University of Adelaide

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Adelaide University
(Adelaide, South Australia - SA, Australia)

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Adelaide has an excellent public transport system. It has a wide network of trains, buses, ferries, and trams. Tourists can easily move from one village or town to the next. There are also a lot of transportation options for travelling to the city's outskirts - the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, Flinders Ranges and the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Adelaide is a very well-planned city. There are many major routes in and out of the its metropolitan area, so many tourists are not afraid to rent cars and just explore. Car rentals are often reasonably priced. Many firms offer discounts to tourists who intend to rent for a vehicle for at least three days. Avis, Alamo, Budget, National, Hertz, and Thrifty Car Rental are just a few of the major car rental companies in Adelaide.

Travel by Air

The Adelaide Airport is a world-class airport located very near the city's central business district. Adelaide Airport's Terminal 1 incorporates a retail mall which features stores carrying many South Australian brands. You may also arrive via Parafield Airport, which is less than 20 kilometers north of the central business district.

Car Parking

The Adelaide city centre provides a lot of parking facilities. Tourists can easily spot the numerous large parking garages right in the Central Business District.

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Travel by Trains and Rail Travel

The TransAdelaide transport authority operates the city's train system of more than 80 stations. The TransAdelaide network offers regular trains throughout the week, but only limited trips during the weekends. There are five lines travelling across the metropolitan area -- Noarlunga., Belair, Grange, Gawler, and Outer Harbor.

Travel by Buses and Coach Travel

The Adelaide City Council offers free Connector City Loop Bus service, which offers locals and tourists free bus travel around many areas of both Adelaide and North Adelaide. Tourists will enjoy regular bus trips every half an hour 30 minutes. Other buses travel to the suburban areas. Most of these buses are operated by TransAdelaide. Tourists can get free bus timetables from the TransAdelaide Information Bureau. Located along King William Street. TransAdelaide bus tickets can also be used on the trams and trains.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis offer one of the most convenient ways to travel around the city, as a selection of different taxi firms operate in and around Adelaide. Further taxi ranks can be found throughout the city, and taxis can also be pre-booked by phone.

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