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Regular cabs (most of which are white!).
Minibus taxis for four or more people, plus airport-to-city transfers.
Adelaide Metro's After Midnight buses run select standard routes but have an 'N' preceding the route number on their displays. Standard ticket prices apply.
Adelaide City Council runs this free service, looping around the CBD and North Adelaide. There are two hourly services − Blue and Red − plying the same route in opposite directions...
Regular and wheelchair-access cabs.
Adelaide Metro's free 99C and 99A City Loop buses run clockwise and anticlockwise respectively around the CBD fringe, passing Adelaide Station, North Tce and the Central Market en route. Every 20 minutes...
Adelaide's hokey old diesel trains depart from Adelaide Station , plying five suburban routes (Belair, Gawler, Grange, Noarlunga and Outer Harbour)...
Adelaide Central Bus Station is the hub for all major interstate and statewide bus services; see the website for route and timetable info. Note: there is no Adelaide–Perth bus service.
Adelaide is pancake-flat: great for cycling! With a valid passport or driver's licence you can borrow a free Adelaide City Bike from Bicycle SA; helmet and lock provided...
Interstate trains grind into the spruced-up Adelaide Parklands Terminal , 1km southwest of the city centre.
Cheap rentals for travel within a 100km radius of Adelaide; scooter hire available.
Kangaroo Island travel permitted; 4WDs available.
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