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.
International street artists Sainer and Bezt of Etam Cru (Poland), Askew One and Elliot Francis Stewart (NZ) will headline a stellar line-up of local, national and international artists who will transform Port Adelaide into a giant, interactive canvas as part of the Wonderwalls festival in January.
The streets of Port Adelaide are set to become a giant, interactive canvas when the hugely popular Wonderwalls Festival comes to Adelaide for the first time in January 2015.
A new study is being undertaken to better understand the population size and behaviours of the Upper Port River dolphins.
A round up of news from Our Port including updates on restoration works and other construction and upcoming events.
Fertiliser plant Incitec Pivot will move its operations out of Port Adelaide to a new South Australian facility, under a state government policy aimed at reviving Port Adelaide with more people, new homes and more jobs in the area.
Weekend boating enthusiasts rejoice as overnight access to Dock One Marina will soon become a reality as the restoration of the Dock One pontoons start this week, another key step towards revitalising the Port.