Since the start of the year, the streets have been buzzing with activity with hundreds enjoying the magic we have to offer here in Port Adelaide. Wow! But it’s not over yet. There's plenty more coming even leaving the crazy season.
Applications are sought from motivated, committed women living in Adelaide’s northern and western suburbs, who are interested in working in the steel manufacturing industry in this groundbreaking new program.
Come and say 'hello' to some of Port's neighbours: Drummer Boy Cafe, Fontanelle Gallery and Korked.
Commercial Road received a $400,000 upgrade through a joint upgrade by the State Government and the Port Adelaide Enfield Council.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people persons living in Adelaide’s north-western suburbs are encouraged to apply to gain training, work experience and employment opportunities in the construction industry.
Work has begun on a new office building in Port Adelaide which will house more than 500 public servants, helping to revitalise the Port, grow its daytime economy and support construction jobs.
A temporary public car park has been installed at Hart’s Mill to provide parking relief during the construction of the Government administration building.
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 was no shortage of things to do in Port Adelaide in the past two months. Here's a quick event wrap-up.