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Transport

Getting to Adelaide

Plane - Adelaide boasts Australia’s newest international airport and is serviced by six international and four domestic carriers, with regular direct flights to and from all major Australian cities. Adelaide Airport is approximately 20 minutes by taxi to the Adelaide Convention Centre. 
  
Train - Keswick Railway Terminal is approximately three kilometres from Adelaide’s city centre, and is serviced by the Overland to Melbourne four times per week, the Indian Pacific between Perth and Sydney twice a week and the Ghan, which runs from Adelaide to Alice Springs and Darwin.  See www.railaustralia.com.au for more information.
  
Road - South Australia has a good network of public roads and highways to navigate if you are driving to Adelaide. National highways leading to Adelaide include the Sturt Highway (A20), Dukes Highway (A8), and Eyre Highway (A1). 
  
Coach - Several coach carriers service the Adelaide Central Bus Station, located in Franklin Street, Adelaide, from other Australian capital cities and regional centres. Carriers include Greyhound, Premier Stateliner and Vline.

Getting Around Adelaide

Airport Shuttle -The Adelaide Airport is situated 7km from the central business district and major hotels. An Airport City minibus runs between the airport and major hotels every half hour from 7.00am – 10.00pm (hourly on weekends) at a cost of approximately AUD$15.00.

Taxis - A taxi from the airport to the city is approximately AUD$20.00.
Suburban Taxi -   131 008
Yellow Cabs -   132 227
Adelaide Independent Taxi - 132 211 

Tram Runs - Adelaide Metro Trams run from Glenelg and to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Port Road. For more information please call, + 61 (08) 8210 1000 or visit the website www.adelaidemetro.com.au.
Monday to Friday: 8.00am – 5.35pm (every 8 minutes on average). 
Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays: 9.00am – 6.00pm (approximately every 15 minutes).
Other Times (to Midnight): Approximately every 20 minutes.