Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre


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The Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is located in an 1860 heritage-listed building namely the 'Black, Diamond Centre' which originally housed the Customs, Courts, Police Station and Lock-up Cells. It has been restored to its original stone condition.

The centre consists of four beautifully presented exhibition rooms with interpretative displays and an extensive selection of brochures and maps to assist the traveller.

Make sure to visit the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary Display Room to discover more about the fascinating world of wild dolphins and their natural environment which includes the Port River.

The Centre's friendly team can assist to help make the most of your visit to the Port and its surrounds by providing the latest attractions and events information.

Free bike hire is also available as another option for travellers to enjoy cycling around the Port's State Heritage Area, Waterfront Loop Path and nearby Coast Park.
<p>Free Wifi</p> <p>Caters for people who use a wheelchair.</p>


Coach Parking
Interpretive Centre
Picnic Area
Public Telephone
Shop / Gift Shop


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