As a destination in itself and gateway to The Outback and Kangaroo Island, Adelaide has a solid range of access options.
The city is easily accessed from international, regional and rural locations by a variety of manners.
Adelaide Airport is only 7km from the city centre. Catch a taxi or the Jet Express bus (J1 or J2) running every 15 min to make it into town.
Adelaide Airport Flyer offer a $10 pp shuttle service between airport and city and if there are large numbers, we can accommodate passengers outside our normal operating times. You can visit our website at www.northernflyer.com.au or ring us on 0433533718 or 0883859967 for information and/or bookings.
The Adelaide Central Bus Station operates from 6am – 9:00pm, 7 days a week for buses servicing regional areas and interstate destinations.
Adelaide is a hub for three iconic train journeys: the legendary Ghan (Adelaide – Alice Springs – Darwin), the Indian Pacific (Perth – Adelaide – Sydney) and the Overland (Adelaide – Melbourne).
Tickets can be booked through Great Southern Rail, and trains arrive and depart through the Adelaide Parklands Terminal (Keswick Terminal).
Ride with Uber from the Aiport. At Adelaide Airport, exit the terminal and follow the signs to the Ride Share pickup area, which is located across the forecourt and to the left of the multi-level car park. Fares from the Airport to the CBD start from $17.