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Cheap Port Lincoln to Adelaide Flights
Adelaide is one of the top capitals in Australia. It's home to mouth-watering restaurants, world-class wineries and iconic natural scenery.
With 77 direct flights each week from Adelaide to Port Lincoln, you can discover the city for yourself in just 50 minutes. Book your trip with Regional Express or Qantas and use Webjet to find the cheapest day to fly.
Ready to pack your bags and go on an adventure? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Port Lincoln to Adelaide.
Departing from Port Lincoln
Getting to Port Lincoln Airport
There aren't any buses or trains that run between the airport and Port Lincoln.
Luckily, the airport is only 10 km from the city centre, making metered taxi rides an affordable option. A one-way trip will cost AUD 15 and take about 20 minutes depending on traffic.
If you want to save money on transportation costs, you can take the airport shuttle bus. You'll be fetched from your hotel and dropped off at the departure terminals.
Parking at Port Lincoln Airport
There are two parking options available at Port Lincoln Airport: the General Parking area and the Secure Car Park.
You can't pre-book your spot, and the car parks work on a first come first served basis.
The first four hours are free for both options, and from there the price will go up AUD 4 each day.
Arriving at Adelaide Airport
Getting from Adelaide Airport to Your Hotel
If you're travelling on a tight budget, the best way to get from the airport is with the shuttle service. It costs AUD 10 per person, and you can reserve your spot on arrival at the Information and Tourism Bookings Booth.
The local bus service is another affordable option. JetBus and JetExpress both run a regular service to the CBD and tickets can be purchased on board.
The fastest way to get to your hotel is to take a cab. You'll find the taxi stand outside of the arrivals terminal. Ride-sharing services like Uber are also available, and you can use the airport's free WiFi to request your ride.
For car rentals, head to the ground level of the arrivals terminal. You'll find several rental desks to choose from opposite the baggage claim area.
Things to Do in Adelaide
- Walk along the banks of the River Torrens. It's the city's most important natural landmark, and it's shoreline features numerous eateries and walking trails.
- Experience the city's cultural attractions. Visit the Art Gallery, State Library, war memorials and Botanic Gardens.
- Eat your heart out at the Adelaide Central Market. It boasts over 80 produce stalls and is known for stocking some of Australia's best fruits, vegetables, seafood and coffee.
- Visit the Adelaide Hills. It's a short drive from the city centre, and there are plenty of walking trails to explore.
- Sign up for a cruise along the Murray River. It's third longest in the world and one of Australia's most iconic bodies of water.