Discover the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site
On behalf of the state government we are cultivating a culture where creativity, talent and innovation comes together to transform the site into Adelaide’s new creation and innovation neighbourhood, attracting high value industries and jobs.
“We’re building an entrepreneurial ecosystem where start-ups, incubators, investors and mentors come together in spaces that span 23,000 square metres across seven heritage and historic buildings,” said Renewal SA General Manager, City and Place Management, Georgina Vasilevski.
“In addition, more than 20,000 people have already visited the site through new pop-up activations since the closure of the Hospital in September – and we want to open up this new place for everyone to experience whilst we are working towards delivering the government’s vision.”
“When fully established over the next eight years, thousands of people will work and stay, and add to the already vibrant and popular East End precinct.”
“Longer term the former RAH will be a unique place that attracts local, national and international visitors.”
The former hospital entrance, the Foyer, is becoming the new social heart of the site and heats up for Hello Fridays with tasty South Australian food and beverage offerings to treat your senses whilst listening to local up and coming musicians.
Visitors can interact with the site’s first artist in residence, Anna Gore, who creates whimsical abstract artworks, and in August, the Foyer will become an unique exhibition space for the South Australian Living Artists festival (SALA).
Discover delicious South Australian produce and the latest food trends with regular breakfasts, lunches, dinners from great local foodies popping up through the Urban Eats Project, in the new social heart of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.