Port Adelaide is rich in maritime history. Lots of traces of maritime attactions can be seen in Port Adelaide such as the light house, the museum and visiting ships. Port Adelaide is another place where you can find dolphin watching, beside Glenelg. Other activities include walks.
If you need any assistance, drop by the Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre. It is located at 66 Commercial Road.
The famous Port Adelaide Lighthouse was built in 1869. It was relocated from the Port River entrance to its current location in 1901. The lighthouse is open to public to climb to the top. The opening hours are 10 am to 2 pm on weekdays and 10 am to 4.30 pm on weekends.
A ship in Port Adelaide
The Town Hall of Port Adelaide.
A view of the Court House of Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide Street view
Port Adelaide, South Australia
How to get there?
By Bus: Bus 150 to Osborne – alight in Port Adelaide at bus stop A. Board from North Terrace, opposite the Adelaide Railway Station
By Train: From Adelaide, take Outer Harbor Line to Port Adelaide
When to go?
Any time of the year.
Link to check out before you go: