- Public Transport
- Driving in SA
Adelaide’s public transport system includes buses, trains and trams and all of this can get you to the far reaches of the city. You’ll find everything you need to know about Adelaide’s public transport including timetables and route maps from the link below.
FREE CITY CENTRE BUSES AND TRAMS
The free ‘terrace to terrace’ tram service takes you through the city centre and connects with the Adelaide Railway Station and UniSA City West Campus. Also look out for the City loop bus (99C) that can take you on a ride past art galleries, museums and universities.
DRIVING IN SA
In Australia, motorists drive on the left-hand side of the road. For visitors that come from countries where motorists drive on the right-hand side of the road this change in driving patterns can cause disorientation.
Adelaide is a great outdoors city with good bike paths and cycling lanes, but there are a few things to remember before taking off on two wheels.
By law you must wear a helmet at all times while cycling.
When using bicycle lanes or shared paths, always keep left and give way to pedestrians.
All bikes must be fitted with a working bell and brakes.
Front and rear lights are required for riding at night or during hazardous weather conditions – you must be visible from 200 metres. It is good idea to wear bright coloured clothing at all times