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.

About Our PortSnapshotProject ProgressProject targetsDeveloper opportunitiesNews + events

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.


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

First stages of Port Adelaide’s Dock One redevelopment approved

16 August 2018 in Port Adelaide

The State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) has approved the first stages of Starfish Developments’ Dock One in Port Adelaide.

Winterfest raises Port’s popularity

13 August 2018 in Port Adelaide

Winterfest 2018 turned up the heat in Port Adelaide during July, boosting economic activity in the area during the typically quieter winter months – and our survey results show up to 94 per cent of respondents expected to revisit the Port within a month.

Port Adelaide redevelopment update June 2018

18 June 2018 in Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide is well underway in being transformed into a revitalised historic maritime precinct, with work commencing on more than 21 hectares of waterfront land to be turned into thriving residential, commercial and tourist precincts by two developers – South Australia’s Starfish Developments and Cedar Woods.

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