The Riverbank Precinct is undoubtedly one of South Australia’s most important and recognisable public places in terms of its social, economic and cultural value to the state. Beautiful riverfront parklands adjoin the centre of the city, providing places for recreation, learning, entertainment and culture.
Encompassing 380 hectares of land around the River Torrens, from Gilberton in the east through to Bonython Park and Bowden in the north-west, the precinct is home to many of Adelaide’s most significant buildings and spaces.
Investment in the Future
The Riverbank Precinct is rapidly becoming the new heart of the city with more than $1 billion currently being invested to establish integrated BioMedical, Entertainment, Educational and Cultural precincts.
As a result, the Centre now sits, physically and intellectually, at the heart of a thriving ecosystem of creativity, research and development.
The Riverbank Precinct comprises distinctive zones – all home to a series of buildings and destinations for various activities.