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With an abundance of beauty and history rolled into one place, who wouldn’t want to visit Adelaide? Bring the family for an exciting cricket match at the Australian Oval or ride the rails at the National Railway Museum. Pack a picnic and bring your loved one on a sunset walk through the Adelaide Botanic Garden or Semaphore Beach. If you’re travelling solo, be sure to take advantage of the outdoor excursions such as kayaking on the River Torrens or zip lining through Kurrangga Park. No matter your reason for visiting, look for cheap flights from Wellington to Adelaide on Webjet. Saving money on flights can get your South Australia holiday off to a great start.
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The best time to visit Adelaide
Summer in Adelaide is sunny and warm. Be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen and airy clothing as temperatures can reach up to 26°C (80°F). Autumn months bring cooler temperatures as well as a spectacular foliage change. Tourists flock to the cosmopolitan city to enjoy 10-21°C (50-70°F) days that are dry enough to enjoy outdoor activities. Colder weather in the winter drives tourists out, but it is a great time to snag deals on cheap flights from Wellington to Adelaide. Temperatures drop between 4-15°C (40-60°F) and can be a bit wet, but there are plenty of activities throughout the city to enjoy. In the spring, days can average 4-21°C (40-70°F) and receive less rain than winter. With sunny skies and pleasant temperatures, crowds fill the city.
Departing From Wellington
Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Air New Zealand, and Emirates Air fly from Wellington Airport (WLG) to Adelaide Airport (ADL) in less than eight hours. The trip includes one stopover in Sydney (SYD) or Melbourne (MEL).
Getting to Wellington Airport
Public transportation to Wellington Airport (WLG) from the city centre should take about 25 minutes. The only bus that takes you directly to the airport terminals is the Airport Flyer express bus service. The bus travels between Lower Hutt and through Wellington City and displays current flights, weather, and news to keep passengers informed along the way. A taxi fare will cost between $30-40 NZD. The 8-kilometre ride from the city centre to the airport can take up to 25 minutes in light traffic.
Parking at Wellington Airport
If you plan on storing your car at the airport during your trip, save money on parking fees by pre-booking your parking prior to arriving at the airport.
Where to Park at Wellington Airport
Wellington Airport has five different parking solutions for international travellers. Each is designed to fit different parking and budget needs.
• Valet Parking: Ideal for travellers looking to save time and be as close to the terminals as possible. Daily rates for Valet Parking start at $59 NZD.
• Covered car park: Perfect for travellers who prefer to store their car in weather protected parking. Daily rates for the Covered car park start at $38 NZD.
• Premium car park: Store your car in a weather protected area that is closely monitored with security cameras and includes a dedicated entrance and exit. Daily parking rates start at $42 NZD.
• Uncovered Car park: The most popular parking option at Wellington. Daily rates start at $34 NZD.
• Long Term Parking: Ideal for longer stays and international travels. Weekly rates start at $78 NZD and includes a free shuttle to and from the terminals.
Arriving in Adelaide
Kiwis don’t need to pre-apply for travel visas before entering Australia. Simply show your valid passport upon arrival.
How to Get from Adelaide Airport to Your Adelaide Hotel or Accommodation
Getting to the city centre from Adelaide Airport (ADL) should take about 25 minutes. The cheapest transfer method is via the Metro’s J1X JetExpress route. The double decker buses offer the shortest routes and provide ample storage racks for luggage. Taxis and Uber are available outside the arrivals area. Taxi fare starts at $25 AUD ($26 NZD) and Uber will charge $23 AUD ($24 NZD). If you’re feeling adventurous, hire a bicycle and ride to the CBD. Or, if you’re in a larger group arrange for a private cars or limousine inside the arrivals terminal.
Things to do in Adelaide
Take a break from the busy city and relax among the beautiful collection of diverse plants from all over Australia and across the world inside the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Stroll through more than 50 hectares of marvellously preserved gardens and stunning architecture. Tour the oldest family-owned chocolate maker in Australia at Haigh’s Chocolate Factory. Watch the skilled artisans produce some of the tastiest treats in the nation including chocolate frogs and hand-dipped truffles. Shred the trails at Cobbler Creek Recreation park. The 256-hectare park is a popular spot for mountain biking, and includes 17 kilometres of shared-use trails for bikers and walkers to enjoy. Cobbler Creek is home to an array of flora and fauna and is also a favourite among bird-watchers. Take a journey through Australia’s railway history at the National Railway Museum. Home to more than 100 exhibits, the museum includes a 474mm gauge railway within the complex. Displays are educational as well as interactive making learning fun for visitors of all ages. Get away from it all with a dip in the clean waters of Semaphore Beach. Its white sandy beaches and low dune background gives the sense of total seclusion all while only being 20 minutes from the CBD. Bring the family for a game of mini golf or ride the vintage carousel or Ferris wheel. Take a wall of jog along the coast path or slip into your bathers and enjoy the water. In the summer months, take a ride on the steam train puffing along the shoreline.