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Port Adelaide Plaza™ is home to Australia’s favourite retailers including Aldi, Coles, Kmart, Liquorland, The Reject Shop and a mix of 60 retail stores and services.

National brands include Australia Post, Bakers Delight, Bendigo Bank, Boost Juice, Cue, House, Just Cuts, Noni B, Sportspower, Surf Dive ‘n’ Ski, TerryWhite Chemmart, Veronika Maine, Vodafone and Williams Shoes.

Boasting an enviable location, Port Adelaide Plaza™ is 13.7 kilometres from the Adelaide CBD and close to major arterial roads including the Port River Expressway and the Northern connector.

Port Adelaide Plaza™ provides 900 free on grade car parks including 200 undercover spaces and direct access to public transport including the Port Adelaide train station, taxi ranks and bus stops.





  • $135.0 million SALES MAT*


  • 900+CAR SPACES [200 undercover]


*Estimate Full Year 1 Annualised


Port Adelaide Plaza TM is much more than just a place to shop.

  • Compelling Fresh Food offer including Asian Grocer, Butcher, Baker, Chicken and Seafood stores
  • 17 Casual Dining restaurants and takeaway retailers including Lone Star Rib House & Brews and The Original Pancake Kitchen
  • Purpose-built childcare, Paisley Park Early Learning Centre  
  • Medical Centre
  • 2 gyms /fitness studios

Adjoining Port Adelaide PlazaTM the fully tenanted 5,235 square metre Customs House, home to government naval and maritime authorities, delivers over 200 office workers daily to the front door. The three level Port Adelaide State Government Office in Nile Street, less than 1 kilometre away, brings a further 500 Government employees to Port Adelaide.

The trade area of Port Adelaide Plaza™ is characterised by pockets of cultural diversity, with 33% of the total population born outside Australia, and broad range of ages and life stages that are broadly consistent with the Adelaide Metro average. Retail spending, by the 209,000 residents that live in the trade area, is forecast at $1.1billion.

With a trade area population of 209,000, tipped to grow at between 0.5% and 1.3%, Port Adelaide Plaza TM delivers diversity in retail, casual dining and services offerings that skilfully balances a positive ‘everyday shopping’ experience, with the sentiment of a village.


  • Median age 37
  • Changes in the age structure to 2016 were in the age groups:
    • Young workforce (25 to 34) (+2,125 people)
    • Empty nesters and retirees (60 to 69) (+1,886 people)
    • Parents and homebuilders (35 to 49) (+1,337 people)
    • Older workers and pre-retirees (50 to 59) (+1,246 people)
  • Average household size 2.39
  • 38.6% households with children
  • 13.2% of households earned an income of $2,500 or more per week 
  • 57% of households purchasing or fully owned their home, 23.2% renting privately 
  • 27.6% live and work in the area


There is no other local government area in the state going through a transformation like the City of Port Adelaide Enfield.

Port Adelaide is the engine room of the South Australian economy, the shipbuilding capital of Australia.

New nuclear-powered submarines are to be built. The Collins class full-cycle docking will continue beyond 2026 and from 2024 the Australian Navy’s Hobart class destroyers will undergo combat management system upgrades at Osborne. These programs support thousands of jobs for today, tomorrow and decades to come.

The development of more than 21 hectares of waterfront land for residential, commercial and tourist precincts is well underway with upwards of $280 million in private investment.

Precincts with a distinctive character contributing to Port Adelaide’s revitalisation include:

  • Harts Mill – Entertainment & Community Space
  • McLarens Wharf - Tourism, Hospitality, Galleries, & Art Studios
  • Dock One – Starfish Developments   750 Townhouses and Apartments
  • Cruikshank’s Corner – Tourism
  • Woolstores - Mixed-use Residential Community
  • Fletcher's Slip - 14 hectares, 500 townhomes and apartments
  • $60 million, 180 room Rydges Hotel


  • Local Jobs            81,680
  • Local Business      9,083
  • Largest Industry   Manufacturing
  • Most Popular Occupations
    • Professionals 20.7%
    • Clerical and Administrative Workers 13.6%
    • Technicians and Trades Workers 13.4%
  • 25 Schools
    • 18 Primary Schools
    • 7 High Schools
  • 1,436 Building Approvals
    • 1,225 Residential Developments
    • 211 Other Developments

Retail Opportunities

Port Adelaide Plaza™ is committed to and proud of the relationships developed with major retail groups and independent specialty retailers alike. Our approach to leasing is strategic. We consider the market research, the current retail mix and the potential mix available to ensure that each and every retailer and service adds value to the mix, ultimately enhancing the customer’s experience. 

Port Adelaide Plaza TM is owned, and managed Precision Group is one of Australia’s most successful private commercial property investment and management companies with a portfolio of retail, commercial and hospitality properties.

Whether you are a small business starting out, a successful trader experiencing growth, if you are interested in exploring opportunities for your business at Port Adelaide Plaza™​ our dedicated leasing team can guide you to find the right solution for your business.

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Leasing Contacts

Edmond Krecsik

Leasing Executive

M: +61 407 547 540

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Ben Singler

Leasing Executive

M: +61 413 089 879

Email Ben