A public forum on the Seacliff Park Housing Development, known locally as Cement Hill, is being held on Thursday 19 September.
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.
Kaurna Nation in partnership with the City of Holdfast Bay will hold a three day Repatriation Ceremony at the Kingston Park Coastal Reserve to lay to rest several Old Peoples remains which have been returned for reburial to country from the Natural History Museum, United Kingdom and the South Australian Museum.
Locals in Marino celebrated 2019 Neighbour Day on Sunday 31 March at O'Connell Reserve. Over 25 people attended.
The overall development design and plans for the Seacliff Park Development (also known as the Lorenzin site or Cement Hill re-development) are a closed shop. However the Association has written to the Developer to develop a productive relationship with them as they will be a significant part of our community for years to come.