We are pleased to announce that we received an excellent response to the open invitation for expressions of interest to plan and redevelop six key precincts in Port Adelaide.
We’re now thrilled to announce that Wharf 10 (the McLaren Parade project) is now officially on the market.
The Low & Slow food truck has decided to put in some roots in the Port and the response has been incredible.
After many months of hard work, the new dolphin cruise ticket booths are now ready.
We have now installed new signs to welcome people to Port Adelaide and to help them identify platform directions
Ship Shape this year sees activities that the whole family can enjoy, whilst being active outdoors in the fabulous Port Adelaide community.
The Indigenous Aged Care Pre-employment Program will provide opportunities for participants in Health Care and Social Assistance, SA's largest employment sector.
The revitalisation of Hart’s Mill Surrounds has received another major accolade this year, taking out the Planning Institute of Australia’s Australia Award for Urban Design in the Small Scale category.
The hugely successful St Jerome’s Laneway Festival returns to Hart’s Mill on Friday, 5 February 2016.
Port Adelaide will be hosting two one-night-only events as part of this year's Adelaide Film Festival — 9:16 vertical cinema and a special screening of Bad Boy Bubby.