Studio and gallery Fontanelle is moving from its home in Bowden to Port Adelaide, and the long awaited Drummerboy Café opened up this month.
Port Adelaide will once again become a giant, interactive canvas with the announcement that the hugely popular Wonderwalls street art festival will return next year.
There’s been plenty of new additions to the Port lately, namely Fontanelle, Low & Slow American BBQ, Bamyan Hotel and Drummer Boy Café.
A key streetscape in the heart of Port Adelaide is set to undergo a major revitalisation as part of a joint upgrade by the State Government and the Port Adelaide Enfield Council.
Darren Wanganeen, who participated in the Port Adelaide Railway Station Live Training Site with Carey Training, was named Indigenous Trainee of the Year by the Civil Contractors Federation of South Australia at Adelaide Oval last Friday.
The Low & Slow food truck has decided to put in some roots in the Port and the response has been incredible.
We have now installed new signs to welcome people to Port Adelaide and to help them identify platform directions
Commercial Road has just had a facelift with the installation of new landscaping to provide an uplifting entrance to Port Adelaide.
The Port Adelaide train station underwent a rejuvenating 'place lift' in March and April thanks to Renewal SA's Works Program and training provider Carey Training.
Local icon the Port Admiral Hotel has recently sold and will be renovated to create three ground-floor business opportunities and restore its personality.