Serviced Office Space Port Adelaide
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Located within the tallest building in South Australia, at 30 storeys, this business centre is situated in what is recognised as South Australia's premium corporate address. The sweeping vie...
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Port Adelaide is a suburb of Adelaide. This sea port is the main port for the region. It is situated 14 km (8 miles) from the centre of Adelaide. This area offers a vibrant water district with restaurants, markets and an eclectic mix of historic buildings.
In Port Adelaide the businesses are typically centred on the port and tourism. There are tourist attractions, such as cruises, water activities, and caravan (camping) parks. This suburb supports the city of Adelaide. Businesses in the area include Argo Investments Limited, Harris Scarfe a major retailer and Coopers Brewery. There are many locations for serviced offices in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
In Port Adelaide there are several museums, including the South Australian Maritime Museum which is housed in a joined pair of Victorian warehouses. This museum has 25 historic vessels, including a steam tug and police launch. Both are used for harbour cruises. There is also a ketch, displayed in at the docks. Phore Seasons restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere, home style dishes made with fresh ingredients and choices that might include coconut crumbed prawns served on rocket, wakame and cucumber salad with spicy lime and chilli dressing.
The closest major airport to Port Adelaide is Adelaide Airport. This airport is 11 km (6 miles) from Adelaide’s city centre. The port is connected to the city of Adelaide through the Port Adelaide railway station which has two elevated platforms located on a viaduct, built in 1919. Trains run between Adelaide and Outer Harbour. The Port River Expressway is a 5.5 kilometres (3.4 miles) freeway grade road linking Port Adelaide and the Lefevre Peninsula to the northern suburbs of Adelaide, and major interstate routes via Salisbury Highway. Adelaide is centrally located on the Australian mainland, this location has allowed it to create a planned transportation hub for routes heading east-west and north-south of the city. It offers a metropolitan wide public transport system, the Adelaide Metro, consisting of an extensive bus system including the O-Bahn Busway, and metropolitan railways connecting this area through the Port Adelaide railway station.