Our Port

Port Adelaide’s place in our state’s history is evolving into one of contemporary significance. It’s about recreating a community with purpose, where people engaged in enterprise, innovation and ideas will work and once again reside.

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About Our Port

Port Adelaide will be a place of discovery, energy, culture and diversity – an eclectic, vibrant reflection of the South Australian character more broadly. Renewal SA is committed to working closely with the community and key stakeholders to deliver this vision.

Snapshot

Our aim is to have more people living, working, investing and spending time in the Port.

Project Progress

Since Our Port commenced in 2012:

Project targets

Planned delivery outcomes from the Port Adelaide Precinct Plan include:

A strategy for delivery of affordable housing that will ensure all facets of the community can enjoy this wonderful asset.

Expansion of the Works Program with opportunities provided to local residents for practical and live site training and work experience programs.

Developer opportunities

Port Adelaide is Australia's last undeveloped port waterfront. A waterfront precinct with unrivaled redevelopment potential, it boasts over four kilometres of public waterfront promenade and overwater development opportunities.

News + events

A word from the Chief Executive

22 December 2020 in Reconciliation, Playford Alive, About us, Works Program news, Port Adelaide, Forestville, The Square at Woodville West, Fort Largs, Lot Fourteen, Prospect

As 2020 draws to a close, the opportunity to look back on the past 12 months reveals a surprising yet affirming insight into what Renewal SA has been able to achieve this year.

Major milestone for Our Port with first residents to Dock One

30 November 2020 in Port Adelaide

Renewal SA’s plan to redevelop Port Adelaide into a thriving residential, commercial and tourism precinct has reached a major milestone with the first residents moving into the Dock One waterfront development.

Port Adelaide’s Dock Two to become historical maritime precinct

30 September 2019 in Port Adelaide

Dock Two will become home to land-based vessels including The City of Adelaide, the world’s oldest clipper ship, and The Nelcebee, the second-to-last ketch to operate in the South Australian coastal trade.

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