Find Archie the Activity City Elf.

Archie the Activity City elf is on the loose in the city of Glenorchy and is guaranteed to be causing mischief for all our local businesses this festive season. Help us out by following our Activity City Facebook page and correctly guess which 10 local businesses Archie visits your chance to win a $100.00 Northgate Gift Card.

What we’re doing.

Supporting Glenorchy businesses

There’s so much productivity, diversity and value created here we don’t want anyone to miss it!

Support the people of Glenorchy

Activity City provides practical aid to those running local businesses and organisations.

Encourage Glenorchy people to buy local

A few simple changes in the way that we shop can do a lot for the businesses around us.

Equip business with the keys to success

We help organisations make the move into online to keep themselves healthy and productive.

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Accommodation & Food

Glenorchy businesses have adapted to COVID-19 restrictions in amazing ways, changing the way they do business, making new products, starting delivery services and taking orders online. You can find your favourite local café or discover a new food business, art shop, or find a place to start a new hobby. Head to our full directory to start your search.

The Daily British Cafe and Restaurant 

Opening a new business is no small feat. From setting up shop to attracting new customers, it takes a lot of effort and dedication.

Located on Wyndham Road in Claremont, Daily British Café and Restaurant is a new dining attraction bringing locals from far and wide to try their breakfast, lunch, dinners and every meal in between.

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