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Public Transport and How to Get Around Adelaide
The best way to get around Adelaide is with the city’s public transport system. Purchase and metroCard Visitor Pass and get access to the city’s trains, trams, and buses. It gives you three days of unlimited travel for $26.60 per person. You can also use the card to travel from the airport once your flights to Adelaide have landed..
Adelaide's rail network is a great way to get around Adelaide if you want to explore destinations outside of the city centre. The trains depart every 20-30 minutes and stop at places like Port Adelaide and Semaphore.
If you're staying inside Adelaide's city centre, the tram service is a convenient way to get around within the city. The service runs every 10-15 minutes from 7:00 am to midnight every day.
For budget travellers, you can explore Adelaide with the free City Connector bus service. It runs in the city centre, and there are multiple loops you can take that run every 15 to 30 minutes. There is also Adelaide's JetExpress bus that runs to and from Adelaide Airport (ADL) on the weekdays.
Taxis are the most convenient way to get from Adelaide Airport (ADL) to the city. You can use metered taxis or a ride-sharing service like Uber.
If you want more freedom getting around the city, you can rent a car from Adelaide Airport (ADL). Your hire car can be booked in advance on Webjet so it is ready for you to pick up upon arrival.
The Best Time to Visit Adelaide
The best time to visit Adelaide is between March and May. While March sees airlines increasing prices for flights to Adelaide, it's when the city hosts its top festivals. If you want to avoid the price hike in airfare to Adelaide, plan your trip after March. The prices drop to make up for the seasonal lull, and you'll have an easier time finding deals on flights to Adelaide.
Another good time of year to visit Adelaide is in the autumn. From September to November, temperatures warm up again, and the city's flowers are in bloom. You'll also have an easy time finding cheap flights to Adelaide. For budget travellers, the best time to travel to Adelaide is between June to August. The chilly winter temperatures and rainstorms keep most travellers away. However, if you can handle the cold, you'll be rewarded with deals on flights to Adelaide and thin crowds at the city's top attractions.
December to February is Adelaide's high season. Aussies, Kiwis, and travellers from around the world flock to the city for the end-of-year holidays. If you're planning a trip over these months, book your return flights to Adelaide well in advance to lock in lower prices.
Top Things to Do and See in Adelaide
Explore the River Torrens
The River Torrens is Adelaide's most significant river. Stroll along its banks, and you'll find meandering pathways that wind past grassy knolls and picturesque alfresco eateries.
Go on a tour of the Adelaide Oval
Adelaide Oval is a must-visit for sports lovers. The stadium hosts the city's many cricket, football, and sports games. If there is a big event happening while you're planning on being in town, plan head and avoid purchasing flights to Adelaide at the last-minute in order to steer clear of price rises./p>
Wander Around North Terrace
North Terrace is the cultural hub of the city and is only 13 minutes from Adelaide Airport (ADL). It's where you'll find Adelaide's Art Gallery, State Library, war memorials, and the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
Feast at the Adelaide Central Market
The Adelaide Central Market is a South Australian institution. It features over 80 produce stalls, and more than eight million people visit every year. If you have the time, stop by the Big Table for brunch or grab some snacks for while you wait for your flight home at Adelaide Airport (ADL).
Major Events and Festivals in Adelaide
Adelaide Fringe is the Southern Hemisphere's largest art festival. It lasts for 31 days from February to March, and more than 500 venues take part in hosting events and shows for the festival. Flights to Adelaide are expensive during the month of the festival, be sure to book yours well in advance.
WOMADelaide is one of the top contemporary music festivals in Australia. It features live performances and workshops from more than 500 musicians, dancers and DJs.
For more than 55 years, the city has celebrated the annual Adelaide Festival. It hosts a mixture of theatre productions, live music acts, visual art displays and dance performances. If you want to attend, book your tickets to Adelaide as soon as possible.
The Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend
If you're a die-hard foodie, attend the Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend. Held each year in May, you can expect delicious tastings paired with vintages from Clare Valley's 20 wineries. With the festival taking place over the shoulder season, you won't have a problem finding cheap flights to Adelaide.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival is the largest of its kind in the world. Some of the biggest cabaret acts in the world descend on the city in June. While it's usually an affordable time to visit the city, the festival causes surge prices for flights to Adelaide.