Radiating charm and charisma rarely found within a stone’s throw of the CBD, Hutt Street lies at the heart of the city’s south-eastern corner where a vibrant blend of cafés, restaurants and businesses meet a quaint residential community.
Offering easy access to a range of products and services along one of Adelaide’s most picturesque streets, it’s the perfect place to live and work, meet with friends for a coffee, or simply shop and enjoy the cosmopolitan lifestyle, only minutes from the heart of the city.
The Hutt Street Precinct Association welcomes the local community and business owners to become official members as representatives of the diverse Hutt Street way of life. Find out more here
It's always exciting to see new businesses moving into the precinct, particularly ones such as Physique Pilates.
With classes ranging from those starting out through to the more specific focus on corporate health, you will be guaranteed to find a class which suits your specific needs.
Suffering from aches & pains? They also have a team of highly qualified physiotherapists to assist with surgery recovery, sporting injuries or postural or overuse injury.
For more details on the vast range of services they offer, click here.
Thanks to the hard work and contribution of Hutt St businesses and property owners, an interim Business Plan has been developed for FY15/16 detailing five key priorities:
High quality streetscape
Marketing & Promotions
Identity & Character
We invite you to download your own copy of the Business Plan here and join us in implementing the plan through The Hutt Street Challenge. Your challenge is to give up 30 minutes a week for the next 3 months to help achieve the individual actions listed in the Business Plan.
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Heading to the Christmas Pageant this year?
The atmosphere continues in Hutt St after the event so why not come along and enjoy yourself a relaxing coffee, breakfast or brunch at one of our amazing cafes or restaurants while you wait for the traffic to clear & let the little ones be entertained thanks to The Hutt Street Precinct Association & Hutt St Traders.
This year we have free face painting & balloon artistry from Mad Hatterz Parties plus some fantastic juggling & acrobatic routines from Josh Croall, so come on down to BIGA Cafe on the corner ...
You are cordially invited to attend the 28th Annual General Meeting of the Hutt Street Precinct Association.
When: 6.00pm, Wednesday 26th August 2015.
Where: Upstairs, The Arab Steed Hotel 241 Hutt Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Councillor Alex Antic will be the guest speaker, sharing his reflections on his first months in Adelaide City Council. Members, Stakeholders and friends of the Precinct are invited to stay at the completion of the AGM to enjoy some light refreshments and drinks.
New members and committee nominations are welcome.
For catering purposes, ...
Get On Board!
Saturday 29th August 2015
SALA ON HUTT Arts & Culture Bus Tour
Bookings Essential…16 Seats Available…Bus Fare $20 pp
11:45 am meet Travellers Inn (220)…walk to Laksa House (214)
12:00 pm board bus proceed to the Box Factory Community Centre (59) Regent Street South (off Halifax)
12:25 pm board bus proceed to Southcott (243) Halifax Street and Glen Hawke Photography (244) Halifax Street
12:45 pm board bus proceed (via Caldwell Street) to Southcott (285) Gilles Street
Join us in celebration of our 11th SALA ON HUTT art exhibition titled. “REPRISE”. You are cheerfully invited to take a leisurely stroll along Hutt, Halifax and Gilles Streets and embrace the creative talents of some of South Australia’s amateur, emerging and established artists.
Original artworks in diverse mediums will be showcased in the windows and interiors of business premises during the SALA Festival, 1-31st August 2015. Artworks at affordable prices will be for sale and pieces sold may be collected after the closure of the Festival, or alternatively by ...
Interested in getting involved with your local community, and standing up for your area’s attractions and natural heritage – all while enjoying yourself in Adelaide’s great outdoors?
Rymill Park is currently under threat due to the State Government’s recently-announced plans to extend the O-Bahn busway through the heritage listed parkland area, located on East Terrace.
The proposed extension would not only create a four-lane, dual carriage highway through the middle of one of Adelaide’s best family picnic areas would have ramifications for business and ...