Adelaide Transport

Public Transport

Adelaide South Australia Airport South Australia's public transport system is operated by the State Transport Authority (STA). Timetables for buses, trains and the City-Glenelg tram can be obtained from: Trans Adelaide
Customer Service Centre
Cnr King William and Currie streets Adelaide
Opening Hours
Weekdays 8am to 6pm, Sat 8am to 2pm.

Phone Information Centre:
(08) 8210 1000
Opening Hours: 7am to 8pm Daily

Timetable Information Office Concourse Adelaide Railway Station
North Terrace Adelaide
Opening Hours 8am to 6pm 7 days.

Tickets are available on boarding buses and the tram and also from selected outlets including newsagencies and delis (milk bars) in the city and suburban areas. All Australia Post offices sell Day Trip and Multi Trip tickets.
Tickets can be obtained from the ticket office at the Adelaide Railway Station, from a vending machine at the station, or on board. There is also a vending machine located outside the STA office on the corner of King William and Currie streets, Adelaide.

Trans Adelaide Busway (O' Bahn)
Adelaide has the longest guided busway in the world. Experience a ride on the world's fastest suburban bus, travelling at speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour on a unique guided busway track. View the beauty of the River Torrens Linear Park as you are whisked along the 12 kilometre track that takes you to Modbury Interchange adjacent to Tea Tree Plaza, one of Adelaide's largest undercover shopping malls.

Buses numbered 540 to 545 depart Currie and Grenfell streets in the city at 15 minute intervals during the week, and at regular intervals on weekends. Approximate bus travel time is 23 minutes.

Bee Line Free Bus Service
The Bee Line Bus Service is a free service that runs from Victoria Square via King William Street into North Terrace to George Street, returning via Hindley Street, West Terrace, North Terrace and King William Street.

Buses depart approximately every 10 minutes every Mon to Thu from 8am to 6pm, Fri 8am to 7pm, Sat 8am to 5pm from bus stops en route with a "bee" symbol.

Glenelg Tram
Take a trip on a 1929 vintage tram to historic Glenelg. The journey to Glenelg takes approximately 30 minutes.

Departures Trams depart from Victoria Square at regular intervals. See Trans Adelaide for departure times.

Taxis can be hired from taxi stands, hailed by the
roadside or booked by phoning the numbers listed

Access Cabs (for the disabled        

Phone: (08) 8234 6444

Adelaide Independent         

Phone: (08) 8234 6000

Amalgamated Taxi Services          

Phone: (08) 8223 3333

United Yellow Cabs                      

Phone: (08) 8223 3111

Suburban Taxi Service                 

Phone: (08) 8211 8888

Suburban Taxi Service - Elite Fleet

Phone: (08) 8211 8888

Diamond Taxis (Port Adelaide)

Phone: (08) 8473 222        

Des' Cabs                                  

Phone: 13 1323


Adelaide International Airport
The Adelaide International Airport is located 5 kilometres west of the city centre.

Airport Bus Service A transit bus services the international and domestic terminals and provides transport at a reasonable fare to many Adelaide city hotels and motels. The bus leaves at half hourly intervals. Timetables and fares are displayed at the bus stops at each terminal.

Arrivals Duty Free The arrivals duty free shop is conveniently located in the international terminal and may be used prior to making your declaration. Sales are limited to liquor, tobacco and perfume products and are only available to persons over 18 years of age.

Car Rentals All major car rental companies service the international and domestic terminals. Self drive and chauffeur driven car hire services are available by prior arrangement.

Public Car Parking Conveniently located public car parks service both the international and domestic terminals. Access is by clearly marked roadways. A ticket is issued at the entrance boom gate; keep it for presentation when you leave the car park. Fees are calculated on an hourly basis up to a maximum daily rate.

Taxis Taxi bays are located just outside both the international and domestic terminals. Metered fares are charged, following an initial flag fall fee.

Transit Transfer If you are a transit or transfer passenger arriving at either the international or domestic terminal, enter the building through the respective arrivals facilities and proceed to the transit lounge where your carrier will provide you with the necessary information and assistance.

Valet Car Parking This service is available at the domestic terminal only. Simply leave your vehicle in the area reserved for valet parking and proceed to the valet parking desk in the departure lounge to check in your keys and make the necessary arrangements for the return of your vehicle.

Central Bus Station
Adelaide's country and interstate bus station is located in Franklin Street, a short walk from the General Post Office. All coaches other than V-Line coaches arrive and depart from this central location. Luggage lockers are available at a small cost and there are also shower facilities and a cafeteria.
111 Franklin Street, Adelaide
Phone: (08) 8233 2733
Coachlines that use Central Bus Station are:
South Australian Country Services

Premier Road Lines
ABM Coachlines
Bonds Mount Gambler Adelaide Service
Mount Barker-Passenger Service
Yorke Peninsula Passenger Service
Barossa Adelaide Passenger Service

Phone: (08) 8415 5544
Phone: (08) 8415 5555
Phone: (08) 8347 3336
Phone: (08) 8231 9090
Phone: (08) 8391 2977
Phone: (08) 8391 2977
Phone: (085) 865 6258

Interstate Services

Bus Australia

Phone (08) 8233 2777
Phone (08) 8233 2700
Phone (08) 8233 2787

Other Interstate Bus Services

Firefly Express, 185 Victoria Square, Adelaide.
McCafferty's Express, 101 Franklin St Adelaide
V-Line coach/rail services 296 Hindley Street, Adelaide.

Phone (08) 8231 1488
Phone (08) 8212 5166
Phone (08) 8231 5144

Keswick Interstate Rail Passenger Terminal
Adelaide's country and interstate rail terminal is located at Keswick, 2 kilometres west of the city centre.

People with Disabilities
A wheelchair is available for handicapped persons while in the terminal complex. Persons in wheelchairs can move freely through the complex.

Free Car Parking
Free car parking is available at either end of the terminal building. Provision has been made for 200 vehicles.

Information Officer
An information officer is on duty to assist you with your rail enquiries.

Mini Bus
A mini bus operates to and from the terminal building to major hotels in Adelaide and to the Adelaide Railway Station. This service is available for every interstate train and a nominal charge is made. The mini bus stand is located at the northern end of the terminal building.

Loading and unloading service is situated on the eastern side of the complex.

One Day Luggage Lockers Lockers are available within the terminal at a moderate fee.

Taxi Service
Taxis service every train and the taxi stand is located at the northern end of the Terminal Building.

Other Services Travellers Aid, First Aid, Public Phones, and Australia Post Letter Box are all within the terminal building

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