Compare Cheap Flights from Brisbane to Adelaide, Australia
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Cheap Brisbane to Adelaide Flights
Want to ditch Brisbane for some of Australia's best wine and food?
Hop on board a direct flight to Adelaide with either Jetstar, Qantas, Tigerair or Virgin Australia, and in just 2h 40min you'll be on a gastronomic adventure!
Choose from the 68 flights each week to find the perfect departure time for your trip to Adelaide.
Ready to catch your flight? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Brisbane to Adelaide without a hitch!
Departing from Brisbane Airport
Getting to Brisbane Airport
Located only 12 km from the city centre, one of the fastest and most affordable ways to get to Brisbane Airport is with the SkyTrain. Tickets cost AUD 15 one-way and trains leave every 15 minutes from 5:04 a.m. to 10:04 p.m.
Another budget-friendly way to get from the city to the airport is with the public bus. Hop on board routes 569 and 590 or use one of the coaches that provide direct transfers between the CBD and the airport.
If you don't want to use public transportation, catch a ride with a taxi. A one-way fare will set you back around AUD 33-42 depending on traffic.
Parking at Brisbane Airport
Parking at Brisbane Airport is affordable and convenient. For as little as AUD 5, you can leave your car at the airport and avoid the hassle of using public transport to get back home.
Which Long-Term Parking Option is the Best for You?
- ParkLong: If you're planning to park at the airport for longer than four hours, this is the best option. The spaces are close to the domestic terminal and only a short 3 to 10-minute walk from the check-in counters.
- Park Premium: This is the most expensive option but is ideal if you want absolute convenience. Located on level 3 of the P1 Domestic car park, you'll have access to express entry and exit ramps into the terminal.
- ParkValet: If you don't want to waste time looking for a place to park, use this option. All you need to do is drop your car off, grab your bags and make your way to the terminal with zero hassle.
Arriving at Adelaide Airport
Getting from Adelaide Airport to Your Hotel
Travelling to Adelaide on a budget? One of the most affordable transport options is the Airport City Shuttle. For as little as AUD 10, you can get fetched and dropped right out your hotel. Shuttles leave every 30 minutes and can be booked on arrival.
Another cheap way to get into Adelaide is with the bus. JetBus and JetExpress both run daily from the airport and tickets can be purchased from the bus drivers.
The most direct way to get from Adelaide Airport to your hotel is with a cab. Go outside of the terminal, and you'll see the taxi ranks to the left of the pedestrian plaza. Ride-sharing services are also available, and you can meet your driver to the left of the short-term car park.
Looking to hire a car while you're in town? Head to the ground level of the arrivals terminal. You'll find the car rental desks across from the baggage claim area.
Things to Do in Adelaide
- Explore Adelaide's hidden bars and eateries. Stop by for an espresso martini at La Moka, visit Hains & Co a sailor-themed bar or be seen at one of the city's hottest bars, Proof on Anster Street.
- Go on a walking tour through Adelaide Central Market. For more than 140 years, people have been coming here to buy some of Australia's freshest fruits, vegetables, seafood and baked goods.
- Stroll along the North Terrace. It's Adelaide's most important cultural hub, and it's where you'll find the city's Art Gallery, war memorials, botanic gardens and so much more!
- Plan your trip around the city's festivals. Adelaide is considered one of the best festival cities in the world, with some of it's biggest events taking place in February and March. Some of the most popular are WOMADelaide, Adelaide Fringe, and the Adelaide Festival.