Adult Fare less 50%: Student (5-14 years incl.) No other requirements. Adult Fare less 50%: Student (15 years and over) Must be a full time South Australian student holding an SA Government approved student pass. To be presented at time of booking/ticketing. Card must be carried when travelling. Adult Fare less 50%: Pensioner
Times. Doors Open Dinner: 6:00-8:00pm Show Starts: 8:00pm Show Finishes: 10 pm (approx) How to get there. Train: 5 mins walk from Adelaide train station Tram: Opposite City West stop Bus: Numerous bus routes travel down North Tce, Currie street and Morphett street Car: A number of multi-story car parks are within 5 min walk
The City of Adelaide acknowledges the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners of the Country where the city of Adelaide is situated today, and pays its respect to Elders past and present
For accurate times please visit the Adelaide Metro website. If you wish to use public transport to/from Adelaide Airport, Adelaide Metro offers a convenient JetBus service to Glenelg, West Beach and the City, servicing all stops en route. JetBus is a Metroticket service. Single trip and daytrip tickets can be purchased from bus drivers.
Fares start at $1.89 for an adult single-trip ticket and vary depending on the time of day (peak or not) and how many zones youre traveling. You can also get daytrip tickets for $9.90. Its also worth noting that bus stops outside the CBD are consecutively numbered, they are not named.
Adult tickets are for everyone aged 16 years and older, with the exception of NSW/ACT Senior Secondary Students and those eligible for a concession fare. If you dont have an Opal card you can use your contactless payment card or device for Adult Opal fares. Or you will need to purchase an Opal single trip ticket.
When you purchase your return ticket at the same as the ticket to your destination, you’ll receive a 5% discount on your return fare!* As well as our everyday discounts, we regularly offer new and exciting specials – check out our deals & discounts page to see our latest specials! *Available only for Premium adult …
You can use the ticket any where that the Adelaide Metro trains, trams and buses go to. Its not zoned so basically any of the Adelaide suburbs. It doesnt cover special buses like Link SA to the Barossa or Goolwa for example "Unlimited travel all day until 4.30am on any bus, tram or train service
Plan your tram, bus or train trip on the Adelaide Metro website Plan your trip. Tram Safety > single ride – adult and/or concession ticket, or ; daily - adult and/or concession ticket. You can find out if youre eligible for a concession ticket by visiting the Concessions information page.
This metroCARD entitles holders to unlimited travel on Adelaide Metro bus, train and tram services all day, and you can keep your card at the end of your travels as a memento of your time in Adelaide. Two children under 15 years of age travel free at all times when accompanied by an adult using a Cruise Ship metroCARD.
Adelaide Central Bus Station operates from 6:00 am to 9:30 pm, seven days a week. Buses and coaches service regional areas and interstate destinations. The station is conveniently located in Franklin Street, in the heart of the city near the Central Market.
One of Australia’s longest operating prison facilities, The Adelaide Goal ran for 147 years from 1841 to 1988. A major landmark in Adelaide’s heritage, the goal is one of the oldest public buildings in the city. A walk through the goal area offers a glimpse into the life of the former inmates and their notorious past.
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The bus fare in Adelaide are on pay per ride basis. It costs AUD $ 3.77 for a ride on the bus for an adult. Here, card options are available too for frequent commuters.
Bus routes 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, while routes 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas. Free city tram. You can travel on the tram in the city centre free of charge from the South Terrace stop, to, and along North Terrace. The free zone continues out to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre where a Park n Ride service is