Wine connoisseurs flock to Adelaide with three of Australia's top grape-growing areas within an easy drive. Read more...
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Flying time from Darwin to Adelaide: 3 hours 30 minutes approximately Distance from CBD: 6km
Taxi: Around $15 to CBD
Public Transport: Shuttles and public buses run daily between the airport and CBD.
Currency: Australian Dollar
Adelaide's most famous wine making region is the Barossa Valley, which was settled by German winemakers 170 years ago and is home to household names like Jacob's Creek, Yalumba and Penfolds. While the Barossa is best known for its Shiraz, the Adelaide Hills wine region is renowned for its Chardonnay while the Clare Valley offers excellent Rieslings.
It's possible to get a taste for Adelaide's rich wine culture without visiting the vineyards though, as most restaurants and bars in the city offer a good selection of South Australian wines. If you want to learn more about winemaking, check out the National Wine Centre of Australia. Awaken your senses with the interactive Wine Discovery Journey and Exhibition, before sampling some of the region's finest drops at the Concourse Cafe, which offers daily wine tasting. If you prefer to get your gourmet fix through sweet treats, Adelaide does not disappoint. Marvel at the historic Haigh's Chocolates store and factory, or try the local favourite FruChocs from Robern Menz.
If you're eager to learn more and fine-tune your palette, take part a wine appreciation course or wine-tasting day tour.
Adelaide Airport (ADL)
For helpful information about getting to and from the airport, check-in information and more have a look at our Adelaide Airport Guide.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located within close proximity to Adelaide Airport. Book your Adelaide Airport Accommodation.
Airlines that fly to Adelaide
The following airlines fly to Adelaide domestically:
For more information on airlines that offer flights to Adelaide, see our domestic airline page.
You might also be interested in our international airline guide.