Flights from Brisbane to Adelaide (BNE to ADL)

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Cheapest one-way price for the current month from $132
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Popular month August 2020
Average flight time 2h 40m

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Top Things to Do and See with Flights Brisbane to Adelaide

North Terrace Cultural Precinct

If you are a fan of history, art and architecture, be sure to spend some time on the North Terrace when you have Brisbane to Adelaide flights. Walking along the North Terrace, you can see many of the most important cultural and political landmarks in the city, as well as some of Adelaide’s most elaborately designed Victorian-era mansions. When you have tickets to Adelaide from Brisbane, visit the North Terrace for attractions such as the Old Parliament House, the State Library of South Australia, the South Australia Museum, and the Art Gallery of South Australia.

 

Barossa

South Australia is known around the world for its wines. The Barossa is one of the top wine regions in the state and is less than an hours’ drive away from Adelaide’s CBD. The Barossa is made up of about 50 vineyards located just north of the scenic Adelaide Hills. When you book Brisbane to Adelaide flights, take a day trip to the Barossa to learn about the local wine-making process and taste their specialty wines. In addition to wine-tasting, travellers with cheap flights to Adelaide from Brisbane can visit art galleries and a variety of world-class restaurants throughout the Barossa.

 

Adelaide Botanic Garden

There are countless parks and gardens to experience when you book cheap flights to Adelaide from Brisbane. One of the most impressive is the Adelaide Botanic Garden, located northeast of the CBD. The gardens cover 50 hectares and feature both native and international plants. A few of the many gardens to explore within the Adelaide Botanic Garden are the SA Water Mediterranean Garden, International Rose Garden, and Australian Native Garden. Strolling through the peaceful Botanic Garden is a great way to spend a few hours in the morning or afternoon when you have flights Brisbane to Adelaide.

 

Public Transport and How to Get Around After Brisbane to Adelaide Flights

As soon as you arrive into Adelaide Airport (ADL), you’ll have no trouble exploring the city by public transport. From the airport, you can catch the JetExpress bus into the CBD and the JetBus to Glenelg. In central Adelaide, there are a variety of buses and trams to visit different attractions. Within the CBD, visitors with cheap flights Brisbane to Adelaide can take advantage of a free city tram. This free tram travels along the South Terrace and connects it with the North Terrace where it makes further stops. Outside of the free zone, transport costs $5.60 AUD during peak times and $3.70 AUD. If you plan to take public transport regularly when you have Brisbane to Adelaide return flights, you could purchase a day ticket for $10.60 AUD or a three-day visitor pass for $25.50 AUD.

If you are planning to visit areas outside of the city, you may want to consider renting a car. This will give you the freedom to visit spots such as the Barossa, McLaren Vale, and Victor Harbor when you have cheap flights Brisbane to Adelaide. You can book a rental car through Webjet at the same time as you lock in your travel dates.

 

Neighbourhood Overview

CBD

As the central hub of Adelaide, the CBD is a must-visit neighbourhood when you have cheap flights to Adelaide from Brisbane. The CBD is bordered on all sides by parklands and the River Torrens, contributing to its standing as one of the greenest cities in Australia. Visitors with flights Brisbane to Adelaide won’t run out of things to do in the bustling CBD between the variety of museums, shops, restaurants, and parklands.

 

Glenelg

Glenelg is an eclectic beachside neighbourhood located west of the CBD. Lounge on Glenelg Beach or walk to the end of Glenelg Jetty to be rewarded with some beautiful views. Throughout Glenelg, there are several buildings of historical significance, including Victorian-era mansions that line the Esplanade. When you have flights Brisbane to Adelaide, you can also visit Glenelg for great dining and nightlife scenes.

 

North Adelaide

Located just north of the CBD, North Adelaide is nestled amongst beautiful parklands. This is an affluent neighbourhood where you can see some beautiful architecture and enjoy a quieter atmosphere than the CBD following your Brisbane to Adelaide flights. In addition to the many parks around North Adelaide, there are a range of boutique shops, heritage pubs and an impressive cafe culture.

 

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