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Adelaide Airport is eight kilometres
(five miles) from the centre of the city,
a 15-minute drive. Adelaide Airport’s
passenger terminal ser vices regional,
domestic and international travellers in one
building. The state-of-the-art facility is one of
Australia’s most modern, customer friendly
There is a A$2 levy on all taxi fares departing
Adelaide Airport. The average taxi fare from
the city centre to the airport is A$20.
Adelaide Airport Flyer offers airport transfers
from the outer suburbs and surrounding
areas of Adelaide (must be pre-booked).
JetExpress links the airport and the city.
JetBus links the airport and the city and
All interstate trains arrive and depart from
Adelaide Parklands Terminal which is three
kilometres (two miles) west of the
city centre. Local taxis meet every train.
The Indian Pacific operates between
Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.
The Ghan operates between Adelaide,
Alice Springs and Darwin.
The Overland operates between
Melbourne and Adelaide.
See pages 44-45.
All interstate and regional coaches arrive
and depart from the Central Bus Station at
85 Franklin Street, Adelaide.
Greyhound Coaches has connections
to Adelaide from most major Australian
cities and offers travel passes designed
for independent travel.
Firefly Express also operate services from
Melbourne and Sydney (via Melbourne) to
For regional bus services visit
Adelaide is easily accessed by air with direct flights from Alice Springs, Brisbane, Cairns,
Canberra, Dar win, Gold Coast (Coolangatta), Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney. Regional Express
(Rex) operates daily flights from Melbourne to Mount Gambier.
QANTAS WALKABOUT PASS
There is so much to see and do in Australia! If you book the Australian domestic flights at the
same time as the Qantas international flights, you could save with the Qantas Walkabout Pass.
With the Qantas Walkabout Pass customise your trip and get a great deal on all Australian
domestic flights. With more than 30 destinations to choose from, the Qantas Walkabout Pass
is a great way to see more and save. To book your domestic flights and benefit from the Qantas
Walkabout Pass savings, choose the multi-city option when making the Qantas international
For more information go to www.qantas.com.au
DOMESTIC AIR TRAVEL – DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM ADELAIDE
APPROX FLIGHT DURATION
AIR NEW ZEALAND
5 FLIGHTS PER WEEK
4 hours 50 minutes
DENPASAR/BALI TIGERAIR (from 23 March 2016) 5 FLIGHTS PER WEEK
DENPASAR/BALI JE TSTAR
5 hours 20 minutes
DAI LY (from 16 May 2016)
13 hours 50 minutes
12 hours 20 minutes
5 FLIGHTS PER WEEK
8 hours 40 minutes
KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA AIRLINES
INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAVEL – DIRECT FLIGHTS TO ADELAIDE
Within South Australia Regional Express
(Rex), QANTASLink and Sharp Airlines
offer daily services to regional areas
including Kingscote on Kangaroo Island,
Port Lincoln, Ceduna and Whyalla on
Eyre Peninsula, Mount Gambier in
Limestone Coast, Port Augusta in the
Flinders Ranges and Coober Pedy and
Olympic Dam in the Outback.
Lockers for storing luggage are located
near the car rental offices on the ground
floor of the multi-level car park at Adelaide
Airport. Check luggage allowances for
regional airlines upon booking.
Regional Air Travel from Adelaide
For coach charters please contact one of the
With its central position on the continent of
Australia, South Australia is a great self-drive
destination from or to interstate cities.
For suggested interstate and regional
self-drive itineraries, see pages 32-43
Approximate drive times and distances can
be found on the map on the inside cover
and in each regional section.
For a list of car hire companies in
South Australia, see page 59.
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