Keep up to date with what's happening in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters with our latest media releases.
Presenting Adelaide’s only inner-city Wine & Ale Trail!
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has launched the Eastside Wine & Ale Trail, Adelaide’s only inner-city self-guided wine and ale trail showcasing a unique offering in the Council – three boutique cellar doors and a micro-brewery.
The Eastside Wine & Ale Trail provides an opportunity to experience some of South Australia’s finest wine and to taste some of Adelaide’s best boutique beer, without having to leave the city.
In recognising this unique offering in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, the Council has worked with local businesses to design a trail to bring people together to enjoy great wine and ale in four relaxed environments, whilst promoting these fantastic family-owned businesses.
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Mayor, Robert Bria, said that the launch of this new and unique initiative is an important milestone for Economic Development in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.
“The Eastside Wine & Ale Trail has been developed by the Council in collaboration with four local businesses – three boutique cellar doors and a microbrewery – who together, have allowed us to establish Adelaide’s only inner-city Wine & Ale Trail in our Council area,” said Mayor Bria.
“Along with the business owners from Amadio Wines, Little Bang Brewing Co, Signature Wines and Tidswell Wines, the Council is proud to be associated with this exciting initiative which we are sure will be a great success,” he said.
Get to know the great operators behind the four businesses involved in the initiative as you sip and sample your way along the trail:
- Amadio Wines, 461 Payneham Road, Felixstow
- Little Bang Brewing Co., 8A Union Street, Stepney
- Signature Wines, 31 King Street, Norwood
- Tidswell Wines, 14 Sydenham Road, Norwood
Media Enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria on 0431 754 077.
Photos: Available on request.
The excitement returns to Norwood!
Media Statement: 18 January 2017 - cancellation of Norwood on Tour Street Party Event - read media statement
Thousands of cycling fans will converge on The Parade, Norwood on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 January 2017 to celebrate the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under and the excitement that is Norwood on Tour.
Incorporating the official 2017 Santos Tour Down Under Bupa Challenge Tour and Bupa Stage 4 Start, Norwood on Tour will also feature an exciting street party the night before the race, offering food and wine, alfresco dining, live music and children’s entertainment.
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Mayor, Robert Bria, said it was fitting that Norwood would once again play a key role in Australia’s premier cycling event.
“Home to our State’s first velodrome, as well as the oldest cycling club in the Southern Hemisphere, Norwood has a well-deserved reputation as the ‘home of cycling’ in South Australia,” Mayor Bria said.
“The Council is delighted to have been selected to host to the Bupa Challenge Tour and the Bupa Stage 4 Start of the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under, as well as a unique street party in celebration of this fantastic international sporting event,” he said.
‘Norwood on Tour’ Street Party: Thursday 19 January, 5.00pm – 10.00pm
Bring your friends and family and be a part of the electrifying atmosphere of the ‘Norwood on Tour’ Street Party! This free family event will feature live music, delicious food and wine, performances and entertainment for all ages, including circus acts and workshops, henna tattoos, face painting and giant games.
Main stage entertainment
- 5.30pm – Georgy Rochow
- 7.00pm – The Winter Gypsy
- 8.00pm – Gumbo Ya Ya
- 9.00pm – Mr Buzzy Band
Bupa Challenge Tour: Friday 20 January, 6.30am & 9.15am
The Bupa Challenge Tour is the Santos Tour Down Under's annual mass-participation ride. Cycling enthusiasts will put their skills to the test from Norwood to Campbelltown on the Bupa Challenge Tour just hours before the professionals tackle Bupa Stage 4.
Bupa Stage 4 Start: Friday 20 January, 11.30am
See international cycling heroes kick off Bupa Stage 4 from The Parade at 11.30am, taking on 149.5 kilometres including Checker Hill for the Subaru King of the Mountain before looping around Birdwood, Springton and Mt Torrens before finishing in Campbelltown.
Thursday 19 January 2017 – 9.00am to 2.00am (following day)
- The Parade (northern and southern carriageways): from George Street to Edward Street (not including intersections)
Friday 20 January 2017 – 2.00am to 1.30pm
- The Parade (northern and southern carriageways): from Osmond Terrace to Portrush Road
- George Street: from The Parade to Webbe Street
- Edward Street: from The Parade to the entrance of Coles/Café Bravo car parks.
During the above road closures, West bound traffic and bus services will be diverted along Portrush Road, Magill Road and Osmond Terrace, back down The Parade, with the reverse for East bound traffic.
For more information, please visit www.npsp.sa.gov.au or contact the Council’s Events Unit on 8366 4527.
Media Enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria on 0431 754 077.
DAC gives Redlegs Clubrooms the ‘green light’
The Development Assessment Commission (DAC) has given the green light for the redevelopment of new clubrooms for the Norwood Football Club after deferring its decision last month.
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Mayor, Robert Bria, said he was pleased and relieved that the decision has come before Christmas, so that the Council and the Norwood Football Club can move into 2017 with a sense of momentum.
“Both the Council and the Club have worked hard on the project and Redlegs supporters have waited a long time for this moment, so we can now focus our energies on the demolition of the Baulderstone Stand in the New Year,” said Mayor Bria.
“There has been a lot of talk about new clubrooms and it’s great that we can now put this talk into action and construct what I believe we be an iconic facility for The Parade and the best in the SANFL.
“I am hopeful that the new clubrooms will be complete in time for the 2018 football season, which will also coincide with the 140th anniversary of the Norwood Football Club,” he said.
Norwood Football Club President, Paul Di Iulio, said he was delighted with the news and was looking forward to the Members’ facility, which will be known as the Wolf Blass Centre, being constructed.
“Norwood has, for far too long, been without its spiritual home and there is no doubt this new facility will serve the Football Club for many years to come and be a great community asset for all to use,” said Mr Di Iulio.
“The Club would like to take this opportunity to thank Wolf Blass for the significant personal contribution he has made to ensure this new facility is built and to also acknowledge the fantastic support which the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has provided the Norwood Football Club throughout this lengthy process,” he said.
“The Club has acted in good faith by making genuine compromises to address the concerns made by nearby residents during the assessment process, whilst also ensuring the facility will be available for a variety of uses outside of football,” said Mayor Bria.
The new clubrooms will cost an estimated $5.4 million, of which $2 million will be funded by the Council, with the remaining $3.4 million to be funded by the Norwood Football Club.
The Club’s contribution is comprised of $2 million which it will receive from the SANFL for the sale of AAMI Stadium, with the balance coming from the Club’s fundraising efforts.
Mr Di Iulio said the Club has already raised $1.1 million for the redevelopment and has number of other fundraising initiatives planned for 2017.
Further enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria on 0431 754 077 OR Paul Di Iulio on 0418 856 085.
Big T to headline the 2016 Twilight Carols & Christmas Market!
An open-air concert under the stars, the Twilight Carols & Christmas Market will have everyone singing along to their favourite Christmas carols with performances led by X Factor singing sensation, Big T, Peter Combe and the Australian Girls’ Choir (SA).
Hosted by the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, this free family friendly event invites all member of the community to share in the spirit of Christmas and the excitement which this time of the year has to offer.
“The Twilight Carols & Christmas Market is a celebration of Christmas for the local community, held in the delightful surrounds of Dunstone Grove-Linde Reserve in Stepney,” said City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Mayor, Robert Bria.
“It is always pleasing to see a great turn out at this event which brings together families and friends for an evening of carols, food and entertainment,” he said.
In addition to singing carols, the event also offers a unique Christmas Market featuring 50 market stalls, food and refreshments and a variety of activities and performances for children, including a special visit from Father Christmas.
Twilight Carols & Christmas Market
Date: Friday 9 December 2016
Time: 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Dunstone Grove-Linde Reserve, Stepney
For further information, please contact the Council’s Events Unit on 8366 4527.
Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard wins Planning Excellence Award
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard Project has received the Hard Won Victory accolade and a commendation from the Minister for Planning, in the 2016 Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) SA Awards for Planning Excellence.
The annual PIA Awards for Planning Excellence demonstrate leading practice, leadership and achievement in planning and the planning profession. The Hard Won Victory category award is conferred to a planning initiative, effort or leadership that has resulted in positive planning outcomes in the face of difficult circumstances.
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Mayor, Robert Bria, said the Council was proud to be acknowledged in the prestigious annual PIA Awards for its efforts in planning a major infrastructure project for broad community benefit.
“The Council has invested significant funding and resources to the Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard project, which aims to deliver improved safety and accessibility for cyclists and pedestrians and greater connectivity between the Adelaide CBD and the eastern suburbs,” said Mayor Bria.
“The Bicycle Boulevard is a key deliverable of the Council’s City-Wide Cycling Plan and promotes the Council’s commitment to maintaining well-designed, sustainable urban environments and an integrated, sustainable and active transport network,” he said.
In conferring the Hard Won Victory Award, the PIA Award judging panel acknowledged the Council’s significant achievement in balancing the provision of infrastructure to calm traffic, improve safety and accessibility for cyclists and pedestrians, whilst ensuring continued access for motorists.
“Through careful investigation of design options and constraints and collaboration with DPTI, local residents, business owners and other key stakeholders, the Council will ensure that responsive, innovative and technically grounded outcomes, that meet community needs, can be achieved,” Mayor Bria said.
The Council endorsed the final concept design for the Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard in June 2016. Implementation of the Stage 1 works will commence in early 2017.
For more information about the Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard project, visit www.npsp.sa.gov.au/beulahroad or contact the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters on 08 8366 4555.
For more information about the PIA Planning Excellence Awards, visit www.planning.org.au
Media enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria on 0431 754 077.