Fringe Club & Corner

Will access to the Park Lands be affected during the Fringe Club & Corner event?

Access to the park will be restricted for the duration of the event licence. Areas will be cordoned off for public safety for periods during the set up and pull down. The pathways will remain open when possible and traffic marshals will be on site to ensure pedestrian and cyclist safety.

Once the event has opened, during peak pedestrian and cyclist transit times the central pathway will remain open. When pathways are blocked an alternate route will be indicated.

Will it cost to attend the event?

Fringe Club entry is with a pass only. Fringe Box office is freely accessible to the public.

How will the Park Lands be protected during their stay?

In addition to the standard requirements under the event licence, the organisers will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands. The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.

Specifically the event organisers are committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:

  • Implementation of a Remediation Management and Internal Traffic Management Plan to minimise impact;
  • The use of vehicles with low turf impact tyres where possible;
  • The use of track matting or temporary floor surfaces to reduce impact on turf;
  • Installation of decking to be installed in high pedestrian areas; and
  • Hand watering schedule maintained throughout the event duration.

Can I expect noise where I live?

The event must also comply with the Adelaide City Council’s Event  Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures for temporary multi day venues*. As a part of this the event organiser is required to provide a Noise Management Plan as a part of their event licence documentation for approval.

Residents in surrounding areas will be notified by the event organiser via a mail drop at least two weeks prior to the event detailing the event times and contact information for complaints or queries.

*Note: Adelaide City Council’s Event Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures are currently being reviewed for the 2015-16 event season and will be presented to Council on 22 September 2015.

Is parking available at the event site?

No on-site parking is provided for this event, however many on-street and off-street options exist nearby. Public transport is also available in the vicinity of this event.


I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?

Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review the event application and any consultation submissions.

Adelaide City Council discourages any event from promotions prior to Council approval. In some instances, there is a need for events and festivals to announce dates. This however does not constitute Council approval for the event.

Gluttony

Will access to the Park Lands be affected during the Gluttony event?

The Gluttony infrastructure will not block existing pathways during the event so access will be maintained for pedestrians and cyclists.

Traffic marshals will be onsite during set up and pull down to ensure pedestrian and cyclist safety while using pathways.

Will it cost to attend the event?

There is free entry into the event site where people can purchase meals and beverages, with some free entertainment. Ticketed performances will be held in the venues. Ticket prices vary from $5 to $40.

How will the Park Lands be protected during their stay?

In addition to the standard requirements under the event licence, Gluttony will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands.The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.

Specifically the event organisers are committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:
  • Implementation of a Remediation Management and Internal Traffic Management Plan to minimise impact;
  • The use of track matting or temporary floor surfaces to reduce impact on turf;
  • Organisers will manage vehicle deliveries so that only single routes are used for entry and exit off site
  • Hand watering schedule maintained throughout the event duration.

Can I expect noise where I live?

The event must also comply with the Adelaide City Council’s Event Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures, for temporary venues*.

The event organiser is required to provide a Noise Management Plan as a part of their event licence documentation for approval. Residents in surrounding areas will be notified by the event organiser via a mail drop at least two weeks prior to the event. The letter will detail the event times and contact information for complaints or queries.

*Note: Adelaide City Council’s Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures are currently being reviewed for the 2015-16 event season and will be presented to Council on 22 September 2015.

Is parking available at the event site?

No on-site parking is provided for this event, however many on-street and off-street options exist nearby. Public transport is also available in the vicinity of this event.

I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?

Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review the event application and any consultation submissions.

Adelaide City Council discourages any event from promotions prior to Council approval. In some instances, there is a need for events and festivals to announce dates. This however does not constitute Council approval for the event.

The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Will access to the Park Lands be affected during the GOULD event?

 Access to the park will be restricted for the duration of the event licence. Areas will be cordoned off for public safety for periods during the set up and pull down. The pathways through the park will remain open when possible and safe to do so and traffic marshals will be on site to ensure pedestrian and cyclist safety.

Once the event has opened, during peak pedestrian and cyclist transit times the central pathway will remain open. When pathways are blocked an alternate route will be indicated.

Will it cost to attend the event?

There is free entry into the multi-venue family friendly precinct. People can purchase meals and beverages and patronise the sideshow amusements. There are both free and ticketed performances, with prices varying from $5 to $65.

How will the Park Lands be protected during their stay?

In addition to the standard requirements under the event licence, the event organisers will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands. The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.

Specifically the event organisers are committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:

  • Implementation of a Remediation Management and Internal Traffic Management Plan to minimise impact;
  • Installation of infrastructure that decreases the need for some heavy vehicles to enter the site;
  • The use of vehicles with low turf impact tyres where possible;
  • Defined areas where event vehicles will not be permitted;
  • The use of track matting or temporary floor surfaces to reduce impact on turf;
  • During the event, fragile areas will be protected with fencing from vehicle impact and pedestrians;
  • Installation of decking to be installed in high pedestrian areas; and
  • Watering schedule maintained throughout the licensed duration.

Can I expect noise where I live?

The event must comply with the Adelaide City Council’s Event Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures** for temporary multi-day venues. As a part of this the event organiser is required to provide a Noise Management Plan as a part of their event licence documentation for approval.

The event has limited external amplified music or announcements in the park outside of the venues.
Residents in surrounding areas will be notified by the event organiser via a mail drop at least two weeks prior to the event detailing the event times and contact information for complaints or queries.

**Note: Adelaide City Council’s Event Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures are currently being reviewed for the 2015-16 event season and will be presented to Council on 22 September 2015.

Is parking available at the event site?

No on-site parking is provided for this event, however many on-street and off-street options exist nearby. Public transport and taxis are also available in the vicinity of this event.

I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?

 Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review the event application and any consultation submissions.

Adelaide City Council discourages any event from promotions prior to Council approval. In some instances, there is a need for events and festivals to announce dates. This however does not constitute Council approval for the event.

Australian International 3 Day Event

Will access to the Park Lands be affected during the AI3DE event?

Access to areas of Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi will be restricted from Friday, 19 November to Sunday, 22 November 2015 to event ticket holders and competitors only. To allow for the secure stabling of competition horses and camping for the riders and grooms a fenced area in the south eastern section of Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi will be in place from Monday, 16 November to Monday, 23 November 2015.

On Saturday, 21 November 2015 access to all three parks will be restricted to event ticket holders only. Alternative routes around the fenced site on Saturday, 21 November 2015 will be via Rundle Road, Dequetteville Terrace, East Terrace and the central shared east-west pathway through Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi.

Will it cost to attend the AI3DE?

The event has a mixture of free and ticketed elements. The first day of the event on Thursday, 19 November 2015 is a free entry day with all other days having an entry fee for the different stages. There will be a Friday evening twilight event with free entry for the public. Ticket prices will vary from $5 to $275.

How will the Park Lands be protected during their stay?

In addition to the standard requirements under the event licence, the AI3DE will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands. The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.

Specifically the AI3DE has committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:
  • Tree protection zones to be implemented.
  • Vehicles to keep to roads and paths where possible.
  • Training and practice areas for horses will be controlled by dedicated stewards.
  • Sawdust will be used in the stable areas and will be removed post event.
  • Bars and Kitchens will use the surface protection system Pro Floor.
  • Parking on site will only be on non-grassed areas and only in Adelaide City Council approved areas.

Can I expect noise where I live?

Some noise is anticipated, with predicted noise levels within accepted guidelines for an event of this nature. There will be commentary on each day of the event with the sound system positioned around the main arena in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi and on Saturday in Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka around the Rymill Park Lake.

Live music will be played inside marquees on the Friday and Saturday night in Victoria Park / Pakapakanthi. Stages and speakers will be orientated away from the nearest noise sensitive areas.
The AI3DE is required to abide by a Noise Management Plan for this event.  Residents in surrounding areas will be notified by the event organiser via a mail drop at least two weeks prior to the event detailing the event times and contact information for complaints or queries.

Is parking available at the event site?

On-site parking is not provided for this event.  The closest public parking to this event can be found on Flinders Street, Rundle Street or North Terrace. Public transport will be available to this event via bus.

I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?

Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review the application and any submissions. Adelaide City Council discourages any event from promotions prior to Council approval. In some instances, there is a need for events or festivals to announce dates. This however does not constitute Council approval for the event.

Santos Tour Down Under

Will access to the Park Lands be affected during the Santos Tour Down Under event?

For details on access restrictions, please refer to the Project Impacts section in the consultation pack.

Will it cost to attend the Santos Tour Down Under Village & Bike Expo event?

Access is free for all visitors.

How will Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga be protected during their stay?

In addition to the standard requirements under the event licence, Santos Tour Down Under Tour Village & Bike Expo will be responsible for minimising impacts on the Park Lands by following Adelaide City Council’s Standard Operating Procedures for Events in the Park Lands.  The event will be responsible for restoring the park to its original condition at the end of the event.
Specifically Events South Australia has committed to undertaking the following Park Lands protection measures:

  • Hand watering will occur during the occupancy period.
  • Temporary buildings and structures will be elevated off the surface of the grass to minimise impact on the turfed areas of the Park Lands.

Can I expect noise where I live?

The Tour Village and Bike Expo will have a large screen showing footage from the day’s racing. While this is amplified sound, it is at a volume that has not caused issues previously and is not anticipated to cause any noise related issues for the 2016 event. There will be a stage with amplified sound on Saturday, 16 January 2016 for team presentations.

This will include presentations on stage and live music. The event organisers will have a Noise Mitigation Plan in place for this part of the event.

A letter box drop to residents and affected businesses two weeks prior to the event will detail the event and a process for any complaints. The event must also comply with the Adelaide City Council’s Noise Mitigation Standard Operating Procedures.

Is parking available at the event site?

On-site parking is not provided for this event. The closest public parking to this event is Upark on Grote Street. Public transport will be available to this event via tram and bus with set down locations adjacent to Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga.

I have already seen a poster or advertisement for this event. Has it already been approved?

Approval for an event requiring public consultation is only given after the consultation period has concluded and Council has had the opportunity to review the application and any submissions.
Adelaide City Council discourages any event from promotions prior to Council approval.