Holdfast Bay Council is now offsetting 100 per cent of the greenhouse gas emissions from its vehicle fleet.
One of the worlds largest short film festivals is set to hit our city shores this weekend. Tropfest will be held at the Glenelg foreshore on Sunday February 20, 3pm to 10pm. It’s free to attend the festival, enjoy the live music, entertainment, and see first hand the work of emerging Australian filmmakers, including several South Australian local […]
World champion cyclist Lance Armstrong has Tweeted all to join him for a ride at Glenelg, with the aim of fundraising for the Queensland floods.
The City of Holdfast Bay is inviting all South Australians to take some time on Proclamation Day – the day we remember the official beginnings of the colony of South Australia – to gather together and honour our community and its future.
The City of Holdfast Bay and Adelaide Airport Ltd have joined forces to give 2010 an extra special send off.
The winner of the Jetty Road Makeover Competition, Meredith Couchman, was unveiled at ‘Seaside Fashion at the Bay’ last Thursday as part of the Adelaide Fashion Festival.
The Bay Bridal Fair – a one day wedding expo held over 5 locations displaying the best of the Glenelg region in South Australia, is on this Sunday 17th October, 2010.
Already established as the go-to boutique for Adelaide's fashion - forward ladies, Glenelg boutique Chasing Nel is expanding their range to now include great men's brands, kicking off the new venture with a launch this Thursday night.
This Saturday night, Donlan Lawyers proudly present the 65 Roses Ball in support of Cystic Fibrosis South Australia.
Adelaide fans, young and old braved a bitterly cold morning to commemorate the one-year anniversary of their idol, the king of pop, Michael Jackson.
The Glenelg art gallery is celebrating the opening of their new exhibition space and will be giving part profits to the Hutt St center for the homeless.
The City of Holdfast Bay is throwing its support behind Earth Hour – an annual event coordinated by WWF-Australia to raise awareness of climate change.
Saturday and Sunday 20 -21 March will see the elite Beach Volleyball players of SA fight it out for the crown of State Champions for the 2009/10 season.
Exotic cars will be on display at the Porsche Show at Wigley Reserve, Glenelg, this Sunday March 7 from 10am -4pm.
A new memorial tribute has been erected at Jimmy Melrose Park, Glenelg, to remember a world champion Australian flying ace.
Film lovers will be heading to The Bay on Sunday 21 February as the Media Resource Centre (MRC), in partnership with the City of Holdfast Bay, presents Movie Extra Tropfest – the world’s largest short film festival – live, for free and on a big screen at a brand new venue in 2010 – the lawns on the beachside of Glenelg landmark – The Beachouse (Colley Terrace).
Whether single or with partner, there are lots of events happening around town so be sure to get organised now.
Working with South Australian agency The Kingdom, the Jetty Road Main Street Board are undertaking a campaign to market the location as a hub for shopping, entertainment and relaxation for both South Australian’s and tourists alike.