Getting to SA
South Australia is centrally located with easy access from all major cities and towns throughout Australia as well as being on the direct flight routes from Alice Springs, Darwin and the South East Asian ports.
Adelaide Airport is located just six kilometers west of Adelaide. As the prime gateway to South Australia, Adelaide Airport - through its new state of the art facilities - is focused on providing more than six million annual passengers with efficient, comfortable and world-class services.
Learn more about Adelaide’s domestic and international operators
Greyhound Australia Coaches arrive in the centre of Adelaide city. They also have a number of great travel offers to take you to some of Australia’s most spectacular destinations. Travelling by coach is one of the easiest and affordable ways of getting to Adelaide.
Book a coach through Greyhound
A great way to get to South Australia is to drive from Sydney or Melbourne. We recommend you allow a minimum of 4 nights to complete the trip, especially if traveling the popular Melbourne to Adelaide touring route along the Great Ocean Road.
Learn more about getting to South Australia by road
The Indian Pacific spans Australia from Sydney to Perth via Adelaide, and is a great way to get to South Australia from Sydney.
Learn more about getting to South Australia by rail
Kangaroo Island Sealink operates a number of daily sailings from Cape Jervis, Fleurieu Peninsula to Penneshaw, and Kangaroo Island.
Learn more about travel by sea