Compare Cheap Flights from Townsville to Adelaide, Australia
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|Departure Date||Last Updated^|
|Fri 25 Sep||
$645 ONE WAY
|Sat 26 Sep||Best Price||23 Sep|
|Sun 27 Sep||Best Price||24 Sep|
|Mon 28 Sep||
$335 ONE WAY
|Tue 29 Sep||Best Price||24 Sep|
|Wed 30 Sep||
$389 ONE WAY
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|Cheapest one-way price for the current month||from $335|
|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $213|
|Cheapest month||January 2021|
|Popular month||September 2020|
|Average flight time||1h 20m|
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Public Transport and How to Get Around
Adelaide Airport (ADL) is 20 minutes away from the city centre. A one-way ride with a taxi will cost around $35 AUD depending on the time of day. When your flights Townsville to Adelaide land, make your way to the designated taxi rank outside of the terminal. Keep in mind that you'll need to budget for the $3 AUD airport levy.
If you're looking for an affordable way to get around Adelaide, hop on board the local bus. A single bus ticket costs $5.50 AUD. But if you're booking flights Townsville to Adelaide over a couple of days, get the MetroCard. It gives you discounts on fares, and you'll end up paying only $3.70 AUD per ride.
No trip to Adelaide is complete without riding on the famous Bay Tram! It runs every day from Adelaide's CBD to Glenelg Beach. The trip will take 45 minutes in total, making it one of the best day trips from the city. There is also a free tram service that runs from Adelaide Entertainment Centre to South Terrace. You’ll definitely want to make use of it if you’re a budget traveller buying cheap flights Townsville to Adelaide.
With Adelaide being mostly flat, it's easy to explore the city with a bicycle. When your Townsville to Adelaide flights have landed, you can hire a bike from Adelaide City Bikes for free. Plus there's a path that runs from the city to Glenelg Beach.
Tips for First-Time Travellers to Adelaide
Accommodation in Adelaide
It's no secret that accommodation in Australia can get expensive. If you're buying cheap flights to Adelaide from Townsville and you want to keep your budget in check, look out for inexpensive but quality hotels. Try booking a room that comes with unlimited WiFi and a complimentary breakfast to save cash.
Cook your own food
Another excellent way to travel to Adelaide on a budget is to cook your own food. Eating out in the city can become expensive, and it's worth paying more for accommodation with kitchen facilities, especially if you're buying tickets to Adelaide from Townsville as a group.
What to do in Adelaide
Adelaide is full of exciting things to do for every type of traveller. If you're an adventure lover buying flights Townsville to Adelaide, you can book a hot air balloon ride over Barossa Valley. Art nerds can geek out at the Art Gallery of South Australia, and wine connoisseurs can go on day trips to McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Barossa and Clare Valley.
Car rental in Adelaide
While organised tours are an excellent option for solo travellers buying flights Townsville to Adelaide, the costs can add up quite quickly. If you want more flexibility over your schedule, you can save money by hiring a car. Webjet lets you add a vehicle at checkout when you purchase your Townsville to Adelaide return flights. When you arrive, you can collect your car from Adelaide Airport (ADL) or choose from what's available at the various rental companies.
Cafes and Restaurants in Adelaide
First Order Coffee
First Order Coffee is one of the best coffee shops in Adelaide. It's next to the entrance to the WOTSO Workspace, making it an excellent option for digital nomads booking flights Townsville to Adelaide. If you have the time, you can also sign up for a cooking class!
Did you ever read the Beatrix Potter books when you were a kid? Then you won't want to miss out on visiting Peter Rabbit once you’ve bought your tickets to Adelaide from Townsville! During the day, the cafe has a delicious, healthy menu and resident bunnies to keep you company. If you come here after the sun goes down, the space turns into a vibey bar.
Jamface is a firm favourite on Adelaide's coffee scene. It's the brainchild of reality TV superstar chef Poh Ling Yeow, and the cafe is situated in the Adelaide Central Market. Stop by for a cuppa when your Townsville to Adelaide flights arrive and nibble on some sandwiches, soups and pastries.
Karma and Crow
Karma and Crow is one of the most Instagrammable places in the city and deserves a spot on any foodies’ itinerary who’s buying Townsville to Adelaide return flights. The restaurant's breakfasts are picture-perfect, making it a good option for brunch. With an all-day breakfast menu, you can come past as soon as your Townsville to Adelaide flights land for your fix of ricotta hotcakes!