The City of Port Adelaide Enfield is the country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. Their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land are of continuing importance today.
Only 20 minutes from the City, discover the charm of historic Port Adelaide, nearby coast and beautiful inland parks for visitors to enjoy!
Take a deep breath of fresh sea air and get ready to experience South Australia’s maritime heartland. You’ll find evocative seafaring history, a waterside heritage area with Sunday markets, galleries, cafés, pubs, including a brewery hotel and the world’s only inner-city dolphins.
The Port has some of the finest colonial buildings in Australia. Take a walk along the docks and through the old Port to experience the ambience. Self-guided and guided tours are offered.
The Maritime Museum, Railway Museum and Aviation Museum are located on Lipson Street and open daily…check out the F-111, climb the old ketch and ride the steam train. Climb to the top of our famous red lighthouse.
Book a boat cruise to see how many of our famous Port River dolphins you can spot!
Kayaking is another way to explore the Port River’s rich marine environment, the ships’ graveyard and mangrove-lined tidal creeks.
8 kilometres of clean sands ... with sheltered playgrounds, bbq amenities and green open spaces from Semaphore to North Haven. Semaphore’s white sands, family-friendly shallows and colourful foreshore still make for a classic Adelaide beachside escape. Semaphore Road is one of Adelaide’s widest boulevards, stretching down to the jetty and sea. Funky boutiques have opened their doors alongside famous ‘old salt’ pubs, and contemporary cafes are serving seasonal produce whilst the night air is filled with the delicious aroma of fish ‘n’ chips.
Cycle or stroll along the Coast Park from Semaphore to Largs where you will discover the beautiful Largs Pier Hotel and Jetty Road. Travelling further north will bring you to the North Haven Marina where you can dine alfresco style while dolphin spotting.
Relax and enjoy the beautiful parks and interesting mix of cultural arts, heritage and attractions offered in the inland suburbs from Regency Park to Windsor Gardens.
Tee off for a round of golf at Regency Park or Valley View then have a picnic in Linear Park. Don’t miss Stockade Park with its beautiful waterfall and the Enfield Heritage Museum set in the picturesque grounds of Sunnybrae Farm. Guided tours offered by Cooper’s Brewery and the Regency International Centre are a must!
Go to the Mainline Drive-in Theatre for is a unique movie experience! The South Australian Potters Club Gallery offers a great variety of pottery – something for everyone.
For the more adventurous – meet the challenge and try indoor rock climbing, kart racing and laser skirmish! Sport lovers will enjoy a visit to the State Sports Park at Gepps Cross, which is host to national track cycling, hockey competitions and a variety of special events.
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