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What is the best way to get around Adelaide?

Public transport

Adelaide has plenty of public transport links that make navigating the city easy. It’s a good idea to purchase a metroCARD for use on the Adelaide Metro network. You can buy them from the arrivals area at Adelaide Airport (ADL) or at the Adelaide Railway Station.

Trams operate throughout the city centre and inner suburbs and are great for reaching popular areas like Glenelg. There are also buses to attractions such as the South Australian Museum, Adelaide Botanic Garden and Adelaide Zoo.

Getting to and from the airport

When you book flights to Adelaide with Webjet, you’ll have no problem getting to and from Adelaide Airport (ADL). There are plenty of public buses that can take you from Adelaide Airport into the city centre in around 20 minutes. Buses from the airport run approximately every hour and stop near a number of downtown hotels. It’s cheap as well - if you use the metroCARD to pay for the Adelaide Airport bus service, it’ll cost you the same as a regular bus fare. Prices can vary depending on the time and distance of travel, so make sure to look up your route prior to travel for an accurate cost.

When is the best time to visit Adelaide?

From the culinary scene to its Parisian-style boulevards, South Australia's capital is a charming city with a distinctly European feel and influence that makes a great holiday destination in all seasons - it simply depends on what you’re looking for.

Autumn

With its location on the South Australian coast, Adelaide has a pleasant Mediterranean-style climate and enjoys around nine months of good weather a year, leaving you plenty of opportunity to book flights to Adelaide. The end of February and the entirety of March are also great times to grab cheap flights to Adelaide. Temperatures tend to sit between 15°C and 25°C during the day, and the humidity is low as well.
The Adelaide Fringe Festival is on at this time of year too, which can be a great reason to book flights to Adelaide. The eclectic festival is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and showcases some of the best local and international independent musicians, artists and comedians in venues across the city.

Spring

If you're planning to book flights to Adelaide with the family then the September and October school holiday season is a great time to visit all of the city’s most popular attractions. The daytime temperature tends to sit at around 18°C, making it perfect for excursions to Adelaide Zoo, Monarto Zoo, Adelaide Hills, and further afield Kangaroo Island.


What are the best places to stay in Adelaide?

CBD

If you’ve snapped up return flights to Adelaide but aren’t sure of where to stay, the CBD is a great neighbourhood, especially if you’re visiting South Australia’s capital for the first time. The compact but bustling CBD is home to the city’s top museums, art galleries and restaurants, such as Golden Boy and Polenta. Staying in the city centre also means that public transport links are easily accessible. Plus, you’ll be close to Central Market, where you’ll find shops and stalls selling everything from baked goods to souvenirs.

West End

For the best nightlife, stay in Adelaide’s West End. Visitors with Adelaide flights consistently flock to the West End for music gigs, clubs, wine bars and pubs. There, you’ll also be able to find world-famous restaurants with game-changing dishes and an exciting bar scene and nightlife. Check out the rustic Clever Little Tailor bar, catch a live gig at Jive or have a few drinks at the West End Tavern. When you book flights to Adelaide, you’ll more than likely find yourself in Adelaide’s West End in the evening.

North Adelaide

If you book flights to Adelaide with kids, North Adelaide is a charming neighbourhood with lots for everyone to do. This area of the city has some of the best parks and is also home to the Adelaide Oval, Botanical Garden and Zoo. It's also got boutiques, quaint cafes and British-style pubs, from the cosy Caledonian Hotel to the down-to-earth UR Caffe. Whether you’re going with the kids to see local mammals, birds and reptiles at Adelaide Zoo, or taking a tour of Adelaide Oval, you’ll have lots to add to your itinerary when you book flights to Adelaide.

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