Flights to Adelaide

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Last minute flights to Adelaide

Departure Mon, 01 Jan Return Sat, 06 Jan
SYD Sydney
ADL Adelaide
return from £211
Departure Sat, 30 Dec Return Tue, 16 Jan
LHR London
ADL Adelaide
return from £696
Departure Mon, 18 Dec Return Tue, 26 Dec
MEL Melbourne
ADL Adelaide
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Departure Sun, 24 Dec Return Fri, 05 Jan
MAN Manchester
ADL Adelaide
return from £1,405
Popular flight routes to Adelaide
London - Adelaide
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Perth - Adelaide
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Leeds Bradford - Adelaide
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Birmingham - Adelaide
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Trips to Adelaide

Adelaide travel

Cosmopolitan, cultured and sophisticated, Adelaide is one of Australia's biggest cities, with many distinct sides and personalities. Its history stretches back to the 1800s where it was founded by migrants who built the city on an industry of mining and agriculture. The city is home to some of Australia's most renowned museums and attractions, beautiful parks and mansions. There is also a flourishing music scene including everything from opera to the latest live music. Adelaide is blessed with a series of golden beaches nearby where visitors can swim with dolphins, go diving and snorkelling or simply soak up the sun.

Things to do and places to see in Adelaide

The central downtown area is where visitors on a trip to Adelaide will find most of the sights, historical attractions, museums and shopping, while north Adelaide boasts upmarket hotels, restaurants, tree-lined boulevards and charming parks and gardens. Port Adelaide is in the northwest where you will discover Victorian warehouses and historic buildings, while Glenelg seaside resort sits on the coast, a short tram ride from the city centre.

When visiting Adelaide, be sure to:

  • Visit the Art Gallery of South Australia, which houses some of Australia's best art collections within an elegant Victorian building
  • Go wine tasting at the National Wine Centre of Australia, reputed to have Australia's largest tasting room
  • Wander through the tropical Botanical Gardens, established in 1855, an oasis within the city
  • Dig into Australia's fascinating past at the South Australian Museum
  • Shop for food at the vibrant Adelaide Central Market, founded in 1869
  • Indulge in some al fresco dining and multi-cultural flavours on Rundle Street
  • Take the tram to Glenelg in Holdfast Bay and hit the beaches
  • Embark on a thrilling dolphin sailing tour
  • Visit giant pandas, kangaroos and wallabies at Adelaide Zoo
  • Catch a show at the Adelaide Festival Centre, a thriving hub for the performing arts
  • Embrace the atmosphere of Victoria Square (otherwise known as Tarndanyangga)
Adelaide

Adelaide airports

Passengers on flights to Adelaide Airport will land at one of the largest and busiest airports in Australia, which serves both the city of Adelaide and the surrounding southern region of Australia.

  • Adelaide Airport

    Top airlines

    A number of airlines operate cheap flights to Adelaide Airport on a regular basis including: Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific and Emirates.

    Location

    Adelaide Airport is located about 4 miles to the west of Adelaide city centre.

    Transport options

    If you are driving to the city, you can follow the Sir Richard Williams Avenue and then turn onto Sir Donald Bradman Drive (otherwise known as the A6) that runs to the city centre. Numerous car rental agencies are located in the terminal close to the baggage claim area. By public transport, you can take the JetExpress bus service to the city centre or, alternatively, the JetBus service which runs to Glenelg, West Beach and the City. There is also a shuttle bus service that goes to many hotels around the city centre. Taxis are available outside the terminal building.

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