Events around Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre

The Steve Charles Band at the British Hotel - Umbrella Festival
Music

The Steve Charles Band at the British Hotel - Umbrella Festival

Saturday 8:00pm (14 July)
British Hotel Port Adelaide, Port Adelaide

Gincident SAVE the DATE!
Concert

Gincident SAVE the DATE!

Saturday 11:00am (04 August)
The Flour Shed, Port Adelaide

Raine & Horne Semaphore Street Fair

Raine & Horne Semaphore Street Fair

Sunday 11:00am (25 November)
Semaphore Road, Semaphore

56th Australian Cherub National Titles
Comedy

56th Australian Cherub National Titles

Thursday 10:00am (27 December)
Largs Bay Sailing Club, Largs Bay

SA State Spectacular
Wellness

SA State Spectacular

Saturday 8:00am (08 September)
Titanium Security Arena, Findon

2018 Walk for a Veteran with PTS
Sport

2018 Walk for a Veteran with PTS

Saturday 6:00am (28 July)
Henley & Grange RSL, Henley Beach

Flinders Park Frat Party
Party

Flinders Park Frat Party

Saturday 7:00pm (23 June)
Flinders Park Football Club - The Reds, Flinders Park

Round 12, Flinders Park v Westminster OS

Round 12, Flinders Park v Westminster OS

Saturday 12:15pm (30 June)
Flinders Park Football Club - The Reds, Flinders Park


Port Adelaide Heritage Bus Tours

Port Adelaide Heritage Bus Tours


When?

Start time: Monday 10:00am (14 May)
End time: Sunday 3:00pm (20 May)
Festival

About

The Port Adelaide Heritage Bus Tour is a 2 hour tour of the region; which includes morning tea at the Societies Museum.

You will be taken on an historical journey through the Port Adelaide region, with a lively and personal commentary from one of our tour guides.

As you drive slowly past, you will be given the descriptions and history of many of the old and beautiful buildings that grace the Port Adelaide region and your guide will tell you their entertaining and interesting stories.
Port Adelaide is a sea port city with a unique, salty tang to its environs. It is the historic maritime heart of South Australia and home to some of the finest historic buildings in the State.

Officially established in 1940, only four years after the foundation of South Australia, Port Adelaide played an integral role in the colonial development of South Australia.

The First migrants though, wading through mud of nearby “Port Misery” had a daunting start to a new life in the fledgling colony. .By the 1870’s however wharves were built, solid stone warehouses and homes were erected and signs of Port Adelaide’s prosperity were evident.