Destination: Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Adelaide is a gateway to some of Australia’s best wine country as well as historic buildings, lush parklands and some of the country’s best beaches.
South Australia’s capital city is the proud home of world-famous chefs, serving game-changing dishes in stunning Adelaide restaurants and beyond. Steeped in history and drenched in class, wash it all down in Adelaide’s booming bar scene. Adelaide’s Leigh Street and Peel Street are packed with fantastic small bars; you’ll find some of our coolest spots in basements, behind secret doors and down unmarked alleyways. Just minutes away from the city lie some of the world’s most renowned wine regions, from the Barossa and its bold reds to the cool climate Adelaide Hills.
Wondering what to do in Adelaide? The city is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Soak-up the sun at one of many picture-perfect metropolitan beaches, visit chic inner-city boutiques for a hefty dose of retail therapy, dine at world-famous restaurants, sip your way through a thriving small bar scene or taste your way through some of Australia’s best wine regions. We keep the party going all year-round.
Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia
The Adelaide Convention Centre is located in the city, alongside the picturesque Torrens River and parklands. The convention centre, on North Terrace, just a short walk from Peel Street, which hosts an mix of eclectic eateries and small bars. For a bit of culture and history in one afternoon head up North Terrace to the South Australian Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia. Jump on the tram and head out to Glenelg Beach and enjoy the Adelaide sunshine with a gelato in hand.
For more information on the conference venue, visit the Adelaide Convention Centre website.
Adelaide Airport is located approximately 15 minutes from Adelaide CBD (7 km).
Public transport: Adelaide Metro offers an express double-decker bus service called JetExpress between the airport and the city. Single trip and daytrip tickets can be purchased from bus drivers.
Airport City Shuttle offers a door to door service from the Airport to Adelaide hotels and businesses. The service runs approximately every half an hour during popular travel times and bookings are not required. Visit the Adelaide Airport website for more details.
Taxis: a rank located to the left of the pedestrian plaza as you leave the terminal. Concierges allocate taxis to passengers and can also organise taxis with baby capsules, wheelchair access, five-seaters and maxi taxis for larger groups or station wagons for large amounts of baggage.
Choose from trains, trams and buses with Adelaide Metro.
Explore the CBD with the free City Connector Loop-Bus which runs frequently until about 6pm each day.
Adelaide Independent Taxis: 13 22 11
13cabs: 13 22 27
Suburban Taxis: 131 008
Flying to Adelaide
Regular flights depart from most Australian capital cities and fly direct to Adelaide.
Flying to Adelaide from Melbourne takes less than an hour, and flights from Sydney are only an hour and 40 minutes.
Flying internationally? Adelaide is serviced by the world’s best international airlines including Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand, Jetstar International and Fiji Airways.
For further information on flights and flight times, visit SA Tourism.