by 5pm Monday 1 March 2021 and for Myponga Reservoir Reserve by 5pm Wednesday 31 March 2021.

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The fund is now open and will be available until June 2022 (or until the fund is exhausted).