Adelaide Riverbank – an attraction for all South Australians and visitors alike – the front door to the world and our city’s own backyard.
Adelaide Riverbank is the heart of our vibrant city. Bound by the river, generous parklands and the cultural boulevard of North Terrace – Adelaide Riverbank unlocks a network of active spaces and recreational, cultural, sporting and academic destinations – enticing people to explore the river in its entirety.
It will be a place that will define South Australia and enhance our passion for entertainment, encourage our curiosity and respect for health, education 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 Adelaide Riverbank is home to many of Adelaide’s most significant buildings, spaces and activities including:
The 2015 – 2016 year was the Riverbank Authority’s first full year of operation and a period of achievement and progress across the Riverbank precinct.
The Adelaide Riverbank covers 380 hectares of land, stretching from Bowden in the west to Hackney in the east. Across this expanse are some of the State’s most important civic cultural institutions, destinations and community facilities.
With the establishment of the Authority, focus has been placed on bringing greater coherence to the $3 billion already invested in the Riverbank, while the Authority also took lead responsibility within Government for oversight of a number of projects underway and coming up.