Adelaide is served by a number of international airlines with daily connections from Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth. Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia provide the link from each of the cities to Adelaide.
International carriers including Qatar, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand and Jetstar International have direct flights to Adelaide via their home ports.
Adelaide Airport (International and National) is seven kilometres from the centre of the City of Adelaide.
Airport shuttle bus – stops at the major city hotels. Cost AUD 10 (US 7.60; Euro 7.10) and runs approximately every half hour. Group discounts available.
Taxi fare to the city is approximately AUD 25-30 (US 19-US 23.00; Euro 17-21).
Adelaide Airport Routes and Maps
Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia was named by the Lonely Planet guide as one of the top 10 must visit cities in 2014. Visit the following links:
Adelaide is the gateway to some of Australia’s iconic landmarks:
The Red Centre of Australia
Kakadu National Park
The Great Barrier Reef
Explore Australia. Use the map to explore Australia’s icons, cities, states and territories
Every visitor to Australia MUST have at least an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). Some people require various types of visa. The ETA can be applied for on line for select passport holders, or you may need to use a travel agent to apply for the visa. It is typically processed within 24 hours and is free, but you need to allow at least two weeks before you travel.
You must be outside Australia when you apply and when the eVisitor or ETA is granted. The ETA allows you to enter Australia for up to three months at a time as a tourist. Your passport must have a minimum of 6 months validity from the time of your departure to Australia.
You will need a separate eVisitor for each family member travelling with you to Australia, including those who are younger than 18 years of age and are included on your passport.
No label will be placed in your passport. When you check in to fly to Australia, the airline staff will electronically confirm your passport and eVisitor details.
*For New Zealand visitors you will require a valid NZ passport and in most cases delegates will be granted an electronic Special Category visa on arrive in Australia. If a delegate is a New Zealand citizen but holds a travel document other than a NZ passport they will need to apply for a visa before travelling to Australia.
The Australian Government and Border Protection
Australia has reciprocal health care agreements with a number of countries. Reciprocal health care agreements provide health care in some circumstances, but will not cover all health care needs. They do not replace the need for travel insurance. We do encourage all visitors to Australia for Panpapanpalya to obtain adequate health insurance.