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Art of Glass Exhibition now open at The Gallery


The City of NPSP is a living art gallery of colour and creativity and a new exhibition at The Gallery, St Peters, highlights how stained glass colours our world.

At the Art of Glass Exhibition learn about ancient and contemporary stained glass and its artistic changes over time.  Book one of our creative experiences - local tours, workshops, and live glass making demonstrations.  Perhaps purchase a bespoke piece of your very own!  

To find out more, visit: Art of Glass Festival

ANZAC Day Public Holiday


Council facilities will be closed on ANZAC Day, Thursday 25 April.

In the event of a Council-related emergency you can contact the Council for any non-life-threatening emergencies, such as a fallen tree or stormwater flooding, on our after-hours emergency number: 8366 4555.

If you have a life-threatening or emergency situation dial Triple Zero (000).


Our Libraries will be closed on ANZAC Day, but you can access plenty of reads, movies, learning opportunities and virtual activities from home! Visit: Online catalogue

Do you have a book to return? Items can be returned via the after-hours chutes which are located at the St Peters Library and Payneham Library.

ANZAC Dawn Services

The Payneham RSL Club will host Dawn Services to commemorate the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who served and died in war and on operational service.

Payneham RSL:

Start time: 6:15am

Location: The Cross of Sacrifice Memorial, Eastern side of OG Road, Felixstow (next to the Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre).

Norwood RSL:

Start time: 6:00am

Location: Norwood Memorial, Osmond Tce, Norwood (near The Parade).

For more information, visit:

Road Closure Notification 

I declare that the ‘ANZAC Day Event Norwood’ is an event to which this section applies and that the following road be closed to traffic between 4.00am and 8.30am on Thursday 25 April 2024:
Within the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters:

  • Osmond Terrace, Norwood between The Parade and a point approximately 160 metres south.

I direct that persons taking part in the ‘ANZAC Day Event Norwood’ on the above road be exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behaviour on roads. TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE NOTICE UNDER SECTION 17 (3) ROAD TRAFFIC ACT, 1961

I further declare that the ‘ANZAC Day Event Norwood’ to be conducted at Norwood is a ‘temporary purpose’ to which this section applies.
I direct that a 25 km/h speed restriction will apply to the following road between 4.00am and 8.30am on Thursday 25 April 2024:
Within the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters:

  • Osmond Terrace, Norwood between The Parade and a point approximately 80 metres north
  • The Parade, Norwood between a point approximately 30 metres west and east of Osmond Terrace.
  • Osmond Terrace, Norwood between a point approximately 160 metres south of The Parade and a point approximately 190 metres south of The Parade

I also hereby authorise Altus Traffic Management or its agents and contractors to install and remove, or cause the installation and removal of necessary and appropriate traffic control devices for the conduct of this event.

AFL Gather Round is set to deliver a huge economic windfall for local economy


The recent AFL Gather Round is set to provide a massive boost to Norwood’s economy for the second year in a row with local traders taking advantage of the huge swell of interstate visitors.

The Council is delighted so many businesses were able to be a part of the Gather Round, by either directly participating in the Norwood Food and Wine Festival or countless other events and activities.  

To find out more, visit: Media Release 

Sensor technology to monitor car parking in Webbe Street


In order to ensure a high turnover of vehicles and encourage more visitors to South Australia’s Premier Mainstreet, the Council will be installing “overstay detection system sensors” on the ground floor of the Webbe Street carpark.  The sensor data will be collected in real time and if the maximum time is exceeded, an alert is sent to the Council’s Compliance Officer Regulatory Services Team, who will issue an expiation fine.

The sensors will be installed on 22 April 2024.

To read more about the Council’s Smart City initiatives, visit: Smart City Updates

Image: Duncan Solutions

Gather Round Hoyts for an inclusive and safe cinema experience!


Footy fans who have additional sensory needs are encouraged to join in the fun of the Gather Round by watching the matches played on Norwood Oval live on the big screen at Hoyts on The Parade. The Council and Hoyts have teamed up to provide a cinema that is sensitive to patrons who are autistic or have other sensory sensitivities. Make sure you don’t miss out and book your FREE tickets online now.

To find out more about this initiative, visit: Media Release

AFL Gather Round road closures


The AFL Gather Round is a fantastic community event. There will be a few temporary road closures to ensure it is safe and successful for everyone involved.

To find out more about the road closures, visit: AFL Gather Round 

Don’t miss out on exclusive Gather Round events in our City


There is just over a week until the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters erupts with the excitement, anticipation and energy of the AFL Gather Round and there is still the opportunity to secure tickets to two exclusive events as part of the Council’s Festival of Footy.

To find out more, visit: Media Release or AFL Gather Round

Finalists announced in the 2024 Eastside Business Awards


The finalists in the 2024 Eastside Business Awards can today be revealed following a record number of business being nominated.

The Awards continue to gain significance and momentum and 2024 is proving to be another resounding success for operators and traders in Adelaide’s East.

To find out more, visit: Eastside Business Awards

Read out latest: Media Release

Record number of businesses nominated in Eastside Business Awards


Each year, the Council’s Eastside Business Awards continue to gain momentum and this year is proving to be a resounding success with a record number of local businesses nominated.

For the first time the Council will also be introducing a Legends category, which will seek to recognise those businesses that become three time winners of a category.

Finalists to be announced on Wednesday 27 March.

To find out more, visit: Eastside Business Awards

Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre Redevelopment Update!


The Council can today announce exciting news about the redevelopment of the Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre. 

The much-loved Centre is one step closer to being completed following the selection of Badge Constructions to undertake the redevelopment.

To find out all the details about the major project, view the new concept images, see our interactive fly-through or to read the FAQs, visit: Major Projects

View the media release here: Media Release