Flights from Adelaide to Melbourne

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Travel Restrictions Between Adelaide and Melbourne

Travelling domestically has changed due to the evolving situation with COVID-19. Before you take off on a flight from Adelaide to Melbourne, you need to do a little planning and preparation. It's important understand if there are any potential border restrictions or additional quarantine requirements set by the Victorian Government on travellers from South Australia.

Before you book, make sure to check for airline and government restrictions. Things can change quickly, so you should double-check every time ‚ÄĒ even if you've travelled between Adelaide and Melbourne recently. It's important that you comply with all airline and government travel requirements. Find more information regarding domestic travel restrictions, visit our COVID-19 Travel Hub.

Airport Information Between Adelaide (ADL) and Melbourne (MEL)

Departing Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Located 6km from the city centre, Adelaide Airport¬†is home to just one terminal for both domestic and international flights that operates across two floors. When you arrive at Adelaide Airport, head to Level 2 of the terminal building to find the check-in desks. When you're flying from Adelaide to Melbourne, it is recommended that you arrive and check-in at least 1‚Äď2 hours before your flight to Melbourne.

To get to Adelaide Airport you've got plenty of travel options. The airport is close to the city centre of Adelaide, taking around 7 minutes by car, taxi or carshare service. While there is no train service to Adelaide Airport, you can catch the JetExpress bus between the city and airport for $4-6 depending on your method of payment and time of travel. There is also the JetBus service that offers door-to-door shuttle service between Adelaide Airport and nearby Hotels for $10 per fare. These bus services operate 7 days per week.

Inside the terminal, you'll have access to free and unlimited Wi-Fi. If you want to grab a snack, you'll find a range of restaurants and fast food outlets. There are also shops in the departure lounge as well as ATMs, and a pharmacy. There are also a few airline lounges that you ay access if you are member, from Qantas, Virgin Australia and Regional Express (Rex).

Arriving at Melbourne Airport (MEL)

A flight between Melbourne and Adeliade is relatively short, taking about 1 hour 15 minutes from take-off to landing. Melbourne Airport has four terminal buildings and the one you arrive in will depend on which carrier you choose to fly from Adelaide to Melbourne with. If you're flying with Qantas, you'll arrive at Terminal 1. Virgin Australia flights from Adelaide arrive at Terminal 3. Regional Express and Jetstar flights arrive at Terminal 4.

Once you've arrived at Melbourne Airport from Adelaide and collected any luggage you may have checked in, the next step is likely to get from the airport to the city. Melbourne airport is around 20‚Äď35 minutes from the CBD depending on traffic, and no train station yet exists at Melbourne Airport. Your only option out of the airport is by road. One of the quickest ways to get from Melbourne Airport to the city is with the SkyBus Express service. This express shuttle service runs 24 hours a day, 7-days a week and can take you from Melbourne Airport to several useful spots throughout the Melbourne CBD. These shuttle services depart around every 10‚Äď15 minutes and only cost around $20 one-way.

The most direct way to get to your destination or accommodation is with a taxi or rideshare from the Arrivals bay. There is a dedicated area for Uber pickups at Melbourne Airport ‚ÄĒ the first Australian city to offer one. A trip into the CBD will usually cost anywhere from $50‚Äď65 depending on demand and traffic. Once you get into the CBD, Melbourne has a great public transport system including buses, trains and trams. The peak times for train travel during the week are between 7.00am and 9.00am and from 4.30pm to 6:30pm. Peak travel times for drivers on Melbourne‚Äôs roads are between 6:30am to 9:00am and 3:30pm to 6:30pm on weekdays.

Car rental companies are on the ground floor of the T1, T2 and T3 car parks. There you'll find Thrifty, Europcar, Avis, Budget, Hertz and Redspot that can help you with your travelling needs. If you're looking for your own set of wheels, you can compare and book a hire car in Melbourne Aiport with Webjet.

 

Why You Should Book Cheap Adelaide to Melbourne Flights

Melbourne has so much to offer for all sorts of travellers. Whether you're travelling to Melbourne for business, to see family or friends, or for a foodie holiday, a trip to Melbourne won't disappoint. Melbourne is bursting with world-class musicals and sports events, international fashion shows, art exhibitions and is consistently voted one of the world's most livable cities.

After months of hard lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic, Melbourne is back open and ready for visitors from Adelaide. Melbourne is a melting-pot of cultures and communities, so there is something for everyone. Get ready to pack your bags as you check out these great things to do in Melbourne! 

There's always a great time of year to visit Melbourne from Adelaide. The weather is reasonably similar to Adelaide's, with June and July being the coldest months in Melbourne. The weather is cold, the skies tend to be cloudy, and the nights often see frost. The average daytime temperatures during June and July range between 6¬įC to 14¬įC.

 

Things to Do in Melbourne 

Melbourne and Sydney have duked it out for decades as competing cultural centres of Australia, but Melbourne has certainly come to dominate the food, coffee and arts scenes of Australia. Still shedding the reputations as a retreat for hipsters, Melbourne has come into it's own in the last few years as a destination for all sorts. The city celebrates the arts with a year-round calendar of exhibitions, festivals, events and public performances.

Go Shopping in Melbourne

Melbourne has thousands of amazaing shops on offer and some of Australia's best shopping destinations, from high-end shopping districts to factory outlets. Visit the massive Chadstone shopping emporium, the iconic Chapel Street strip and browse the boutique shops of The Block Arcade.

Watch Some Sport

Plan your trip around the world-class sporting events. Spend your day cheering on Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), watch a race at the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, get amongst the Melbourne Storm crowd at a rugby league game, cheer for any of the many Melbourne teams at an AFL game, or watch world-class tennis at The Australian Open.

Explore Nature in the City

Get out of the laneways and streets to explore Melbourne's greener side. Head to the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens or venture out and explore Australia's natural heritage at the Port Campbell National Park.

Raise Your Heartbeat on the Eureka Skydeck

Live on the edge at Eureka Tower! The Skydeck is a glass cube that's suspended 300 meters above ground and gives its brave visitors 360 views of the city below.

Go Wine Tasting

Rent a car (or get a bus more likely) and go on a wine tasting tour. Only 90-minutes outside of Melbourne you'll find some of Australia's most renowned wine regions ‚ÄĒ the Yarra Valley and the Mornington Peninsula.

 

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