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In January 2006, the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) launched a new State consumer brand – South Australia. A brilliant blend. replacing the successful Discover the Secrets of South Australia campaign. The brand was developed following research indicating the preference for South Australia as a travel destination had decreased, and that the State’s marketing and promotion was viewed as fragmented and unfocused. South Australia. A brilliant blend. was developed to be more than a tourism brand. It offered a brand for the entire State, which would serve to promote all that South Australia has to offer, in all areas.

The new brand identity for South Australia had to represent all sectors, from tourism to migration, education to investment. A lot to ask of one mark. The brand strategy centred around what South Australia is known for—wine—and then expanded to include the state’s diversity. SA is food and wine, and an emerging defence industry. It hosts international arts festivals and V8 supercars. It respects tradition but supports a vibrant entrepreneurial spirit. This blending of contrast fed the solution. We are all stars in South Australia.


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The Commonwealth of Australia is a federal constitutional monarchy under a parliamentary democracy. The Commonwealth of Australia was formed in 1901 as a result of an agreement among six self-governing British colonies, which became the six states. The terms of this agreement are embodied in the Australian Constitution, which was drawn up at a Constitutional Convention and ratified by the people of the colonies at referenda. The structure of the Australian Government may be examined in light of two distinct concepts, namely federalism and the separation of powers into legislative, executive and judiciary branches of government. Separation of powers is implied from the structure of the Constitution which breaks down the branches of government into separate chapters.