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Welcome to ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide

ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide – The Gallery with Heart
in the Historic Heart of The Port

We are recommended by TRIPADVISOR – and SATIC trusted business


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Fine Aboriginal Art * Fine Art *

Exhibitions *

Souvenirs * Collectibles * Gifts * Craft

Tourism SA

ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide is since January 2015 located at  Shop 3/ 70 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide SA 5015 which is in the heart of our historic Port.

All Art in our gallery is for sale and can be shipped Local, Interstate and Worldwide.

Fine Aboriginal Art

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We are very proud of our Aboriginal artist Janet Milera who was in July and August 2017 recipient of two International Awards for Exceptional Art for her life-size artwork of an emu with installation of genuine emu feathers, for her painting ‘Faithful Lily’, and a Special Merit Award for ‘Pinnacle of Life 2’ .
She is a proud Narungga, Kaurna & Adnyamathanha woman, born in Maitland, growing up at Point Pearce, and 6th generation of the MileraSansbury (Stansbury in history) – Wanganeen family.

The ASSP Gallery Port Adelaide acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide Plains and recognises that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today. The Gallery celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture and expresses its gratitude and respect to all the artists who create these works. The Gallery also pays respect to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting here from across Australia.
Members of Aboriginal communities are respectfully advised that some of the people mentioned in writing or depicted in photographs in the following pages have passed away. All such mentions and photographs on this website and our publications are with permission.
All Aboriginal Art is copyright-protected by law! Please do not download or share photographs of the artworks without our permission, you can send permission requests from our website contact form direct to us, please use as subject “Download/Sharing Request”.
Unless otherwise noted, all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander words mentioned in the pages are spelt as advised by the relevant cultural authority.

We have all year round exhibitions, most of the exhibitions are launched by VIP’s and most are free community events, invitations are published in the rubric “What’s On” on our website, social media and other marketing platforms.

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Culture – History – Tours – Sightseeing – Cruises – Leisure – Food & Drinks – Shopping – Accommodation

We are working closely with our Tourism network partners, are recommended by Tripadvisor and SATIC trusted business, we like to share our knowledge of Port Adelaide‘s history with you and show you beautiful places in our SA. Send your requests for guided tours and activities during your stay to our email

To find accommodation in Port Adelaide and surrounds check  HotelsCombined  and

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Together we are more powerful than single galleries!
Together we are more flexible to suit the variety of our visitors arts taste!
Together we save money when we pooling our marketing
Together we are able to have to attract investors, art lovers and visitors to the Port!
Together we keep us informed about things which are important for us!

Wanna hear more? Contact Sue by email to arrange a meeting.


We supervise exhibition installations up to 500 entries (early bookings essential).

Expression of Interest by Artists

We like to meet YOU no matter the colour of your skin or disability, age, established or upcoming. Arrange an appointment with Sue by email to

Marketing & PR Images For Businesses

As we work close with a local printing companies so we are able to provide you with a big range of artworks related to your business which then can be printed on a very impressive high-tech mediums, metal, wood, glass, mirrors, banners, billboards etc.
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How to find us

We are located by the former Central Hotel at the Black Diamond Square (to be not confused with Black Diamond Gallery and Black Diamond Place which are on the way down to the Lighthouse)  in opposite angle to the Port Admiral Hotel port admiral hotel -the oldest building in the Port btw- just before the traffic lights to St Vincent Street. If you can’t find us just give us a call to 0412924696 and we’ll guide you to ASSP.

By public transport

By train:
At Adelaide Railway Station follow the signs to the Outer Harbor train, alight at Port Adelaide and walk around 9mins down Commercial Rd (direction Lighthouse). After passing  Cash Converters and Smokemart you see the ASSP A-frames.

By Bus: 
Number 115 from the city is the quickest connection but lots of busses go to Port Adelaide so you could use a trip as sightseeing tour, please ask one of the friendly drivers for the bus number he/she recommend.
Alight at Commercial Rd and walk a couple of metres down to ASSP where Sue welcomes you.

Link to our location on Google maps:,+Port+Adelaide+SA+5015/@-34.8468748,138.5068288,17z/data=!4m8!4m7!1m2!1m1!1s0x6ab0c6e4e0c73ee9:0xd16165521f862324!1m2!1m1!1s0x6ab0c6e3badcc9f5:0x7d18ac7dd606b009!3e2

Some of our memberships:
Rotary Club Port Adelaide 
North West Business Alliance (NWBA)
Port Adelaide Historical Society
Port Community Arts Centre
NAVA (National Association for the Visual Arts)
SATIC (South Australian Tourism Industry Council)

We are supporter of Youth, People with a Disability, Community and Charities.


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