co-able is conveniently located in Port Adelaide, a 20-minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD.
How to get to co-able
Shopping at a short distance
Just 50m down the road is Port Plaza shopping centre, with retailers including Kmart, Coles, Aldi, Liquorland, The Reject shop, Sportspower, Australia Post and Terry White Chemmart, just to name a few. The Plaza has a wide variety of dining options, such as Soonta, St. George’s Bakehouse, Sorriso Italian Restaurant, Boost Juice, The Pancake Kitchen, Sushi Hiro and the list goes on!
Getting to co-able
Curb Cuts and tactile pads
The fantastic team at City of Port Adelaide Enfield have been working to improve curb cuts all around the area. Several new curb cuts have recently been installed outside of co-able, making it easier to navigate the area. All new curb cuts have been fitted with tactile pads to assist people with visual impairments.
co-able is a convenient 20-minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD. There are 13 secure car parks onsite that are available to rent and plenty of non-metered and accessible street parking surrounding the building. More free car parking is available at Port Plaza, 50m from co-able.
Getting to co-able by train is super easy. Stop 38 is located on Commercial Road, which is only 300m from our front door. The path from the station is flat with great footpaths. The journey from the CBD to stop 38 is only 21 minutes. Trains run every half hour. Head to Adelaide Metro to plan your journey.
Coming to co-able by bus? You will find bus stops only 30m from our front door heading in every direction. Head to Adelaide Metro to plan your journey.
Getting dropped off
If you’re getting a lift to co-able, there’s plenty of space around the building for drop off and pick up. We even have a large undercover car park sheltered from the elements, which can be accessed if it’s raining.
BY SOPHIE BERRILL co-able in Port Adelaide is a rare building that emerged out of a need to provide a fully accessible environment to allied health tenants and their clients. Now co-able sets the benchmark for accessible fitouts as it continues to adapt to the needs of its users. Shane Hryhorec was in the early…