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Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Renowned for its arts, music and bustling food and drink scene, Adelaide is the popular coastal capital of South Australia. With the best eats found on Gouger Street and in the Adelaide Central Market, this multicultural city is certainly a contender for the title of Australia's food and wine capital. Despite its refined charm, it is still known to locals for its laid-back and free-and-easy lifestyle, especially down in beachy Glenelg, where you can expect all the outdoor action to happen. Ensure your trip to or from Adelaide gets off to the best start by booking your airport transfer on today.

Once listed in the top 10 best airports in the world, Adelaide Airport is one of Australia's busiest airports. ADL is located right next to West Beach, and is just six kilometres west of Adelaide city centre. Book your airport transfer on to get your trip off to the best start and avoid airport parking fees as well as the stress of navigating a new city.

Adelaide Airport has one terminal for both domestic and international flights. If you're only in transit but want to explore what the city has to offer, baggage storage lockers are available on the ground floor. Three Travelex currency exchange kiosks as well as ATMs can be found on the ground level or level two. Speedy free WiFi can be accessed throughout the terminal. Parents travelling with kids can take them to the children's play area on level two, while they enjoy a coffee before their flight.

Top things to do in and around Adelaide

  • Spend a day in the beautiful seaside suburb of Glenelg, where you can swim with wild dolphins, sunbathe on its sandy white shores or dine in one of its many lively restaurants.
  • Visit the picturesque Adelaide Hills and stroll through Mount Lofty Botanic Garden- you'll be mesmerised by the serenity and beauty of the landscape. After a satisfying stroll, head to Hahndorf and try a German schnitzel- the town is known for its German-style architecture and German foods, and is Australia's oldest surviving German settlement.
  • Head to Adelaide Central Market to experience the hype over this major food hub of the Southern Hemisphere. You'll find all types of artisanal foods along with some of the city's most beloved cafes.
  • Stroll along the North Terrace precinct, home to interesting museums, art galleries and Parliament House.
  • Take a cruise along the Murray River and look out for the impressive rock formations of the area.
  • Take a trip to Kangaroo Island, one of the best places in the country to see native wildlife. While there, check out the Remarkable Rocks in Flinders Chase National Park or walk among Australian sea-lions at Seal Bay.
  • Wine and dine in the famous food districts of Chinatown, Gouger Street and Rundle Street.
  • For wine lovers, tour Barossa Valley and visit one of its many wineries. Indulge your inner-foodie at one of the delicious eateries in the area.

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