Wonderwalls 2017 was a free street art celebration, bringing artists to paint in large scale in the Port after an incredibly successful festival in 2017.
Port Adelaide locals are invited to a Community Open Day on 11 September 2016 to gain a greater understanding and ask any questions on the progress of the Port Adelaide waterfront redevelopment.
The transformation of Port Adelaide into a thriving residential, commercial and tourist destination is set to continue with more than $280 million of new private developments.
A coordinated Historic Ships and Boats Strategy will be prepared for the Port Adelaide precinct to coordinate and plan for visitors and tourists to come to Port to experience its unique maritime heritage.
The Port Adelaide Community Garden Live Training Site Program offers training opportunities in civil construction for those living in Port Adelaide and the wider north-western suburbs.
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.
The State Government is seeking proposals for the redevelopment of 40 hectares of prime land across Port Adelaide, including 4.2 kilometres of waterfront promenade.
Wonderwalls was a free three-day street art festival at Port Adelaide that ran on 23–25 January 2015 with live mural painting, artist talks, walking tours, professional photography tours, a laneway street party and entertainment.
Our Port was transformed into a giant outdoor gallery as part of Wonderwalls Festival 2015 by 22 local, national and global artists, including street artists Sainer and Bezt of Etam Cru (Poland), Askew One and Elliot Francis Stewart (NZ) to produce astounding pieces of street art.
It would be hard not to have noticed the bright and colourful murals of ‘Wonderwalls’ — a three-day street art festival, held 23–25 January, featuring over 20 local, national and international artists.