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If you’re planning a trip to South Australia’s cosmopolitan capital to catch a cricket or rugby match, visit its museums or tour neighbouring wine regions, look for cheap flights from Gold Coast to Adelaide on Webjet. As one of Australia’s most compact capital cities, it is easy to discover Adelaide in a weekend but with so many things to keep you in the City of Churches it’s worth pencilling in more than two nights to see and take in everything. Roam up and down Rundle Mall, stopping off at boutiques and shops, or browse the stalls of Adelaide Central Market to stock up on some of South Australia’s finest gourmet produce. Wine-lovers can make Adelaide their base to explore the Adelaide Hills, or you might spend some time in Adelaide before venturing out to the Barossa Valley or McLaren Vale.
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The best time to visit Adelaide
Autumn in Adelaide is one of the city’s busiest tourist seasons. Temperatures range from 10-21°C (50-70°F) and the forecast experiences less rainfall than winter. If you’re hoping to catch a rugby or cricket match, plan your trip from OOL to ADL in March. The chill moves in over winter and days become brisk. It is a good time to find cheap flights from Gold Coast to Adelaide. Spring is another shoulder month that entices visitors. With warmer days, tourists can enjoy the outdoor activities and festivals in the city. Summer brings plenty of sunshine and temperatures ranging from 10-26°C (50-80°F).
Departing From the Gold Coast
Gold Coast Airport has one terminal making it easy for all passengers to find their gate. You’ll want to arrive at least one-hour prior to your departure to Adelaide airport to clear security and check any baggage.
Getting to Gold Coast Airport
Gold Coast Airport (OOL) is 29 kilometres from the heart of the city. Taxis and Uber are available throughout the city to take you to the airport. Taxi fare from the city centre to OOL can be around $50. Uber fares start at $37. The cheapest way to get to the airport from the city centre is on the 777 bus route. You can pick up the 777 bus at Broadbeach South Station, Stop B or any of the 11 stops along the route. One-way fare for the 30-minute ride is $9.20.
Parking at Gold Coast Airport
Car spaces at OOL can be booked up to nine months prior to your Gold Coast to Adelaide flight.
Where to Park at Gold Coast Airport
Car parks at Gold Coast airport are designed to put you as close to the terminal as possible.
- Long Term: A great option if your trip from OOL to ADL is for longer than a weekend. If you pre-book your space, you can take advantage of weekend rates and other parking specials.
- Budget: Includes covered and uncovered storage. You can save even more money on your trip to Adelaide when you choose either of these storage parks. Covered budget parking for the weekend is $44 and uncovered storage is $32. Both lots put you within a 10-minute walk to the terminal.
- Premium Covered: This space puts you closest to the terminal and has to be pre-booked before arriving at the airport. As well as 24-hour surveillance, you can enjoy the short 1-minute walk under a covered path directly to the Terminal. A three-day fee for Premium Covered Parking is $78.
Arriving in Adelaide
Jetstar and Virgin Australia provide direct flights from Gold Coast Airport (OOL) to Adelaide Airport (ADL). Direct flight time is less than three hours. Qantas also offer cheap airfares to Adelaide, however these routes may include a stopover in either Sydney or Melbourne.
How to Get from Adelaide Airport to Your Adelaide Hotel or Accommodation
Getting from Adelaide Airport to the city centre can take about 15 minutes with a taxi or Uber. Taxi fare starts at $25 and Uber is typically $23. Taxis and Uber leaving the airport charge a mandatory $3 pick-up fee on top of the fare. The cheapest transfer option is with the Adelaide Metro’s Jetline and JetExpress routes. The J1a line is the shortest route from Adelaide Airport to the city centre. If you have extra luggage or you’re with a large group, consider taking the J1x line. It’s the only double decker bus line with luggage racks on its lower deck. You can purchase tickets from the bus drivers who will be parked on the left-hand side of the plaza when you exit the terminal.
Things to do in Adelaide
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens are a must-see for everyone for green thumbs, avid gardeners or even just those that appreciate pretty surrounds. Locals head to the gardens to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Take a guided tour or show yourself around the immense display of flora and fauna from around the world. Mount Lofty is a well-known site in the Adelaide Hills, located a 20-minute drive from the city CBD. There is a hike leading to the summit, or you drive yourself to the top and enjoy panoramic views of the city and surrounding valleys. To climb the mountain, start at Waterfall Gully and make your way up. Many people encounter kangaroos on the way to the top. For some retail therapy, head to Rundle Mall. This pedestrian street mall is home to big name brands as well as local popups. Refuel with a local coffee or meal at the many restaurants within the mall.