Project Information

The City of Adelaide has identified Gouger Street as a major project as part of its Main Streets Revitalisation Program.

Located in the heart of Adelaide, Gouger Street is a lively and diverse cultural centre that attracts both locals and visitors. Known for its dynamic dining scene, bustling markets, and rich cultural heritage, including the iconic Adelaide Central Markets and Chinatown, the project will ensure Gouger Street remains an inviting destination into the future.

The Gouger Street project area spans from King William Street to Morphett Street, considering technical feasibility, budget constraints and existing Council assets. The project scope will encompass a variety of design elements including upgrades to roads and footpaths, public art opportunities, improvements to parking, safety and connectivity enhancements, landscaping and more.

Throughout the duration of the project, we are dedicated to engaging with the community and gathering valuable feedback. We will offer various avenues for participation including one on one conversations, face to face meetings, information sessions, construction drop-ins, surveys and regular updates.

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For more information, please visit the Gouger Street Project website where you can also register for Project updates.

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Gouger Street Vision and Design Principles Survey

Please review the project vision and design principles HERE and let us know your thoughts in the following survey.

Survey closes 5:00pm, Friday 31 May 2024.

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Gouger Street Revitalisation Online Survey

Feedback closes 5pm, Wednesday 3 April 2024

The Gouger Street Revitalisation project has an allocated budget of $15m, and the project area extends from King William Street to Morphett Street and includes the space between buildings but excludes their facades and adjoining side streets. The project opportunities to be considered are road and footpath upgrades, public art opportunities, precinct parking improvements, safety and connectivity enhancements and landscaping.

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