Flights from Adelaide to Brisbane

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$492 ONE WAY
JQ Airlines

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Route information for flights from Adelaide to Brisbane

Cheapest one-way price for the current month from $492*
Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months from $153*
Cheapest month September 2024
Most expensive month September 2024
Average flight time 3h 50m

Brisbane Guide

Travelling with Children in Brisbane

Brisbane is a fantastic destination for travellers of all ages. If you're buying flights Adelaide to Brisbane for the whole family, here are some of the best things to do while in the Queensland capital.

Go on a cruise along the Brisbane River

There are several family-friendly Brisbane River cruises to set sail. The boat ride will take you past some of the city's top attractions such as the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Story Bridge and many historic buildings. If your kids love animals, you can take the Miramar Cruise to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. For families buying Adelaide to Brisbane flights on a budget, there is also the free CityHopper ferry service. It travels along the river and stops at the South Bank and the Maritime Museum.

Visit the ScienCentre

The ScienCentre is a great rainy day activity for the whole family. Inside the museum, there are interactive exhibits that will keep the kids entertained for a few hours. Your children will learn exciting facts about the human bodies, space, time, sound and energy. Families buying Adelaide to Brisbane flights can purchase tickets at the Queensland Museum.

Learn about dinosaurs at the Queensland Museum

The Queensland Museum is an excellent budget-friendly activity for families travelling aboard Adelaide to Brisbane return flights. The permanent exhibitions are free, and there are informative displays about a perennially-popular topic with kids - dinosaurs! The kids can see skeletons, giant squids, fossils, and so much more!

Ride the Wheel of Brisbane

End your trip to Queensland with a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane. With a height of 60 metres, your kids will love getting to see the city from above. The ride lasts for 12 minutes and has a 360-degree view of the skyline. There's also a guided narration that will tell you all about the sights down on ground level. For a different perspective, families buying flights Adelaide to Brisbane can opt to take two rides - one during the day, and one at nighttime.

How Much Time to Spend in Brisbane

As one of the top holiday destinations in Australia, there is so much to see in Brisbane no matter when you visit. Many travellers buying cheap flights to Brisbane from Adelaide spend between two and five days here. This gives you ample time to visit some of the major sights and get a taste of the city. Keep in mind that staying at accommodation located in the CBD is a great tip for cutting down the time you spend commuting between attractions and things to do.

Use your Brisbane itinerary to tick off seeing things such as Southbank, the Brisbane River, Story Bridge, and some of the museums and art galleries. If you want to see even more of Brisbane and fancy the idea of going out on a couple of day trips, think about organising plane tickets to Brisbane from Adelaide that give you at least seven days in the city. Some great options for day tripping out of Brisbane include to Fraser Island, Moreton Island, the Scenic Rim and Mount Warning.

Public Transport and How to Get Around Brisbane

  • Trains: Travellers purchasing flights Adelaide to Brisbane can use the train to visit attractions across the city. Services run every day and stops are located near top sights such as the Queensland Museum and Gallery of Modern Art. You can also take the train to reach nearby neighbourhoods South Bank and Fortitude Valley.
  • Buses: There is a free City Loop and Spring Hill bus service. The service runs from Monday to Friday from 7am to 6pm. It's a particularly convenient service for travellers buying cheap flights Adelaide to Brisbane who want to explore the City Botanic Gardens, King George Square and Queen Street Mall.
  • Bicycles: If you want to take in the city’s sights at your own pace, take to two wheels and explore Brisbane’s many cycling paths. Travellers buying Adelaide to Brisbane flights can hire a bike for the week for about $11 AUD. The first 30 minutes of use is often free, but remember to always a helmet as it is a $120 AUD fine if you’re caught without one.

Transport from Brisbane Airport (BNE)

The quickest and cheapest way to get from Brisbane Airport (BNE) to the city is with the Airtrain. It runs every 15 to 30 minutes and costs $12.50 AUD. It's the best choice for travellers buying tickets to Brisbane from Adelaide that want to keep their transportation costs as low as possible.

If you'd prefer to take a taxi, you'll find the drivers waiting outside of the terminal building. A one-way trip will cost between $45 to $65 AUD. You can also use the airport's WiFi to request a ride with Uber. Depending on when your flights Adelaide to Brisbane land, ride-sharing services charge between $33 to $45 AUD.

For groups booking cheap flights to Brisbane from Adelaide, it's a good idea to use a shared transfer service from Brisbane Airport (BNE). The vehicles can accommodate more people and prices are around $20 AUD per person.