Welcome to the 5049 Coastal Community
The 5049 Coastal Community aims is to work harmoniously with the Community, Local and State Governments to achieve the best outcomes for the coastal suburbs of the 5049 postcode.
RETURN TO COUNTRY
Thursday 1 August
As the sun rose over the Kingston Park Foreshore Reserve and the Tjilbruke Spring this morning, Thursday 1 August 2019, the smoke rose from a ceremonial fire indicating the Kaurna people had returned to Tulukutangga, formerly their camping and ceremonial site, now known as Kingston Park. Continue reading here.
Saturday 31 August
Join us for a tree planting day at Marino Rocks Train Station.
Saturday 31 August
9am - 12noon
PREPARE CLIMATE CHANGE
Mon 5 August
Sustainability Super Session - Preparing for Climate Change - a Resilient South partner council session and open to residents of the Cities of Marion, Onkaparinga, Mitcham and Holdfast Bay.. Learn about local climate projects and find out how you can get ready for changes to our climate.
7pm - 8.30pm
Monday 5 Aug
Cooinda Neighbourhood Centre
245 Sturt Road, Sturt
For more events visit our What's On section.
SEACLIFF PARK DEVELOPMENT
5049 Coastal Community wish to work collaboratively and harmoniously in forming a consensus of decisions regarding the Seacliff Park Housing Development (also known as Lorenzin site or Cement Hill re-development).
CAFE AT THE HALL
Barista training is being offered in August for residents who wish to volunteer for a cafe to operate from Marino Community Hall on Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon mornings. Contact us if this interests you.
An extension to the quarry is planned towards Ocean Boulevard.
click here for more details. The quarry will continue for another 150 years , so lets make sure they achieve best environmental practice.
Visit our Campaign pages to find out more about whats on currently.
The 5049 Coastal Community (formerly Marino Residents Association) was established by local Marino residents in 1947. It has a rich history of campaigning on behalf of the community on key issues impacting residents. The name changed in August 2018 to reflect the inclusion of Seacliff into the Association and to better reflect our shared community.
We are fortunate to have the ongoing support of several local businesses and organisations who regularly sponsor our activities. Click on the images below to access their websites.