Where can I access the existing connected gig network?

Entrepreneurs and start-ups will have access to affordable and ultra-fast gigabit internet across key innovation precincts in Adelaide’s metropolitan region – from Gawler in the north, St Paul’s Creative Centre in the city, to Morphett Vale in the south.

GigCity will complement the roll out of the National Broadband Network and Adelaide City Council’s Ten Gigabit Adelaide in the city centre, offering more opportunities for start-ups and entrepreneurs to conduct business in South Australia.

See more information about the new locations coming soon.

  1. Tonsley Innovation Precinct

    Tonsley is Australia’s first innovation district that brings together world-class institutions and companies to connect with start-ups, business incubators and accelerators. This curated and collaborative environment is working to support a high-value industry, focusing on sectors – from health and medical devices, to renewable energy, clean technology and simulation.
    Contact Matthew Waltho 0421 097 524

  2. Technology Park

    Technology Park is a vibrant business community of innovative companies – from global organisations and established SMEs, to entrepreneurs. It is home to over 85 high technology companies in the defence and aerospace, advanced electronics and information communication technology sectors.
    Contact Grant Rench 0407 067 356

  3. Osborne Naval Shipbuilding Precinct

    Osborne Naval Shipbuilding Precinct is the centre of naval shipbuilding in Australia, home to two major, long-term defence projects and the confirmed build location for Australia’s next generation Future Submarines and Future Frigates. Current projects include sustainment of the Collins class submarine fleet and construction of the Air Warfare Destroyers.
    Contact Paul Bates 8248 9603

  4. TechInSA

    TechInSA is South Australia’s high-tech startup accelerator working closely with entrepreneurs and early stage companies to take innovative products and technologies to international markets. TechInSA provides access to grants and other funding, business assistance, networking opportunities, workshops and high-tech sector news.
    Contact Judy Halliday 08 8217 6400

  5. St Paul’s Creative Centre

    The St Paul’s Creative Centre is a collaborative co-working space for creative industries and arts sectors. The space is a centre for business skills incubation and mentoring services and promotes collaboration and connectivity through physical and digital clustering of arts and broader industry businesses and practitioners.
    Contact Elizabeth Reid 7320 3307

  6. Hub Adelaide

    Hub Adelaide is part of Australia’s largest co-working community for business and individuals. Located in Adelaide’s central business disctrict, Hub Adelaide provides a venue, resources and learning opportunities to enable entrepreneurs to scale a business for long term success.
    Contact Mahalia Barr-Mashei 1300 482 611

  7. Science Park

    Science Park is home to a number of firms engaged in medical consulting and research. Part of the Flinders University campus at Bedford Park, it makes use of its proximity to the university and the Flinders Medical Centre to attract a range of clients.
    Contact Peter Lockett 8201 2151

  8. Adelaide Smart City Studio

    Adelaide Smart City Studio identifies and generates commercial opportunities for creative innovators. Entrepreneurs and start-ups can get access to technology advice and support from some of the world’s leading technology companies and access Government and Council infrastructure and data to build and pilot compelling smart city solutions.
    Contact Josh Garratt 0412 153 280

  9. SA Film Corporation

    The South Australian Film Corporation is South Australia’s lead agency for the development, support and promotion of the state’s screen production sector. The space provides unique opportunities for international, national and local producers to create and deliver a diverse slate of feature film, television and online projects.
    Contact Angela Allison 8394 2005

  10. The Mill

    The Mill is a multi-artform creative incubator that programs and supports collaborative practice through developing new work and facilitating sustainable career pathways. It provides creative industry enterprises co-working and studio spaces.
    Contact Tim Watts [email protected]

  11. Carclew’s Fifth Quarter

    Carclew’s Fifth Quarter, located at Carclew House in North Adelaide, is an arts incubator that supports artists to establish viable arts businesses. It supports creative professionals to simultaneously pursue innovation as artists and entrepreneurs. Fifth Quarter connects artists with enterprise models, networks and business planning skills through a one-on-one coaching and residency program.
    Contact John Halpin 8267 5111

  12. Stretton Centre

    The Stretton Centre is a catalyst for innovation in northern Adelaide through research and development projects. The centre enables local job creation through using its facilities and working in collaboration with thinkers, networks and industry.
    Contact Dermot Cussen 0417 881 241

  13. Waite Research Precinct


  14. Noarlunga Innovation Centre


  15. North Terrace Cultural Precinct Innovation Hub


  16. TechStars Adelaide


  17. Allianz Centre Adelaide


  18. Lion Arts Centre


  19. Prospect Road Innovation Precinct


  20. Modbury Precinct


  21. Gawler Business Innovation Precinct


  22. The Innovation Grid


  23. Playford Creative Industries Precinct


  24. Northern Adelaide Food Park


  25. Australian Advanced Materials Manufacturing Precinct


  26. Hendon Innovation Precinct


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