Not sure of what to do in Adelaide? Discover all the popular things to do in Adelaide like cruising along the Murray River, spotting wildlife along the way or head to Port Adelaide for kayaking and cruises where you can see dolphins. Visit historic Victor Harbor and its many attractions including the horse drawn tram, which takes passengers over the wooden causeway to the mainland. A Kangaroo Island tour is essential to any Adelaide visit, with the chance to see over 500 Australian Sea Lions and New Zealand Fur Seals.
Also, if you're in search of a way to give one of our experiences as a great gift for a family member, friend, loved one or more, be sure to check out our sister site Gift It Now! In addition, while you're looking for what to do in Adelaide, don't forget to check out all the things to do in our other popular regions such as Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast attractions, and much more! Plus, if you're looking for more information on what to do in South Australia, be sure to visit our state page!
Getting to Adelaide
One of the most popular ways to get to Adelaide is by air. Adelaide‚s award winning international airport is a mere 15-minute drive from the city centre. Keep in mind that there is a $2 levy on all taxi fares to the airport. The average fare you would be expected to pay from the city centre to the airport would be around $15. There is also a shuttle service to and from the airport, which costs $7.50 one way.
For more information, visit the shuttle service company website.
- Air New Zealand
- Malaysia Airline
- Singapore Airlines
- Cathay Pacific
- British Airways
- Tiger Airways
If you are looking to catch a bus into Adelaide then there are a number of coach companies that you can get in touch with to plan your trip. All interstate coaches arrive and depart at the Central Bus Station, which is located on Franklin Street, Adelaide.
For more information on travelling by coach visit Premier Stateliner, Greyhound or Fire Fly Express.
To make an adventure out of getting to Adelaide, consider getting there by train. Not only is it a great way to take in some spectacular views of the outback and experience the beauty of vast wilderness of Australia but you can also choose the level of luxury you would like to travel in as well. For more information on travelling by train, visit The Great Southern Rail.
Sit back, relax, and take your time driving to Adelaide. What better way to discover the area and its surrounds. Visit our car hire partner Vroom Vroom Vroom.