Set against the backdrop of the picturesque of Elder Park, the central hub of Adelaide’s Arts, Entertainment and Culture can be found along the banks of the Torrens. This is one of the fastest developing areas in Adelaide, and offers a host of bars and dining options adjacent to the Sporting Zone, as well as being a part of the North/South pedestrian link from the Adelaide Central Markets to the Riverbank.

Adelaide Casino

Located in Adelaide’s historic Railway Station building, Adelaide Casino is South Australia’s only casino destination; a constant hive of entertainment, dining experiences and bars. It is home to two flagship restaurants by internationally acclaimed chefs; the French-Vietnamese inspired Madame Hanoi by Nick Watt, and the New York Brassiere inspired Sean’s Kitchen by Sean Connolly, which showcases the best of South Australian produce.

Currently in the working is a $300 million redevelopment of the Casino, which will include the construction of an 11-storey building upon the heritage listed Railway Building, to include a luxury hotel, new retail, gaming and dining areas.

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Festival Plaza Redevelopment

The Festival Plaza area between the Adelaide Festival Centre and Parliament House is about to begin a transformation that will see sweeping multi-purpose plaza built around a multi-story 6 Green Star twin tower commercial and retail development. The new development will provide an updated pedestrian link between Elder Park, the Riverbank Footbridge and the Adelaide Railway Station, as well as become a focal point for public cultural celebrations year round. It is expected that the upgrade will be complete in 2019.

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Adelaide Festival Centre

Established in 1973,and overlooking the picturesque River Torrens and Elder Park, the Adelaide Festival Centre is South Australia’s home of performing arts and a leading Asia Pacific cultural centre.
Home some of the state’s foremost artistic companies including the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, State Opera of South Australia, Australian Dance Theatre, State Theatre Company of SA, Windmill Theatre, The Australian Ballet and Brink, it was Australia’s first capital city arts venue, and currently hosts almost one million visitors annually.

Also home to Bistro by the Food Business with views to the river front, the Piano Bar and ArtSpace Gallery, as well as being a hub for cultural events year round, the Centre will remain operational as it undergoes a $610 million renovation over coming years, in line with the redevelopment of the Festival Plaza.

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