Adelaide Airport is located 8 kilometers from the City’s Central Business District (CBD) and upon arrival you will be greeted by various modes of transportation to your accommodation.
JetBus Airport Service: J1/J2 connects from the airport around the city every 15mins. A fare costs approx. $5.00 peak & $3.10 interpeak. JetBus is a public bus and luggage can be taken aboard if space permits. A Metro ticket can be purchased from news agencies located within the airport complex.
Skylink Adelaide: A regular service which drops travelers at specific destinations within the CBD area from the airport for approx. $12 one way. The timetable and online booking form can be found here.
Taxis are available outside the terminal and will cost approximately $15 - $20 for a trip from the airport to the CBD.
There are numerous hire car companies located within Adelaide Airport, including:
Adelaide Metro is the city’s public transportation system servicing the greater metropolitan area with buses, trains and trams. Please visit the website for additional information, including fares, routes and timetables.
Most hotels are located within walking distance of the conference, or close to bus and tram stops. There is a free City Loop (#99C) bus which runs every 15mins in clockwise and anticlockwise routes, stopping in all major cultural and commercial centres.
The famed Glenelg tramline extends from the Entertainment Centre, through the City CBD and out to the beachside suburb of Glenelg. Travel free within the city centre between North and South Terrace, however outside of this zone a ticket will need to be purchased.
The Connector Bus is a free bus service connecting all parts of Adelaide and operates every 60 minutes. In addition, the Connector Bus also features the world’s first solar electric bus TINDO. The Adelaide City Council timetable for both services can be found here.
All taxis in Adelaide accept major credit cards and cab charges. City taxi rank locations include: