- Technical Tour 1 - Streetscapes and Community Facilities
- Technical Tour 2 - Sport, Leisure and Stormwater Management
- Technical Tour 3 – Hills and WSUD Developments
Technical Tour 1 – Streetscapes and Community Facilities
Time: 8.30am – 4.00pm | Cost: $70
Starting from Adelaide, the tour will travel by bus to West Beach to view several new streetscape projects, including an innovative response to an Urban Heat Island in a socially vulnerable area. From there the tour will drive to the Lights Community and Sports Centre. Learn how a passionate politician, a keen wheel chair sports advocate and some grant funding transformed a vacant block of state government owned land into a five multi-sport court facility with large community spaces and commercial tenancies. With a total project budget of around $27 million the centre is the new home of the North Adelaide Rockets with some of the best basketball facilities in the state including state-of-the-art smart court technology, completed within budget and ahead of schedule.
The group will then head to the Bridgestone Reserve, a repurposed industrial site, now a recreation area for the whole Salisbury community. Over lunch, attendees can participate in a supplier See and Try, before a tour of the Olympic-standard athletics track and clubroom and incorporating a sustainable alternative water supply system. The bus will then head back to Adelaide via Salisbury’s new, multi-million dollar accessible destination playground incorporating a three tier play tower, sand play, bouldering climbing wall and double cable zip line as well as fitness equipment, toilet amenities and a multipurpose sports court.
Technical Tour 2 – Sport, Leisure and Stormwater Management
Time: 8.30am – 3.30pm | Cost: $70
From Adelaide, the tour will visit the ARC, Campbelltown’s state of the art sports and leisure centre, before heading to the Campbelltown Memorial Oval, redeveloped into a modern sporting and community hub, providing a safe and accessible space for local sports clubs and the wider community. The bus will then drive to Bridgestone Reserve in the City of Salisbury, developed into an integrated passive recreational facility, incorporating flood management and a sustainable alternative water supply system that collects and treats up to 550 ML of stormwater per year.
Over lunch, attendees can participate in a supplier See and Try, before visiting Salisbury’s new, multi-million dollar accessible destination playground then the City of Charles Sturt where the group will view several new streetscape projects, including an innovative response to an Urban Heat Island in a socially vulnerable area. The bus will then return to Adelaide.
Technical Tour 3 – Hills and WSUD Developments
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm | Cost: $80
From Adelaide drive to UKARIA Cultural Centre, perched on the hillside of the Ngeringa property in the picturesque Adelaide Hills just outside Mount Barker, one of the fastest growing areas in Australia. Concerts are hosted on the property for acclaimed national and international artists in a magnificent 220-seat concert hall with superb acoustics and spectacular sweeping views over the valley and up to the Mt Barker Summit. From there the group will head to Mt Barker’s new $23m Regional Sports Hub.
The bus will then drive to the Blvd Eatery, for morning tea and a stroll around the lake, before visiting Springlake, a new housing estate. The group will then drive to Mt Barker for an informal lunch and tasting at craft brewery, the Prancing Pony. Finally the bus will head back to visit the Laratinga Wetlands and, time permitting, visit the Newlands housing development before returning to Adelaide.
Adelaide Walking Tour
‘A Place for People’
This tour may look a little unconventional but we are offering an opportunity to view our city though a different lens.
Adelaide Riverbank, known to the Kaurna as Karrawirra Pari – the Redgum Forest River – is the geographic and spiritual heart of Adelaide. The picturesque banks of the River Torrens are home to many of the iconic landmarks and stories synonymous with our city and our State. The Riverbank Precinct and environs are being reinvented to become a highly connected physically as well as thematically and spiritually important place to residents and visitors.
Behind all of this is of course how this aspiration is brought to life which includes collaboration between Local, State Government, traditional owners and private agencies to agree on a vision and then make this come to life. This tour will ask you to consider how we can play vital roles in creating places for people to want to be in, visit and own as theirs.
The tour will include:
The new City Skate Park, an Aboriginal Cultural Experience and afternoon tea, a look under the Adelaide Bridge and a tour of the new Lot Fourteen development. All the while being informed and updated via an interactive app. Your tour guides will be staff from the CoA, Renewal SA and traditional owners. Numbers are limited.
Date: Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm
Cost: No Extra Cost
Capacity: Maximum of 15 people (subject to availability)
Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing suitable for all types of weather. Bring your mobile phone, headphones and be registered for What’s App. Light refreshments will be provided at afternoon tea. Please advise of any allergies.