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Adelaide - Arrival

Buses from out of town, including the airport bus, will drop you off at the Central Bus Station , 101-111 Franklin St, which, compared to bus terminals in other major cities, is very basic. The international airport , 7km southwest from the centre, is small, modern and easy to handle; there's a currency exchange and information booth. The domestic terminal is about half a kilometre southwest. Both are serviced by the airport bus (Transit Regency Coaches depart hourly between 5.30am & 8.30pm, every 30min Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, with a final departure daily at 9.45pm; $6.60 one-way; to book a return trip call 08/8381 5311), which will drop you off at most city accommodation on request; its set route stops at Victoria Square and North Terrace, as well as the bus station. A taxi costs around $15 to either the city or the beachside suburb of Glenelg, 11km from the centre. Arriving by train at the Keswick Interstate Terminal, you can also take the airport bus, which stops here en route ($3.30 to city or airport), or walk to the suburban platform and catch a train into Adelaide Train Station on North Terrace. Taxis to the city from the Interstate Terminal charge about $8.


Also See:
City Transport
Eating And Drinking
Entertainment And Nightlife
Gay And Lesbian Adelaide
The Adelaide Festival Of Arts And Womadelaide
Explore Adelaide
Hotels in Adelaide

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