Book your own unforgettable travel experiences to Adelaide


Australia’s fifth largest city, Adelaide offers up a great mix of sites and attractions to enjoy year round. And with great deals on airfares by Aunt Betty, you’ll have plenty of pocket change left over when you get there! 

From the beaches and nearby hills to the culturally vibrant city in between, there’s plenty to peak your interest. And while Adelaide may be the seat of state government, it’s the food, arts and cultural attractions that govern its thriving social scene. From the hip and trendy inner-city laneways with their cafes and bistros to ethnic eateries and celebrity chef restaurants, Adelaide’s foodie credentials and culinary prowess have put it on the map. But what would a trip to Adelaide be without a visit to the Barossa wine region? Enjoy the gorgeous scenery as you drive to any of the 80 cellar doors for the best in Aussie wines, cheeses and fresh produce. 

Domestic Airlines flying to Adelaide

With so many airlines serving Adelaide, finding a great airfare deal has never been easier. Aunt Betty brings you the best airfare options in one, easy to navigate location. Looking for the best domestic route? These airlines can get you where you need to be when travelling to or from Adelaide.


  • Moomba, Olympic Dam, Prominent Hill, Pt. Augusta.


  • Avalon, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.


  • Alice Springs, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Port Lincoln, Sydney, Whyalla.

Regional Express (REX)

  • Broken Hill, Ceduna, Coober Pedy, Kingscote, Mildura, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln, Whyalla.

Sharp Airlines

  • Flying between Adelaide and Port Augusta, SA every weekday. 

Virgin Australia

  • Alice Springs, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.

Peak and off season. When to get the best deal

With great airfare deals available all year round, Adelaide is the perfect holiday destination. While Summer sizzles with deals on winery tours and beach getaways, the cooler months draw just as big a crowd. Adelaide’s impressive food, arts and museum scene make for top holiday highlights even in winter. 

Getting to Adelaide is easy to! While low fare airlines continue their Adelaide expansion, Qantas and Virgin Australia provide equally competitive options. For the best deals, flyers will want to consider flying mid-week. Booking in advance is another way to find the best fare. Naturally, fares tend to be higher during the peak school holiday periods, so to find a better deal, plan your holiday around these times. 

Getting to and leaving the airport

Adelaide Airport lies just 6 km west of the CBD. The route out of the city is on Sir Donald Bradman Drive. Follow the airport signs to Sir Richard Williams Avenue which leads directly to the airport terminal.

For a map of the terminal, airport carparks and roadways, visit the Adelaide Airport info page.

Adelaide Airport Facilities & Services

Adelaide Airport offers its passengers a long list of services. You can even stay connected with free Wi-Fi which is offered throughout the terminal. In addition to car rental and transport services, passengers will find the following services and features at Adelaide Airport.-

  • ATMs on Ground Floor and Level 2
  • Children’s play area with parents’ lounge
  • Prayer Room (Level 2)
  • Currency Exchange desks (Located before and after Customs)
  • Dedicated smoking areas outside on Level 2
  • Shopping and dining options
  • Australia Post Office (within short walking distance of terminal on Sir Richard Williams Ave)

Adelaide as transit or stop-over destination

Adelaide is a compact city with a walkable landscape. A CBD area surrounded by lovely parks and green spaces, visitors will find plenty of outdoor attractions close by. Rundle Mall is the city’s main shopping and entertainment district where a mix of department stores, specialty shops, cafes and restaurants provide hours of enjoyment. Just one block away on North Terrace, visitors will find the stately looking South Australia Museum, the South Australia Parliament building, Government House, and the nearby, Adelaide Casino. Beyond these popular landmarks, visitors can take a quiet stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens found along the banks of River Torrens. There’s plenty to see outside the city too. Some of Australia’s most beautiful wine producing regions lie just minutes away. With over 200 cellar doors to choose from, an entire day can be spent enjoying some of Australia’s finest food and wines.