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Welcome to one of Adelaide's most popular alfresco dining and shopping boulevards
Just 5 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, The Parade, Norwood is as famous for its café culture and diverse dining options as it is for its high street fashion, hair and beauty, gourmet food, and homewares and home furnishings.
The Parade, The Place for ... Living
t. (08) 8332 1228
Theatre Bugs is a performing arts school for kids aged 6 months to 18 years. Children learn about the magical world of theatre by way of vibrant musical performances and fun, innovative drama activities.
t. (08) 8333 0874
From humble beginnings in 1969 on Kensington Road, Gasbags has recently proudly relocated to Adelaide's best shopping address .. Norwood Parade .. from Burnside Village. Gasbags are Adelaide's specialist stockists of premium brand Handbags, Bags, Luggage, Business Bags, Wallets and Travel Accessories.
t. (08) 8362 2617
Since 1995 Pulse Auto have been assisting customers around Norwood and Adelaide's Eastern suburbs with all manner of vehicle servicing, including manufacturer log book services. Loan cars are available on request. Airconditioning regas and repair specialists. Electronic computer diagnosis to interface most modern car models. MTA & RAA approved repairer. Female friendly pink tick accredited.
t. 0466 158 453
An exciting shop brimming with quality kitchenware - your favourite brands at outstanding prices, plus Adelaide Cooking Classes. Adelaide's best value Cooking Experience Classes for the whole family : Junior Chef; Teenagers, Adult and Senior Chef classes. Learn a healthy skill and have FUN with others. Professional chefs cooking in-store daily.
Renowned for its vibrant cosmopolitan atmosphere and diverse mix of retail and services. The Parade is set to undergo a significant facelift, with the unveiling of a new-look logo and brand...
The Parade, Norwood..... a well known destination for all major events. The Parade is open 7 days a week, located only five minutes east of the Adelaide CBD.
Over 300 stores offering coffee, fashion, homewares, food, wine, hair and beauty.
Following consultation on the proposal to extend and increase the Separate Rate on The Parade, the City of Norwood Payneham &St Peters considered all of the feedback received from The Parade business community at its special meeting held on Tuesday 17 June 2014, and resolved to extend the Separate Rate on The Parade for a further 3 years and to increase the revenue collected each year to $200,000 (+CPI). Previously the amount raised was $150,000 per year (+CPI).
As such, the Norwood Parade Precinct Committee (NPPC) proposes that the increased revenue collected as part of the Separate Rate for The Parade, be added to the current proposed Marketing and Promotions strategy budget of $27,540 in its Draft NPPC 2014-2015 Annual Business Plan. Therefore, the proposed Marketing and Promotions strategy would be $67,420 in total.
The key objective of the Marketing and Promotions strategy is to brand and position The Parade as the ultimate shopping, dining and tourist destination and subsequently increase visitor number and spend.
The amended Draft NPPC 2014-2015 is now available.
A unique new sculpture entitled Spectrum, commissioned by the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and created by South Australian artist Craige Andrae has been installed on Osmond Terrace median strip at the junction of Osmond Terrace and Kensington Road, Norwood.
The art work, inspired by the cultural richness of the City, comprises of seven stainless steel rings up to five metres high with illuminated bands of coloured text on their inner circumferences. The fragment of text conveys the richness and depth of the region and its inhabitants. It is anticipated that this piece of artwork will challenge and engage the community and attract visitors.
Next time you are on The Parade, be sure to go to the junction of Osmond Terrace and Kensington Road to see this fantastic piece of art work.