Friday 10th Dec

Family picnic on the beach.

Official opening by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson, Governor of South Australia.

The arrival of the One and All.

Surf Culture Art Exhibition Opening,

Cafes and restaurants, local food & beverages, artwork, photography,

Community BYO Solar light show on the Jetty & Foreshore.

Local school Children’s Art.

Port Noarlunga Jetty Art and Photography throughout the cafes and restaurants.

Saturday 11th Dec

Saturday morning and aquatic activities, Surf Life Saving Club training, The Adelaide Mermaids, snorkelling, diving, kayaking, canoeing, sup’s, artists and mandalas.

Learn the history of jetty at local cafes, restaurants, and shops.

History of Surf in Noarlunga and Jetty footage at the Arts Centre.

Underwater virtual reality daily at Cheffey Chelby’s, The Flour Store becomes the Old Tea House and

Christies Sailing Club will Yacht Race.

The evening kicks off with Rap artist and DJ followed by a Fancy Dress Parade judged by Drag queens. The Southern Sisters will lead everyone up to the village for a great evening at the cafes and restaurants.

Sunday 12th Dec

Sunday morning is RECOVERY DAY. Bring a thermos or grab your favourite coffe and join us at the foreshore with your deck chair or join in with one of the activities.

Charity Volley ball match, Beach Yoga, Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries, Cars on Coast at Becks Bakehouse. Suedan play live at the Jetty and Official Historic Community Photograph exhibition.

We say goodbye to the One and All with The Shanty Choir.

Continue celebrating.

Head to the Christies Sailing Club to watch a band or Old Noarlunga Market Square to enjoy the Christmas carols.

TRADITIONAL LAND OWNERS

We acknowledge the Kaurna Nation and its people as the Traditional Owners and custodians of the land and waters in the area now known as the City of Onkaparinga.
We understand the Port Noarlunga area to be of high cultural value to Kaurna and other Aboriginal people. From the coastal dunes to the Onkaparinga River and its estuary, the area is rich with Kaurna cultural history, story, meaning and connection. The word Onkaparinga is derived from Nangkiparringga meaningwomen’s river place. The Port Noarlunga area is also strongly tied to the Tjilbruke dreaming story. One of the four Tjilbruke Dreaming Track cairns in the
Onkaparinga region is now located in Tutu Wirra Reserve, on Witton Bluff, commemorating the nearby spring site created by Tjilbruke on his journey down
the coast.

OLD JETTY – NEW JETTY

The first jetty at Port Noarlunga was constructed for coastal trade. Work on this jetty commenced in 1854 and on its completion the following year was known as Port Onkaparinga. Local produce including barrels of wine and wheat were bought down by barge from Old Noarlunga to Port Noarlunga before being loaded onto ketch sailing ships, the transport of the day.

JETTYFEST100

Jettyfest is a 3 Day Festival celebrating the role Port Noarlunga Jetty has played in all our lives. South Australians, visitors from Interstate and Overseas have engaged in a variety of activities or interests on, under , above or around Port Noarlunga Jetty and surrounding area creating their own fond memories of Port Noarlunga and surrounds. Come along to JETTYFEST100 in 10-12 December 2021 to hear stories, document your own, create new ones. Immerse yourself in the wonderful abundance of natural environment, pause for a moment to consider the fast paced progressive changes that have happened over 100 years and reflect on how we may embrace a future where a visit to Port Noarlunga Jetty ends in even more great memories. It already looks promising. Friends of Gulf St Vincent are measuring water quality control through their Secchi program and Port Noarlunga has a great report.

ONE & ALL

ONE & ALL SAILING SHIP

sails into Port Noarlunga Friday 10th December 2021

Port Noarlunga Jetty

EARLY MOTNING PORT NOARLUNGA JETTY

SCUBA DIVING, SNORKELLING, SWIMMING – PORT NOARLUNGA JETTY STAIRS PROVIDE EASY ACCESS TO PORT NOARLUNGA REEF