Adelaide is a city of well-connected places. It’s easy to get around, whether by foot, by bike or by using public transport.
Quality public transport operates seven days a week, while dedicated bike lanes and paths make it a great place to cycle.
Walking is a stand-out option thanks to the city’s flat and easily navigable streets.
Parking in the City
If you plan to drive into the city, Adelaide has both short and long-term parking facilities available. Additionally, Park’n’Ride services, disability access and event parking offer both visitors and residents a range of options while they enjoy the city.
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Getting around the city by public transport or taxi is easy. The Connector Bus service and the trams are free within the city and certain areas. For more information about bus, tram and train timetables, fares and service please visit the Adelaide Metro website.
Taxis & Uber
While there are plenty of taxis available, particularly in the city’s key entertainment districts, it’s worth booking a taxi for the busiest periods, such as Friday and Saturday nights.The city of Adelaide is also serviced by Uber. Click here for a fare estimate.
The Access Adelaide Guide includes information for people with disabilities to travel to, in and around the city; and to find places to enjoy. It also includes contact details for organisations with further information.