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:
On 1 July 2018 the Riverbank Authority was dissolved, and is set to be replaced by a state government appointed committee made up of representatives from organisations with a significant precinct presence, along with state and local government members.
The 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 annual reports the former Riverbank Authority are still available to download right/below.