On 10 February 2017, Alexandrina Mayor Keith Parkes officially opened Cittaslow Corner. In the presence of State Member for Hammond, Adrian Pederick, acting Chief Executive Victoria MacKirdy, Cittaslow Goolwa President Margaret Gardner, Southern Alexandrina Business Association President Andrew Stewart, Alexandrina councillors and staff and Cittaslow Members, he marked the latest step in Goolwa's Cittaslow story. In a heritage building that was once the Council Chambers, Cittaslow Goolwa has now opened a new location to promote its activities. Meetings and other activities are held in this unique building.
Cittaslow Corner is on the corner of Cadell Street and Goolwa Terrace, in the central Goolwa heritage area. This building was also the focus point for the 10th Cittaslow International General Assembly which was held 9-12 May 2017.
As well as providing information about Cittaslow and Goolwa Alexandrina's involvement, visitors can purchase local produce. Business members of Cittaslow are then able to promote their produce, some of which is shown below.
Note that Cittaslow Corner is currently closed in line with government actions taken in response to the Coronavirus.