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Compare Cheap Auckland to Adelaide Flights
If your upcoming travel plans include a trip to South Australia’s glamourous city of Adelaide, book your cheap flights from Auckland to Adelaide on Webjet. The money you save can be used toward tickets to a favoured cricket match at the Adelaide Oval, or for exploring River Torrens via kayak or river cruise, or for a romantic evening at one of the many upscale restaurants in the city. Whether you’re travelling on business, couples retreat, or you’re bringing the entire family for an exciting holiday, saving money before you leave New Zealand is a great way to start your trip.
When you use Webjet’s Deal Finder to book cheap flights from Auckland to Adelaide, you can sort through hundreds of airfares to find the perfect flight for your budget and travel needs.
Best time to visit Adelaide
The best time to visit Adelaide
The pleasing temperatures and colourful foliage bring a bevy of tourists to the glamorous city in autumn. Temperatures range between 10-21°C (50-70°F) and days are typically drier allowing for outdoor excursions. The cooler winter temperatures ranging between 4-15°C (40-60°F) drive away the heavy crowds. If you don’t mind the nippy days, it’s a great time to snap up cheap airfares from Auckland to Adelaide. Warmer spring days can average 4-21°C (40-70°F). With little rain and sunny skies, crowds gather to enjoy the outdoor events and popular festivals throughout Adelaide. If you’re planning your AKL to ADL holiday in the summer, pack plenty of sunscreen and bring flowy clothes. Days can get upwards of 26°C (80°F) with plenty of sunshine.
Departing From Auckland
Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Qantas, and Emirates fly from Auckland Airport (AKL) to Adelaide Airport (ADL). The seven-hour travel time includes one stopover in Melbourne (MEL) or Sydney (SYD).
Getting to Auckland International Airport
Public transportation from the city centre to Auckland Airport can take a little more than 40 minutes in light traffic. Many Kiwis use the City Express route on the Sky Bus that runs 24 hours a day. The City Express service runs along Mt Eden Road or Dominion Road and terminates at Queen Street. A one-way fare starts from $18NZD. Taxi fares will vary upon company but expect to pay between $38 NZD – $75 NZD for a one-way fare. A licensed shuttle service typically charges $35 NZD for one person and $8 NZD for each additional group member. These prices include the $2 NZD airport fee.
Parking at Auckland Airport
If you’re driving yourself and plan to store your car at the airport for your trip to Adelaide, there are plenty of great parking options to save you time and money. Auckland Airport also offers deep discounts for travellers who pre-book their parking.
Where to Park at Auckland Airport
There are five parking options for your International flight from AUK to ADL that include valet, covered, and uncovered storage.
• Valet Parking: Uncovered Valet Parking is the best choice for both speed and convenience. Simply pull in and walk just a few steps to the terminals. Daily parking for secured, uncovered Valet Parking starts at $49 NZD per day.
• Car Park D: The best long term covered parking close to the terminals is in Car Park D-Covered. International travellers can enjoy a 2-3-minute walk to the terminals and expect to pay $48 NZD per day.
• Car Park A: If you’re holiday to Adelaide is short, store your car in the uncovered Car Park A lot. The lot is great for shorter stays and for families with luggage. The lot is close to the terminals and rates start at $48 NZD per day.
• Car Park S: If you’re flying with Jetstar, Car Park S is the ideal car storage park for both international and domestic flights. Daily storage starts at $50 NZD.
• Park and Ride: The official off-site car storage is with Park and Ride. The safe and secure lot is the cheapest parking solution for all travellers. Daily rates start at $32 and include free shuttle service to and from the airport.
Arriving in Adelaide
If you don’t have a travel visa, don’t worry. You only need your New Zealand passport to clear Immigration and Customs. You can apply for the visa afterward.
How to Get from Adelaide Airport to Your Adelaide Hotel or Accommodation
Public transportation can get you from Adelaide Airport (ADL) to the city centre. The journey should take about 15 minutes with a taxi or Uber and about 25 minutes via the public bus. The cheapest airport transfer is with Adelaide Metro’s J1X JetExpress route. The double decker bus is the shortest route from the airport to the cite centre and runs every hour during peak travel times. Taxi fare starts at $25 AUD ($26 NZD) and Uber will charge $23 AUD ($24 NZD). Bicycles, private cars, and limousines are available for hire inside the arrivals terminal.
Things to do
Things to do in Adelaide
Catch a cricket or football match at the Adelaide Oval. The Oval is nestled in the centre of the city and is widely regarded as one of the most picturesque sporting grounds in the world. Apart from catching a match or concert, visitors can book a behind the scenes tour or embark on a sky high roof climbing adventure. Spend some time in the Adelaide Central Market which offers fresh produce and meats as well as baked goods and smallgoods. See the city from a different view with a Venetian-style gondola ride along the River Torrens. Or, if you prefer, hire a kayak, canoe, or paddle boat and see the sites at your own pace. See sights such as the Elder Park Rotunda, the beautiful footbridge, and the Adelaide Zoo. The Keep in mind, the water is deemed “no-contact” so be careful not to fall in. Take a break from the busy city and relax among the beautiful collection of diverse plants from all over Australia and across the world. Stroll through more than 50 hectares of marvellously preserved gardens and stunning architecture.