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Marine and Harbours Hotel

293 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, South Australia

The Marine and Harbours Building was constructed in 1979 for a state government department which oversaw shipping permits and customs-related work. It fell vacant after 20 years and unoccupied until Kite bought it to renovate and refurbish as a retro boutique hotel as part of the Dock One masterplan. The innovative accommodation will include floating suites on the Port River.

With a rich cultural history of migration and overseas trading, Port Adelaide is seeing a resurgence as a hub for government, defence and private sector investment. Many businesses are relocating including Pirate Life microbrewery and Kangaroo Island Gin, who are seeing the huge potential in the area. The Marine and Harbours will cater for increased numbers of tourists, visitors and corporate guests when the hotel opens in mid-2023.

Development Features
  • Retro boutique hotel through the refurbishment of former Marina and Harbours Building
  • Restaurant
  • Roof-top bar
  • Conference facilities
  • Food and beverage
  • Open air cinema
  • 150 guest rooms
  • 10 floating river suits

Type

Hotel, food and beverage

Dwellings

150 guest rooms and 10 floating river suites

Project launch

April 2021

Status

Construction beginning April 2022

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