If you are a current or future owner of a heritage property, participate in this one-day workshop to plan your restoration.
Port residents have watched a brand-new neighbourhood start to emerge on the waterfront at Dock One over the past year. Now, the first residents have started to move into their new homes, including Richard and Kelli, who have joined the community from Canberra.
This year, the Port will be transformed into a festive playground, kicking off with a bold Fringe season. While not all events from last year’s packed calendar are returning, we will be welcoming many favourites back and heralding the arrival of new and wonderful experiences for the whole family.
If you’ve wandered down St Vincent Street lately, you might have noticed new townhouses and heritage street lamps popping up at Dock One, with stage one groundworks of this new architecturally-designed neighbourhood now complete.
This year’s St Jerome's Laneway Festival in the Port was a sell-out, bringing die-hard concert-goers together for an all-day party of trailblazing music from local and international performers.
A rediscovered piece of South Australia’s automotive heritage has been saved for future generations with the excavation of an art deco mosaic located on the former site of the General Motors Holden factory at Port Adelaide.
The world’s oldest clipper ship, the City of Adelaide, has taken its final sea voyage from its home of almost six years at Dock One in Port Adelaide to its new permanent home at Dock Two.
The first steps are being taken to redevelop Dock Two as a new Maritime Heritage Precinct with the removal of asbestos from Sheds 13 and 14.
Dock Two will become home to South Australia’s historic maritime vessels including the City of Adelaide and the Nelcebee in one central, accessible place.
Construction has begun on stage one of the new residential community envisaged for Dock One at the Port.