Surrounded by some of Australia's best wine regions and rich, fertile farmland, Adelaide is paradise for lovers of fine food and wine. Read more...
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Flying time from Melbourne to Adelaide: 1 hour 20 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
First stop for many visitors to Adelaide is the historic Central Market, which buzzes with life and colour as 80 stallholders gather to trade fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses, organic meats, flowers and more. Soak up the atmosphere over breakfast at Zuma Cafe and pick up some treats at the Smelly Cheese Shop.
Adelaide is a modern, multicultural city with an exciting fusion of flavours from all over the world. The Barossa Valley's German heritage has left its mark on the city, with a European flair to many of the restaurants and coffee houses. Dress up for afternoon tea at Lenzerheide Restaurant, which is located inside a beautiful old manor house, or head to Felici or The Coffee Barun to get a taste of Adelaide's vibrant café culture. If Asian food is more your thing, the locals swear by Ying Chow for cheap, cheerful, authentic Chinese. This Gouger Street institution serves traditional Guangzhou cuisine like salt-and-pepper squid, and often has queues out the door.
Want to make the most of Adelaide's culinary scene? Consider taking a gourmet city 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.