Adelaide jetty redevelopment to include hotel

The iconic but run down Glenelg jetty is to be brought back to its original “glory” in plans to be released within weeks.

The multi-million dollar proposal would include a boutique hotel a public pavilion and possibly a marine research centre.

Holdfast Bay councillors were given a preview of the plans, that have largely been inspired by the original jetty, by consultant Mott MacDonald last week.

The original jetty, built in the 1850s, was destroyed by a storm in April, 1948. the 215m jetty that stands today was built in 1969.

Mayor Stephen Paterson said “We’re trying to make a really unique place to visit, not just in Adelaide, but in Australia.”

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