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Hobart(HBA) ⇒ Adelaide(ADL)
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Hobart(HBA) ⇒ Adelaide(ADL)
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Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, where opal mining and gemstones lead the traveller’s interest. Hiking the trails of Mt. Lofty Ranges or the Fleurieu Peninsula is an experience you will treasure if you love adventure and nature. Indulge in gastronomic adventures and explore the vineyards of the famed Barossa Valley as you shop for local souvenir treasures and revel in the local fine arts.
The Clipper ship bringing the settlers, the oldest German settlement, heritage buildings in Port Adelaide and the CBD, Aboriginal artefacts at the South Australian Museum and National Aboriginal Cultural Institute and the oldest of many churches the Holy Trinity Anglican Church give you a peek into the ‘city of churches’ history and evolution.
The Adelaide Botanical Gardens, Zoo, Central Market, Adelaide Arcade, The Playford M Gallery, the Convention Centre, the Oval, and Rundle Mall are perhaps the most photographed spots in Adelaide city giving you an experience of the culture, history, fine arts, landscape and economic development here.
Tip: The ‘20-minute city’ is a nickname for Adelaide as any destination can be reached in just 20 minutes. Expect the Mediterranean climate.
Fly to Adelaide:
Jetstar Airways offers the shortest direct flights to Adelaide from the Hobart International Airport (HBA). It takes 1h 50m to reach Adelaide Airport (ADL). The airlines also fly the cheapest and fastest Hobart to Adelaide flights. The other operators on the route are the Qantas Airways and the Virgin Australia Airlines. Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane are the favourite stopovers on the route with a total of 29 Hobart to Adelaide flights. There is just 1 non-stop flight between these destinations.
Tip: Adelaide Metro buses, trams, private rentals and vehicles, taxis, and the suburban railways are all good to move around the 20-minute Adelaide City.
Romance the sights:
Glenelg Beach, Kangaroo Island, the State Library, the Migration Museum, Adelaide Goal, Paralana Radioactive Hot Springs, Henley Beach, St Peter’s Cathedral and Ayers House Museum are some of the must-see attractions. Take a wine-tasting tour, hike the trails, enjoy countryside cycling, kayaking, skydiving, roof-climbing, camping, the Off Piste 4WD tours, diving, or discover the Australian Outback.
Tip: Iconic and typical food in Adelaide include the Beerenberg Farm jams, Fruchocs, the Kitchener Bun the Pie Floater and the AB made of chips on various meat.
The accommodation scenario:
From expensive to cheap motels, luxury hotels to frugal student housing hostels Adelaide has them all. Most of the hotels and camping sites are in or near the CBD, beaches, airport and downtown areas. The nightlife in Adelaide is happening with discos, nightclubs, drinks and live music, especially at Glenelg and the CBD.
Tip: When you stay close to the airport, near the landmarks, along the beach, near the airport or at the city centre you get to make the best of transportation, shopping and nightlife in Adelaide.
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