The defendant, Paul Anthony Fox (24), appeared at Port Adelaide Magistrates Court on Monday morning, where his bail application was refused.
He has been remanded in custody and will appear via video link on June 20.
Mr Fox is also due to appear in court on July 18 to answer the charge.
The Clonoe man, whose address was given as Croydon Park in Adelaide, offered no plea at a hearing last week.
The alleged victim is Robbie Corrigan, also from Tyrone. Mr Corrigan, 22, was rushed to hospital with serious injuries in the early hours of Easter Sunday morning, April 8.
Mr Corrigan, from Galbally in Tyrone, was allegedly stabbed five times in the chest.
He underwent emergency surgery after the incident and his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
The mother of the victim, Eithne Corrigan, is understood to have flown to Australia to be by her son’s bedside last week.
The incident took place at a private home in suburban Flinders, Adelaide. It is not yet clear if the two men were known to each other prior to the stabbing, or what the motive behind the assault was.
Mr. Fox was also charged with intentionally causing harm several hours earlier.