Flight - Be sure to check with your travel
agent for the best fares. With the airline wars right
now you should receive some very good rates. Also
check for package deals that include room, flight
and car rental in one price. There can be some substantial
savings there too.
Adelaide Airport is very passenger
friendly and has shopping, dining and business services
available for its patrons. If you need assistance
there are many information desks located throughout
the airport and they will help you if they can. You
will find anything you need in the airport to begin
your wonderful stay in the city.
Travelling to your hotel from the airport can be
accomplished in a number of ways. If your hotel offers
a shuttle this is one of easiest ways to get back
and forth so check with them to see if they do. One
of the nicest ways to travel about Adelaide is by
the Ghan Track. It is on of the great train journeys
of the world. There are also many other ways to get
around the area. All the major Car Rental
Agencies service the area and Adelaide has
a taxi service for your convenience, too. The city
also has metropolitan buses and trains and a tram.
There are also good cycling tracks and bicycle lanes.
The Adelaide Connector is a free
free bus service with facilities such as hospitals,
universities, schools, community services and shopping
precincts. There are two Free Bus Services available
in Adelaide . The City Loop and the Beeline. City
Loop passes all of the main attractions, shops and
cultural districts of Adelaide . This is a great way
to see the city. The Beeline starts at Adelaide Railway
Station and runs from Monday - Thursday 7.40am , 7.50am
, 8.00am - 6.00pm , leaving every 5 minutes. Friday
As above with the additional 6.10 - 9.20, leaving
every 10 minutes and Saturday 8.30am-5.30pm , leaving
every 15 minutes. For more information contact the
Adelaide City Council Customer Centre, 25 Pirie Street
, Adelaide . Phone: 8203 7203. If they can help you
in any way please feel free to contact them.