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... all only twenty minutes from the city.
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. End your day with a 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.
For a listing of Council and community events across the City, visit our What's On page.
There is a great selection of brochures and information about attractions, accommodation, eateries and activities which can assist you with planning your visit to the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. Don't hesitate to email your contact details to Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre or phone (08) 8405 6560 to arrange for tourism brochures to be sent to you. The Centre is located at 66 Commercial Road Port Adelaide and open 7 days a week (closed Christmas Day) 9am to 5pm.