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Adelaide Airport is an international airport located about 7 kilometres away from Adelaide Oval, which sits just to the north of the city centre. To drive between the two takes about 15 minutes during off-peak hours, and up to 35 minutes when the roads are at their busiest.
The route cuts through the corner of the city, so can be stressful if you’re a newcomer to the city. If you’d prefer a relaxing and comfortable alternative, Hughes Limousines can pick you up in a modern chauffeur-driven vehicle, and whisk you to your destination in style, letting you sit back and take in the city. Our fleet has vehicles big and small, from minibuses to sedans, which can accommodate groups of up to 20 people. We’re also passionate about the environment, so ensure that our vehicles are modern, fuel-efficient, and regularly serviced to keep them in top condition.
You can book one of our vehicles using our app, on our website, or by giving us a call. Every vehicle has GPS tracking too, so you can keep tabs on our vehicle as it makes its way to you.
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Here is a useful travel guide to help you plan your journey to and from Adelaide Airport o Adelaide Oval.
Driving from Adelaide Oval to Adelaide Airport takes roughly 15 minutes during most of the day, or up to 35 minutes in rush hour. You can catch the J2 bus if you prefer, which can take up 50 minutes depending on traffic.
Adelaide Airport has a single passenger terminal, which operates both international and domestic flights. International flights can be found through Jetstar, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, China Southern, Malaysia Airlines, and Singapore Airlines. Domestic flights are operated by Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin, and REX, and smaller regional flights are run by Alliance, Qantas, Cobham, and also REX.
If you’re wanting to park at Adelaide Airport, you can choose from the following options:
As an international airport, Adelaide Airport has plenty to do. Places to eat and drink include the Coopers Alehouse, Penfolds Wine Bar & Kitchen, Subway, and Soul Origin. If you’re keen to shop, you can check out Aelia Duty-Free, Rip Curl, and Seed, to name a few.
You’ll also find baggage storage lockers if you need to keep your luggage safe, currency exchange desks for swapping money, and shower facilities if you need to freshen up. If you’d like a comfortable sleep, the Atura Hotel is connected directly to the airport.
The Adelaide Oval is a famous sports ground a couple of kilometres north of the city centre, used for both cricket and footy. It opened way back in 1871, and holds up to 55,317 people—a number that was reached for the Second Ashes Test in late 2017.
The Oval is a must-see if you’re a sports fan. Check out its website for upcoming events, and to purchase tickets.