Welcome to Your Say Adelaide


Your Say Adelaide is your opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Council projects and activities.

To participate you'll need to sign in (or register) to provide your feedback on Your Say Adelaide. As a registered member you will receive the full experience of Council’s online engagement site and the range of feedback tools offered. You will also receive an e-mail that informs you of engagement activities related to the areas of interest you have indicated when you sign up. But don’t worry feedback for all Council projects, initiatives and activities are open to everyone regardless of your areas of interest.

For more information please read our FAQs or to help new members with the registration process, we’ve created an easy registration guide.

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Libraries, Customer and Community Centres. Your Say Adelaide complements these packs by having the same information and similar engagement tools.

We hope you will take this opportunity to be involved in shaping the City of Adelaide.

A number of engagement opportunities are currently open. Please scroll down to find the ones you are interested in.

Your Say Adelaide is your opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Council projects and activities.

To participate you'll need to sign in (or register) to provide your feedback on Your Say Adelaide. As a registered member you will receive the full experience of Council’s online engagement site and the range of feedback tools offered. You will also receive an e-mail that informs you of engagement activities related to the areas of interest you have indicated when you sign up. But don’t worry feedback for all Council projects, initiatives and activities are open to everyone regardless of your areas of interest.

For more information please read our FAQs or to help new members with the registration process, we’ve created an easy registration guide.

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Libraries, Customer and Community Centres. Your Say Adelaide complements these packs by having the same information and similar engagement tools.

We hope you will take this opportunity to be involved in shaping the City of Adelaide.

A number of engagement opportunities are currently open. Please scroll down to find the ones you are interested in.

Open Consultations

  • North Adelaide Dog Park - Lighting of the Small Dog Park.

    about 1 hour ago
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    The City of Adelaide is pleased to advise that we are installing lighting to the Small Dog Park to allow the community to access the park outside of daylight hours.

    Click here for more information.

    The City of Adelaide is pleased to advise that we are installing lighting to the Small Dog Park to allow the community to access the park outside of daylight hours.

    Click here for more information.

  • Tuthangga (Park 17) Community Sports Hub

    12 days ago
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    The provision of community sports hubs supports Council’s commitment to increasing formal and informal recreation opportunities in the Park Lands. Council has received a proposal from the Adelaide and Burnside Hockey Clubs to establish a hockey facility within an identified sports hub precinct in Tuthangga (Park 17).

    To determine the feasibility of this proposal, Council would like to understand how you currently use Tuthangga (Park 17), what improvements could be made to enhance your use of the Park, and what affect a new hockey facility would have on your use of this Park.

    For more information please click here.

    The provision of community sports hubs supports Council’s commitment to increasing formal and informal recreation opportunities in the Park Lands. Council has received a proposal from the Adelaide and Burnside Hockey Clubs to establish a hockey facility within an identified sports hub precinct in Tuthangga (Park 17).

    To determine the feasibility of this proposal, Council would like to understand how you currently use Tuthangga (Park 17), what improvements could be made to enhance your use of the Park, and what affect a new hockey facility would have on your use of this Park.

    For more information please click here.
  • Cultural Strategy Development

    21 days ago
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    We are seeking community feedback and views to help develop the City of Adelaide Cultural Strategy.

    The Cultural Strategy will articulate a shared understanding of culture, and identify high level actions relating to Council’s role in delivering and maximising cultural outcomes for the City.

    To read our discussion paper and join our conversation click here.

    We are seeking community feedback and views to help develop the City of Adelaide Cultural Strategy.

    The Cultural Strategy will articulate a shared understanding of culture, and identify high level actions relating to Council’s role in delivering and maximising cultural outcomes for the City.

    To read our discussion paper and join our conversation click here.

  • Gawler Place Upgrade

    about 1 month ago
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    Gawler Place, from North Terrace to Grenfell Street, is getting an upgrade!

    With 400,000 weekly visitors to the Rundle Mall Precinct - the heart of South Australian retail – Gawler Place is a key part in ensuring the future competitiveness of the Rundle Mall Precinct, as outlined in the 2011 Master Plan for Rundle Mall.

    Click here for more information and to register your interest for ongoing project news.

    Gawler Place, from North Terrace to Grenfell Street, is getting an upgrade!

    With 400,000 weekly visitors to the Rundle Mall Precinct - the heart of South Australian retail – Gawler Place is a key part in ensuring the future competitiveness of the Rundle Mall Precinct, as outlined in the 2011 Master Plan for Rundle Mall.

    Click here for more information and to register your interest for ongoing project news.
  • North Adelaide Golf Course Master Plan

    about 1 month ago
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    We have taken the first step towards developing the Master Plan for the future of the North Adelaide Golf Course (NAGC) precinct.

    With 54 golf holes over 3 courses, the NAGC is the largest council operated golf complex in Australia, and is the most centrally located golf course complex to any capital city in Australia. It is ideally positioned to capitalise on recent and proposed improvements to the Riverbank and Adelaide Oval precincts.

    Have your say and registered to be kept informed about this project by clicking here.

    We have taken the first step towards developing the Master Plan for the future of the North Adelaide Golf Course (NAGC) precinct.

    With 54 golf holes over 3 courses, the NAGC is the largest council operated golf complex in Australia, and is the most centrally located golf course complex to any capital city in Australia. It is ideally positioned to capitalise on recent and proposed improvements to the Riverbank and Adelaide Oval precincts.

    Have your say and registered to be kept informed about this project by clicking here.

  • Central Market Arcade Community Land Revocation and Redevelopment

    2 months ago
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    We are seeking to redevelop the area known as the Central Market Arcade (including a portion of the Central Market U Park car park directly above) for a public/ private mixed use development including an expanded retail and market offer which is complementary to the adjoining Adelaide Central Market.

    Council is now proposing to revoke the Central Market Arcade land from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999 (the Act) for the purposes of the redevelopment.

    The redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade provides Council with a once in a lifetime opportunity to drive major change within the heart of the Market District, with the last redevelopment occurring in the 1960’s.

    Click here for more information and to have your say.

    We are seeking to redevelop the area known as the Central Market Arcade (including a portion of the Central Market U Park car park directly above) for a public/ private mixed use development including an expanded retail and market offer which is complementary to the adjoining Adelaide Central Market.

    Council is now proposing to revoke the Central Market Arcade land from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999 (the Act) for the purposes of the redevelopment.

    The redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade provides Council with a once in a lifetime opportunity to drive major change within the heart of the Market District, with the last redevelopment occurring in the 1960’s.

    Click here for more information and to have your say.

  • Community Garden Mirnu Wirra (Park 21W)

    about 1 month ago
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    We are seeking community feedback on a proposed initiative by the University of Central Queensland to develop a community garden in Mirnu Wiirra (Park 21w). The garden will provide an opportunity for the local community to grow fresh produce as well as creating flexible employment, education, and training opportunities for people experiencing homelessness.

    Click here for more information and to have your say.

    We are seeking community feedback on a proposed initiative by the University of Central Queensland to develop a community garden in Mirnu Wiirra (Park 21w). The garden will provide an opportunity for the local community to grow fresh produce as well as creating flexible employment, education, and training opportunities for people experiencing homelessness.

    Click here for more information and to have your say.

  • City Bikeways

    3 months ago
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    A joint project by Adelaide City Council and State Government, the City Bikeways Project will introduce two continuous and separated bikeways through the City of Adelaide, from north to south, and from east to west.

    Read more about it and register your interest to be kept informed by clicking here.

    A joint project by Adelaide City Council and State Government, the City Bikeways Project will introduce two continuous and separated bikeways through the City of Adelaide, from north to south, and from east to west.

    Read more about it and register your interest to be kept informed by clicking here.

  • Market to Riverbank Link Project

    6 months ago
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    A joint project by Adelaide City Council and the State Government (through Renewal SA), the Market to Riverbank Link Project involves the upgrade of Bank Street, Topham Mall, Leigh Street, Bentham Street and Pitt Street to create an exciting and vibrant connect between the Adelaide Central Market and the Adelaide Riverbank.

    For more information and the opportunity to register to be kept informed of project progress click here.

    A joint project by Adelaide City Council and the State Government (through Renewal SA), the Market to Riverbank Link Project involves the upgrade of Bank Street, Topham Mall, Leigh Street, Bentham Street and Pitt Street to create an exciting and vibrant connect between the Adelaide Central Market and the Adelaide Riverbank.

    For more information and the opportunity to register to be kept informed of project progress click here.

  • Business Waste and Recycling Pilot; Melbourne Street

    4 months ago
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    Council has worked with selected Melbourne Street businesses to pilot a proposed new business waste and recycling service to help learn more about how to deliver services to business across the City.

    Click here for Business Waste and Recycling Pilot Post-Pilot survey.

    Council has worked with selected Melbourne Street businesses to pilot a proposed new business waste and recycling service to help learn more about how to deliver services to business across the City.

    Click here for Business Waste and Recycling Pilot Post-Pilot survey.