In line with the Government of South Australia’s Our Port policy to renew the vibrancy of the precinct and boost economic benefits for local business, a new office building will be constructed at Port Adelaide to accommodate public servants, pending approval by the Development Assessment Commission.
We’re now thrilled to announce that Wharf 10 (the McLaren Parade project) is now officially on the market.
After many months of hard work, the new dolphin cruise ticket booths are now ready.
Interest from investors in Port Adelaide continues to grow, and this is a positive sign for the area's future.
The State Government has appointed Systembuilt as the successful developer for 6–10 McLaren Parade, the first residential development opportunity in Port Adelaide as part of the Port Adelaide Renewal Project.
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.