The “Dream Boat,” party is coming back to Adelaide in early October after a successful, sold-out Adelaide Fringe series this year.
(A)Lure, a Champagne & Seafood bar, will be opening next week as a new addition to the Adelaide Riverbank Precinct.
With changing themes, a cool summer vibe, endless tastings of food available and a fabulous bar stocked with the best South Australia has to offer, we can confidently say that The Pontoon at the Riverbank will be a hive of fun this season.
A condensed and modernised version of the classic Swan Lake ballet, performed in Veale Gardens as a free community event.
The famed Adelaide Festival Pontoon lives to see another day, starting this Friday as a celebration of the great Australian tradition of backyard cricket transforming the pontoon into one of the best places to watch The Ashes.
Fancy playing hitting some cricket balls whilst floating on the Torrens pontoon during the Ashes? Enjoy some drinks in the Summer sun while the DJs play, while you hit up a swag of food trucks. It's time. The party has arrived.
The café court will be a new dining concept for the Riverbank Precinct, featuring 5 indoor and outdoor dining outlets.
Fancy enjoying a secret, tropical, musical oasis? How about enjoying the music from the water with a wine, beer and/or coconut? This is all possible at Adelaide's newest pop up event.
jkfoto.net were at Adelaide's Australia Day celebrations to capture the incredible 2015 fireworks.
InterContinental Adelaide's Riverside Restaurant launched a new Winter menu on Tuesday 5th August. Encompassing local South Australian produce currently in season and sourced from local suppliers, the menu is one not to be missed.
The new Regattas Bistro, set to open in January, will offer spectacular views across Adelaide’s River Torrens with two storeys – a function room above and Regattas Bistro, bar and outdoor dining area below.
The Riverbank precinct will become Adelaide's new city centre, stretching from King William Rd along the Torrens to the old Adelaide Gaol site.
After 49 years at the helm, Keith Altmann, aged 88, has decided to bid farewell to Popeye, recently selling his iconic cruise business along with Captain Jolley’s Paddleboats.
Bistro by the food business is reopening tonight (Thursday 10 March) following three months closure due to the major building works at the Dunstan Playhouse.