Arriving in Australia
Arriving at Adelaide Airport
Adelaide Airport is approximately 7 kilometres from the Adelaide CBD. Flights are available to/from a large number of airports in many areas of the world including Asia, Europe, India, the Middle East, New Zealand and the USA.
Getting to your accommodation
A public bus service, JetBus, offers services from the airport to the city, Glenelg and the north-eastern suburbs. Tickets must be purchased from the driver
There is a shuttle service, the Skylink, which runs regular bus services between Adelaide Airport, Keswick Interstate Railway Terminal and the Adelaide CBD. Adelaide Airport Flyer minibus services to Adelaide and surrounding areas are also available, but must be pre-booked
A taxi rank is available at the airport, where concierges will help passengers hire a taxi. There is an additional $2 fee per taxi when leaving from the airport
To find out more, visit www.adelaideairport.com.au
Public transport in Adelaide
Adelaide is serviced by trains, buses and trams which will take you all over the city. There are a number of free services which are very useful for getting around the city centre.
Visit the Passenger Transport Information Centre or www.adelaidemetro.com.au to find out about timetables, routes and fares. Study Adelaide also has lots of useful information for international students.