See Adelaide & South Australia
South Australia is a big, accessible and welcoming state. Travel conveniently around the city on foot, by bus or tram and enjoy regional South Australia by car, coach or train.
From Adelaide you can easily visit the Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Clare Valley, Eyre Peninsula, Fleurieu Peninsula, Kangaroo Island, Murray River, Mount Gambier and Yorke Peninsula.
Plan your safe transport option ahead of time to avoid being caught out.
Adelaide is well-serviced by trains, trams and buses. A good option for a short stay is the Adelaide Metro Visitor Pass. The pass includes unlimited travel for three consecutive days as well as a visitor pack with maps and travel guides. If you’re staying longer, no problems - the Visitor Pass can be recharged at most convenience stores to get you where you want to go. For more information, visit the Adelaide Metro website.
Take advantage of the free City Connector bus, offering a hop-on and hop-off service to the City and North Adelaide linking popular city attractions, shopping, dining and key destinations. Bus route 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, and 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas not serviced by the tram. Services operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends.
For timetables, route details and real-time information visit www.adelaidemetro.com.au/freecitybus
The famed Glenelg tramline extends from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Port Road, Hindmarsh, via the city centre and all the way through to beachside Glenelg. Travel free within the city centre (anywhere between North Terrace and the South Terrace stop). Outside of this zone, you'll need to purchase a ticket. You can find all route and timetable information on the Adelaide Metro website.
Don't make drink driving an option during Tasting Australia by planning ahead with one of the many private transportation options.
Chook's Little Winery Tours - This popular wine tour business not only offers tours, but also simple and fast transportation to and from the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula.
Des's Minibus - Gather a group and hire a minibus for the event. With pick-up and drop-off locations decided by you, this is an easy option to get to and from your event safely and on a budget.
Taxis - All taxis in Adelaide accept major credit cards and Cabcharge while private transfer and touring companies are also available.
Uber - Riding with Uber is as easy as downloading the Uber app and entering your destination - the app does the rest. Uber Vino is an easy and convenient transport option for those attending Fresh Wine Disco to ensure you get home safe and inexpensively.
Dial a Driver - Perfect for visiting regional events, Dial a Driver will come to you and drive your own car to your destination. Don't worry about having to collect your car in the morning, as Dial a Driver will take the stress out of last minute decisions.
Smart Car - This Adelaide based chauffeur driven luxury vehicle company is based on old fashioned customer service. Ride in a BMW or Mercedes to your event and enjoy the scenery along the way.
Eco Caddy - For the trip too far to walk and too short to cab, there’s EcoCaddy. Jump on-board one of their hybrid-electric rickshaws and get pedalled to any destination within the CBD square mile and North Adelaide. What’s better is that during Feb, rides will be FREE from 10am-2pm.
We are excited to be offering an expansive range of activities at our Town Square in Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga and at various venues through the city. UPark have nine convenient locations with flat rates, guaranteed online bookings as well as weekend and night parking options. Visit the UPark website to find the best parking option for your event.