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.
Renewal SA is leading the revitalisation of one of the state’s most unique and historic areas with the approval of new planning policies for Port Adelaide.
The next round of community and economic development initiatives are set to commence in Port Adelaide with a continued focus on infrastructure works and innovative partnerships and events that are unique to the Port.
The first residential development opportunity within Port Adelaide's historic waterfront precinct will be released to developers and builders by Renewal SA.
A round up of news from Our Port including updates on restoration works and other construction and upcoming events.
The state government has today unveiled a detailed blueprint to guide the revival of Port Adelaide over the next 20 years with more people, new homes and more jobs.
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.
South Australia’s oldest working port is being celebrated in a new publication Embracing the History, which chronicles the rich maritime history of Port Adelaide and Inner Harbour.