City Makers

City Makers is a grant program to support the entrepreneurial and creative communities of Adelaide and the part they play in the making of our vibrant city.

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About City Makers

City Makers was established to help with the costs of new ventures, placemaking and street activation projects.

Small venues and place making are important in creating safe, vibrant public spaces which strengthen connections between communities and the places they share by adding to the amenity, activity and appearance of places.

City Makers grants allow successful applicants to deliver quality programs, projects, events and small venues that contribute to making Adelaide a vibrant city.

City Makers grants support
entrepreneurs and artists
with place related projects.


City Makers grants are offered to support the delivery of small scale projects.

City Makers offers grants of up to $10,000 to help with building compliance issues such as:
► accessibility issues
► fire safety issues
► noise attenuation requirements including acoustic reports
► heritage considerations.

Grants of up to $7,500 are also provided for innovative and imaginative place making projects that encourage community use and interaction in a positive way, including:
► street furniture or fittings
► public and street art
► innovative activation concepts such as events.


Eligible applicants

► entrepreneurs
► sole traders
► registered businesses
► artists in entertainment and performance spaces and studios
► community groups
► partnerships.

Previous City Makers grant recipients

Round 1 grant recipients
Round 2 grant recipients
Round 3 grant recipients

How to apply

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