The main wine regions in South Australia expect an influx of visitors to bolster sales over the coming months after the NSW border reopens, according to a report by The Australian Financial Review.
SA reopened its border with NSW from midnight on September 23, scrapping a requirement for travellers to quarantine for 14 days.
SA still has a hard border in place with Victoria, but late on Wednesday it emerged SA Health had mistakenly granted exemptions to 11 Victorian-based family members of Port Adelaide AFL players to come to a qualifying final at Adelaide Oval next week.
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