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Get ready for a fun-filled family day in Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide is set to come alive on Saturday 28th March for a fun-filled day of events, markets, and activities for the whole family to enjoy. There will be two great locations including the iconic Hart's Mill and the Lighthouse Square, so come along between 12 noon and 5.00pm to enjoy the festivities.
Bring your whole family and enjoy a great Port Day.
Be sure to check out the wide range of stalls from the Wild at Hart Markets on display throughout the day. Adelaide foodies - you won't want to miss Rosa Matto's fabulous cooking demonstrations. She'll be cooking up a storm at 1.00pm and 2.30pm.
The kids can bounce out all that extra energy at the Jumping Castle, or for those up for a challenge why not try the Giant Chess game? There'll even be some great artists providing gorgeous temporary Henna Art tattoos on the day.
These natural tattoos can last up to two weeks.
The full list of activities at Hart's Mill includes:
Cooking demonstrations by Rosa Matto, 1.00pm & 2.30pm
Wild at Hart markets from 12noon – 5.00pm
Demonstration water activities
Kayaking from 2.30pm until 4.30pm
Don't forget to head over to Lighthouse Square for some other great activities including:
Explore the Tall Ships 'One and All' and 'Falie'
$2 Cruises around the Inner Harbour on 'Archie Badenoch'
Climb the Lighthouse
Families, stick around after the event for the free showing of The Pirates of the Caribbean (PG) starting at 5.30pm at the Flour Shed. Please make sure to bring along some chairs or bean bags and warm clothes/rugs if the weather is cool.
If that's not enough to keep you going through the day, why not go on a self-guided tour of Port Adelaide's brand new street art. During the 2015 Wonderwalls Street Art Festival, renowned street artists from Adelaide and around the world brought colour and life to some of Port Adelaide's blank walls. Check out this map for the street art locations.
The old flour mill building has been transformed into a brand new public exhibition space.
It's so great to see the Port coming alive through fun community events. Make sure to add this one to your calendar, you won't want to miss out on this great family day in Port Adelaide.
Sounds like fun! Fortunately Renewal SA never got around to demolishing the Harts Mill precinct in their former role as SA Land Management Corporation. They laid waste to the rest of Port Adelaide more effectively than a conquering horde of Visigoths, but now seem more interested in other areas. Luckily they are also good at using our tax dollars to put on a party :)