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Getting around Adelaide

Transport

Adelaide is well-serviced by trains, trams and buses. If you’re in town for a holiday, convention or business, a good option is the Adelaide Metro Visitor Pass.

The pass includes unlimited travel for three consecutive days as well as a visitor pack with maps and travel guides. If you’re staying longer, no problems – the Visitor Pass can be recharged with normal Metrocard fares to help you get to where you want to go. For more information, visit the Adelaide Metro website.

Adelaide Metro Bus

If you wish to use public transport to/ from Adelaide Airport, Adelaide Metro offers an express double decker bus service called JetExpress between the airport and the city.

Adelaide Metro also offers a convenient JetBus service to Glenelg, West Beach and the City, servicing all stops en route.

Both JetExpress and JetBus are Metroticket services. Single trip and daytrip tickets can be purchased from bus drivers.

Click the links above for more information to find your closest service stop. Alternatively call Adelaide Metro Infoline 08 8210 1000.

Pick up and drop off is from the bus stop located on the left hand side of the plaza as you leave the Terminal. Click here for Adelaide Airport ground’s map.

Shuttle Bus

Airport City Shuttle offers a Door to Door service from Adelaide Airport to Adelaide Hotels and Businesses. Group discounts are available.

Booking are not needed, please follow instructions below:

On arrival please make your way to the Information and Tourism Bookings Booth located on the ground floor of the terminal in a central location. The friendly staff will help you with your booking and inform you of the next shuttle time (approximately every half hour).

City Shuttle Bus operating hours are as follows:

Monday – Friday from 8am – 9pm.

Saturdays from 8am – 6pm.

Sundays from 8am – 5pm.

The cost is $10 per person each way. Contact City Shuttle for more information on Group bookings 0433 533 718.

Taxi

Taxis are a convenient way to get to and from the airport. There is a designated taxi rank located at the left of the pedestrian plaza as you walk out of the terminal. Concierges provide a safe environment and allocate taxis to passengers. They can also organise taxis with baby capsules, wheelchair access, five-seaters and maxi taxis for larger groups or station wagons for large amounts of baggage,

There is a $2 levy added to fares for taxis leaving the airport.

Click here for Adelaide Airport ground’s map.

Rental Car

Hiring a rental car at Adelaide Airport gives you the freedom control your own schedule and explore what South Australia has to offer. Car rental desks are located on the ground level of the terminal adjacent to the baggage claim area. Parking for car rentals is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park.

The following companies have desks at the airport:

AVIS | www.avis.com.au

Budget | www.budget.com.au

Europcar | www.europcar.com.au

Hertz | www.hertz.com

Thrifty | www.thrifty.com.au

RedSpot Sixt | www.redspot.com.au

Your car rental company will direct you to the correct parking location to pick up your vehicle. To drop off your car rental, follow the signage to the car rental area on the ground floor of the multi-level car park.

For any queries on the car rental parking arrangements at Adelaide Airport, please contact your car rental company.

Trams

The Glenelg tram extends from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Port Road, Hindmarsh, via the city centre, all the way through to Glenelg beach. Two zones offer free travel – the city centre zone (anywhere between the South Terrace stop and the Entertainment Centre stop) and the Jetty Road, Glenelg zone (from the Brighton Road stop to the Moseley Square stop).

Outside of this zone, you'll need to purchase a ticket. You can find all route and timetable information on the Adelaide Metro website.