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Compare Cheap Flights from Hobart to Adelaide
If you are looking for somewhere diverse and exciting for your next holiday, Adelaide could be the place for you. No matter what you are interested in while travelling, Adelaide has got you covered. Within the CBD, there is an impressive cafe and restaurant scene that may even rival that of Melbourne. You’ll find countless museums covering a range of subjects, great shopping, and charming coastal neighbourhoods. Outside of Adelaide, the options are endless. Kangaroo Island makes a good day trip and offers an abundance of hikes and water activities, while the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale are home to some of Australia’s most famous vineyards. The Adelaide Hills region is teeming with quirky spots that will charm you instantly, such as the German village of Hahndorf. There is so much to explore in the area surrounding Adelaide, making it the perfect destination for your next holiday. If you are tight on time, you could plan a long weekend trip to Adelaide. If you have a bit more time to spare, head to Adelaide for a week to uncover everything that it has to offer.
Experience the natural beauty and world-class wines of South Australia with Webjet’s cheap flights from Hobart to Adelaide.
The best time to visit Adelaide
The weather in Adelaide varies throughout the year, offering different experiences to visitors who come in opposite seasons. Summer is the warmest season in Adelaide with temperatures regularly reaching 29°C between December and February. There is also very little rain during the summer, offering the perfect chance to enjoy Adelaide’s outdoor activities. This is considered to be festival season in Adelaide as the city hosts a range of events, including the Adelaide Fringe and the Adelaide Festival. Tourists flock to Adelaide from all over Australia during the summer holidays, causing hotels to increase their rates.
If you are looking for a bargain, but still want to experience warm weather, consider visiting Adelaide in spring or autumn. Temperatures average about 23°C, and prices are lower compared to the busy summer season. Autumn is a particularly great time to visit the wine regions around Adelaide. Colourful foliage takes over the region, and there are several wine events between April and May.
For the ultimate bargain, you could book cheap flights to Adelaide in the low winter season. This is the slowest time for tourists in the region, so you’ll have no trouble finding a great deal on a hotel. Winter weather isn’t always clear skies, but daytime temperatures sit around 15°C. If you are excited about visiting the wine regions and Kangaroo Island, winter in Adelaide may not be for you. However, winter is the perfect season for museum-going and cafe-hopping within the city centre.
Departing From Hobart
There is one airport in Hobart, which is the main airport serving Tasmania. Hobart Airport (HBA) is located 17 kilometres (10.5 miles) east of the CBD.
Virgin Australia, Jetstar, and Qantas each offer cheap airfares from Hobart to Adelaide. While most flights include a stopover in Melbourne, Jetstar offers some direct flights that will get you to Adelaide Airport (ADL) in 2 hours. Each week, there are about 350 HBA to ADL flights available.
Getting to Hobart Airport
In order to reach Hobart Airport, you can catch the SkyBus from the CBD. The SkyBus departs for the airport every 30 minutes. There are three pick-up points available–Hotel Grand Chancellor, Brooke Street Pier, and Franklin Square. The SkyBus reaches the airport from the city in about a half hour. Tickets can be purchased in advance or right on the bus for the same price. One-way fare costs $18.50 AUD.
For the quickest trip to the airport, you can catch a taxi or an Uber from locations all over Hobart. A taxi will get you to Hobart Airport in about 20 minutes from the CBD and inner suburbs. Travelling from central Hobart, taxi fare comes to $45 to $65 AUD.
Parking at Hobart Airport
Hobart Airport offers a couple of parking options that can fit a variety of budgets and parking preferences. To secure the best rates, pre-book your parking spot.
Where to Park at Hobart Airport
- The Main Car Park offers the most convenient access to the terminal. Once you’ve parked your car, you can walk into the airport in just 2 minutes. Parking starts at $66 AUD for 3 days.
- The Saver Car Park is the most budget-friendly option. It’s located a bit further from the airport, but you can still walk to the terminal in about 7 minutes. A 3-day park starts at $48 AUD.
Arriving in Adelaide
Adelaide is home to one airport, which is located 5 kilometres (3 miles) west of the city centre. It is conveniently located near both the CBD and the popular coastal neighbourhood of Glenelg.
How to Get from Adelaide Airport (ADL) to Your Adelaide Hotel or Accommodation
In order to reach the CBD from Adelaide Airport (ADL), you can catch the JetExpress double decker bus from the airport. This bus is available on weekdays and departs every half hour. The JetExpress bus (route J1X) arrives into the city in about 25 minutes. It makes a few stops within the city along Currie Street, Grenfell Street, and Pulteney Street. Tickets to ride this bus cost $5.50 AUD during peak times and $3.60 AUD off-peak.
Another transport option from Adelaide Airport (ADL) is the JetBus. This bus follows routes J1, J3, J7, and J8. The bus makes stops throughout the coastal neighbourhood of Glenelg before reaching the CBD. It’s a great option if you are staying at a hotel in Glenelg or if you arrive to Adelaide on the weekend when the JetExpress isn’t running. The JetBus reaches the CBD in about 40 minutes and has the same bus fares as the JetExpress.
Since Adelaide Airport (ADL) is situated so close to the city, a taxi is a practical option. A taxi from the airport will get you to the CBD in about 15 minutes for a fare of $20 to $28 AUD.
Things to do in Adelaide
Kangaroo Island is located off the southwest coast of South Australia and is a popular day trip for visitors to Adelaide. Much of Kangaroo Island consists of nature reserves, where you can see native Australian animals. Wildlife residents include kangaroos, koalas, penguins, a variety of birds, and colonies of sea lions. In addition to animals, Kangaroo Island offers lots of hiking trails, cellar doors, water activities, and an interesting rock formation called Remarkable Rocks.
Go Wine Tasting
South Australia is known around the world for its incredible offerings of wine - and several key regions are within easy reach of Adelaide. Hop in a rental car or join onto a tour and visit the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. Both of these wine regions offer countless vineyards and cellar doors where you can go in for a tasting. The vineyards feature a variety of wines, but specialise in reds, shiraz in particular.
Adelaide is home to a large market that features all the food you can imagine. There are stalls dedicated to fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, cheese, sweets, and more. Flower stalls and impressive graffiti add a pop of colour into the market. You’ll also find food stalls selling meals from a variety of cuisines, making Central Market the perfect place for a delicious and budget-friendly lunch.
The grid of Adelaide’s CBD is completely surrounded by parklands. In total, there are 29 interconnected parks bordering the city centre. Within the parks, you can see lots of gardens and walk along the River Torrens. Adelaide has been rated the greenest city in Australia and one of the greenest in the world due to its impressive ratio of parks in addition to its sustainability efforts.
The North Terrace
Along the northern border of Adelaide’s CBD is a street called the North Terrace. Along this road, there is some gorgeous architecture to admire as well as many of the city’s top museums and attractions. Along the North Terrace, you can visit the South Australian Museum, City Gallery, Immigration Museum, State Library of SA, University of Adelaide, Adelaide Convention Centre, and National War Memorial. If you are a fan of museums, you could easily spend an entire day hopping from one attraction to the next.
Catch a bus heading west from the CBD and you’ll arrive into the beach suburb of Glenelg. This neighbourhood consists of a beach and a long pier where you can watch some epic sunsets. Just off the beach, you’ll find lots of restaurants, bars, and cafes that are particularly popular among younger Adelaidians and backpackers.