Adelaide Accommodation

How to get there

Adelaide's international and domestic airport is only 6km from the city. Most international flights arrive via Perth or Sydney. There re frequent direct flights from other state capitals and regional towns. Interstate trains arrive at Keswick, just southwest of the city, and interstate coaches arrive at Central in the city. Also available are car hire and campervans.

In addition to the local buses in the city, the Adelaide Connector offers a free service connecting major facilities in the North Adelaide and city centre areas. Bus timetables are available from the Visitor Information Centre at the Western end of Rundle Mall.

Adelaide is the main stopping point for the Indian-Pacific, the interstate train running between Sydney and Perth. The Indian-Pacific is one of the great train journeys, including the world’s longest stretch of straight railway track across the Nullabor Plain. For more than 450km the track does not deviate across this vast, flat treeless plain covering much of south-eastern WA and western SA. The Indian-Pacific, as its name suggests, connects the two oceans and is one of the world’s longer single-train journeys: 4,352km from Sydney to Perth. Hop off the train for optional sight-seeing tours at Broken Hill in New South Wales and Kalgoorlie in the Western Australian goldfields. On the Nullabor, you will also stop at Cook, a ‘settlement’ of two people, and see classic Australian wildlife, including the majestic wedge-tailed eagle.

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