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Port Adelaide Plaza™

Port Adelaide Plaza TM expanding to over 29,000 square metres to accommodate 70+ stores and services.

Already home to many of Australia’s favourite retailers — Kmart, Coles, Aldi, Liquorland, The Reject Shop, Sportspower, Paisley Park Early Learning Centre, Australia Post, Terry White Chemmart, Bendigo Bank, The Original Pancake Kitchen and Lone Star Rib & Brew House  -  to name a few, is setting a new benchmark for retail in Adelaide’s northwest corridor with its focus on convenience, local daily needs, casual dining, lifestyle and services.

Port Adelaide Plaza™ offers 900 free on grade car parks including 250 undercover spaces and direct access to public transport including, taxi ranks, nearby bus stops and is only 100 metres to the Port Adelaide train station.

The final stage of the Port Adelaide Plaza TM development is now leasing and presents an additional new fresh food and retail opportunities.

* On Project Completion



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Location

Port Adelaide Plaza TM is located in the heart of one of Adelaide’s oldest, historical ports, Port Adelaide and boasts an enviable location, 13.7 kilometres from the Adelaide CBD, a few kilometres to the beach, close to major arterial roads to the Le Fevre Peninsula including the Port River Expressway and the Northern connector.

Port Adelaide is the engine room of the South Australian economy. Known as the home of Australia’s defence ship building program and the State’s sea freight hub. Expected to last well over 30 years, the $90 billion Australian Naval Defence Project at Osborne Naval Shipyard will bring 5,000 new employees into the main trade area by 2025. 

The development of more than 21 hectares of waterfront land for residential, commercial and tourist precincts will generate upwards of $280 million in private investment, deliver 1,500 new homes for up to 4,000 new residents and support 250 direct and indirect jobs a year during construction.

A new $60 million, 180 room Hotel has also been approved for the Port Adelaide waterfront.

Customer Demographics

Average Age:

35-64 years

Average Household Income:

$55,295 pa

Average household size:

2.5 (21% couples with children)

Employed Residents:

58,434

Occupation:

Predominantly white collar workers (65%) and blue collar workers (35%)

Primary Schools: 14 in the main trade area

Household/Landlord type:

In line with State averages for SA, fully owned (32%), part owned/ mortgaged (34%), renting (32%), 28% of households made up of couples with children.

Population:

The current total target trade area population is over 209,676.*

*Based on 2016 Census Data.

Local Industry

The Centre is easily accessible to over 9,000 local businesses and their employees.

Local Jobs:

     77,415

Local Businesses:

     

     9,000 in Port Adelaide. 1,200 opened

     in the past 12 months

     

Largest Industry Sector:      Manufacturing

Catchment Area

The primary catchment area spans a radius of approximately 8km, including the entire Le Fevre Peninsula.

The primary catchment area includes:

  • Port Adelaide
  • Gillman
  • Queenstown
  • Rosewater
  • Alberton
  • Ottoway
  • Semaphore Park

Secondary catchment includes:

  • West Lakes
  • Woodville

Mansfield Park and along the Lefevre Peninsula to Outer Harbour.

Accessibility

Port Adelaide Plaza™​ shopping centre is approximately 13kms northwest of Adelaide CBD. The centre has direct access to public transport including, taxi ranks, nearby bus stops and the Port Adelaide train station. Free customer parking with access from Commercial Road and Church Street. Easy vehicle access to major bridges leading to and from the northern suburbs, including the northern express way plus close to the major arterial road from the CBD to the Le Fevre Peninsula area.

Retail Spend

Retail spending, by the 209,676 local residents that live in the trade area, is forecast to grow 9.6% to $1.1billion by 2021. Main trade area suburbs of Birkenhead and Hendon are ranked in the top 10 in Australia for property value growth in 2020.

Customer traffic is set to exceed 3.5milion shoppers per annum* which speaks to the areas need for a Centre of Port Adelaide Plaza’s calibre given the scale of population growth and high number of families moving into the area.

Retail Opportunities

Everything at Port Adelaide Plaza is being carefully curated to create a contemporary shopping centre offering new and modern choices in fresh and take home food, health, wealth and beauty services, casual dining experiences combined with everyday essentials for the home and for the whole family. 

Already home to many of Australia’s favourite retailers — Kmart, Coles, Aldi, Liquorland, The Reject Shop, Sportspower, Paisley Park Early Learning Centre, Australia Post, Terry White Chemmart, Bendigo Bank and 11 casual dining and quick bite options including Lonestar Rib House & Brews, LLaw Boutique Café and Wine Bar and Soonta a healthy Vietnamese restaurant, Ban Ban a “chimaek” diner, Shanghai Tea House, Yiros Central, Adelaide’s own The Original Pancake Kitchen, Sushi Hiro, Boost Juice, Funk Coffee and Food and Sorriso Cucina Italiana, an Italian kitchen inspired by the recipes handed down from generation to generation.

The final stage of the Port Adelaide Plaza TM is now leasing and presents an additional 30 retail opportunities including fresh food, services, a health club and a medical centre.

Kmart Coles Aldi Paisley Park TerryWhite Chemmart logo Au Post

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Leasing Contacts

Development Leasing Enquiries

Michael Gillett

Development Manager

M: +61 415 482 077

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Edmond Krecsik

Leasing Executive

M: +61 407 547 540

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Samantha McInnes

Centre Manager

M: +61 417 542 865

Email Samantha