Flights from Armidale to Adelaide

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Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

Mount Lofty

Mount Lofty is tucked into the Adelaide Hills and is easily accessible from central Adelaide – it takes less than 20 minutes to drive from the CBD to Mount Lofty’s summit. The peak reaches 710 metres (2,330 feet) above sea level and provides one of the most picturesque views you’ll come across while travelling from Armidale to Adelaide. You can look out over the Adelaide Hills and CBD, and on clear days, you may even see as far as Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula.

Adelaide Central Market

The Adelaide Central Market has more than 70 traders and is one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest covered food markets. Fresh produce is the main specialty – stalls sell fruits and vegetables, gourmet cheeses, baked goods, and flavoured coffee beans. There are several cafes and small restaurants located within the market as well.

Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia is one of the popular attractions in the North Terrace Cultural Precinct. It showcases more than 45,000 pieces of art that range from classic to more contemporary styles. There are galleries dedicated to Australian art, plus plenty of other pieces from all corners of the globe. After you’ve spent some time at the Art Gallery, continue your cultural exploration of Adelaide at the neighbouring SA Museum and National War Memorial.

The Best Time to Visit

Summer is widely viewed as the best time to travel on Armidale to Adelaide flights. Weather is beautiful, and Adelaide’s festival season brings an extra buzz of excitement to the city. Temperatures reach highs of about 26° to 29°C during the day. Summer is the best time to visit South Australia for the beaches, and it’s also a good time for vineyard-hopping in SA’s wine regions – you’ll even witness the start of grape harvesting season in late summer.

Autumn and spring have nice weather and smaller crowds compared to the busy summer. High temperatures reach about 19° to 25°C, and evenings can cool to around 11° to 15°C. Both autumn and spring are colourful times to visit Adelaide – the Adelaide Hills and Adelaide Botanic Gardens see especially pretty foliage and flowers. Autumn is also one of the best times to visit the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale as this is grape harvesting season.

If you’re interested in a budget holiday to SA, you may consider booking Armidale to Adelaide flights during the winter. This is the low season when Adelaide sees the smallest volume of tourists, and many hotels match the lower demand by decreasing their rates for a few months. The weather is chilly but not too cold – it reaches highs of about 16°C and falls to lows of about 8°C. Rain is fairly common in winter, so it’s a good idea to have some indoor activities planned as backup – luckily, Adelaide is teeming with great museums, cafes, and pubs.

The Cost of Visiting

Adelaide is an excellent destination for travellers of all different budgets. The average nightly rate for a hotel room is between $150 and $200 AUD, but you’ll also find budget hostels and hotels starting as low as $50 AUD. No matter your budget, you’ll find a great selection of accommodation options to book with Webjet.

You can also hire a car with Webjet when planning your trip from Armidale to Adelaide. Cars are available to pick up from Adelaide Airport and start at rates of about $45 AUD per day. Public transport is widely available around Adelaide and provides a more budget-friendly way to get around. There’s a free tram zone within the CBD as well as a free Connector bus that travels to some of Adelaide’s most popular landmarks. Outside of the free options, a single fare costs $5.80 AUD during peak times and $3.90 AUD off-peak, or you could purchase an unlimited day pass for $11 AUD. You’ll save even more with a metroCARD – fares cost $3.95 AUD during peak times and $2.20 AUD off-peak.

There’s a seemingly endless list of attractions to visit while holidaying on flights from Armidale to Adelaide, and many are completely free. A few attractions that don’t charge an entry fee are the South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia, and the sprawling parklands surrounding the city centre. Wine tasting in the Barossa Valley is another can’t-miss for many visitors – you could hire a car and do a self-guided tour or take a tour from the city for about $120 to $150 AUD per person. Over in the Adelaide Hills, Cleland Conservation Park is a fun place to take a scenic walk and meet native wildlife – tickets cost $30 AUD for adults and $15.50 AUD for children.


How long does it take to fly from Armidale to Adelaide?

Flights from Armidale to Adelaide are available from about four and a half hours, including a stopover on the way.

What airlines fly from Armidale to Adelaide?

No airlines currently operate direct Armidale to Adelaide flights. You can travel with Qantas or Rex, each of which will include a stopover in Sydney or Brisbane.

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