Transport Options

 

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Adelaide is well-serviced by trains, trams and buses. If you’re in town for a holiday, convention or business, a good option 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 with normal Metrocard fares to help you get to where you want to go. For more information, visit the Adelaide Metro website.


Trams

The Glenelg tram extends from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Port Road, Hindmarsh, via the city centre, all the way through to Glenelg beach. Two zones offer free travel – the city centre zone (anywhere between the South Terrace stop and the Entertainment Centre stop) and the Jetty Road, Glenelg zone (from the Brighton Road stop to the Moseley Square 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.

Free Travel

You can travel around the Adelaide city centre for FREE on the tram between the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and South Terrace, or take the 99C bus which is the City clockwise loop and makes stops at Rundle Mall, the South Australian Museum and Adelaide Central Market.

The Adelaide Connector Bus 

The free City Connector Bus is a convenient link between the major facilities within North Adelaide and Adelaide city centre including universities, schools, community services and shopping precincts. The bus service operates seven days a week (except public holidays).
 

Grab some wheels

There are more than 500 bikes available for hire from Adelaide Free Bikes and you can pick one up from 20 20 city locations. To hire a bike, all you need to do is show some identification (driver’s licence, passport or student card) and fill out a form. Then a bike, a helmet and lock are yours for the day. 


EcoCaddy

Within the city streets, you'll find this eco-friendly, short-trip public transport an option when it's a bit too far to walk. Book a ride here. You can also discover Adelaide on a tour with EcoCaddy, visiting markets, green spaces, laneways and museums. Join a boutique bar cruise, kids cruise or shopping cruise. Find out more about EcoCaddy experiences.

City taxi ranks

There are a number of supervised taxi ranks that provide a safe place to wait for a taxi after a night out. On Friday and Saturday nights between 11pm and 4.30am these ranks are staffed with a concierge and a security officer. They are located at:

  • North Terrace, entrance to the Adelaide Casino,
  • Corner of Hindley Street and Morphett Street,
  • Pulteney Street, near entrance to Rundle Mall,
  • King William Street near entrance to Rundle Mall,
  • Colley Terrace, Glenelg (near Moseley Square).
 

Uber

Get around the city easily in an Uber. You can also be dropped off at Adelaide Airport in an Uber.

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