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New Changerooms at LJ Lewis

Another day, another fantastic project gets underway! We have knocked down the old clubrooms at LJ Lewis Reserve to make way for brand new inclusive changerooms featuring four unisex rooms to AFL standards, accessible public toilets, a terraced viewing area, canteen and storage facilities for local clubs. Thanks to Minister Corey Wingard for joining Mayor Claire Boan and Ward councillors Mark Basham, Hannah Evans and Matt Osborn to turn the first sod today.

This project is costing $1.47 million in total, funded by the City of PAE with $500,000 from SA Recreation and Sport and $10,000 from North Adelaide Football Club.

We can't wait to see this new facility take shape in Northfield and be used by North Adelaide Football Club, Greenacres Football Club, Adelaide Warriors Cricket Club, Eels Rugby League Club and Para Vista Cricket Club

  • The Art of Reconciliation Documentary Film Maker Expressions

    27th October 2020
    • Expressions of interest
    Expressions of interest from are sought from documentary film makers/teams to create a series of short digital stories. The digital stories will focus on an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. Visual artists will be teamed with the sitters
  • Port Walks

    20th October 2020
    • Our recovery journey
    31 October to 29 November. Port Adelaide Guide is happy to present a festival of walking tours, Port Walks. We have a fantastic program of guided walking tours lined up highlighting Port Adelaide’s rich history, unique environment, diverse culture,
  • Beach Dog Patrols Begin

    20th October 2020
    • News
    We are excited to be partnering with City of Charles Sturt to deliver this year's beach education patrols along 20km of our coastline. These patrols play a key role in educating and reminding dog owners about safe and appropriate dog and owner
  • Share your ideas for PAE

    19th October 2020
    • News
    The Annual Business Plan and Budget documents our commitment to deliver great outcomes for you, our community. It sets out how community funds will deliver services and facilities you use daily like the libraries; community centres; parks and
  • Murals at Enfield Tennis Club and Beefacres Community Hall

    8th October 2020
    • Expressions of interest
    Expressions are sought from artists/artist teams to apply for one or both murals on offer. Mural 1 -The Enfield Tennis Club and/or Mural 2 - The Beefacres Community Hall. All the information is available here: Enfield Tennis Club and Beefacres
  • Adelaide Film Festival

    7th October 2020
    • News
    Adelaide Film Festival is back in the City of PAE. See the full program at www.adelaidefilmfestival.org. Join Semaphore Odeon Cinema for two Saturday evenings of some of our best rock-docs, an Australian activist-focused film, plus a celebration of
  • Business Recovery Workshops

    7th October 2020
    • Our recovery journey
    We have been working with Adelaide Business Hub to develop a business recovery and growth strategy to support all businesses across all sectors, operating in the council area. As part of this we are running virtual sessions over the next few weeks
  • PAE it Forward

    2nd October 2020
    • Our recovery journey
    To encourage residents to explore local this October, the City of PAE are holding the PAE IT FORWARD initiative all month long. There will be half priced tickets and discounts for residents of the City of PAE on offer at your favourite tourism
  • pafc flags

    Finals fever takes over the Port

    30th September 2020
    • News
    Get on board the hype train because in PAFC's 150th year, it is coming back to Alberton. We've been working with Port Adelaide Football Club to decorate the town under the cover of darkness, with flags lining the streets, banners around our most
  • Saving plastic bottles from landfill

    23rd September 2020
    • News
    We worked with SA Water to install a new water refill station on Semaphore Foreshore to help combat plastic bottles going to landfill. It was installed in June and check out these stats. - 2,477 litres of water dispensed. - 2,521 plastic bottles