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Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. It is known as the city of churches and as such has some amazing heritage buildings and areas to visit.

Beautiful beaches, wonderful shopping and easy driving make it a great family destination!

Here is a list of things to see and places to visit whilst spending time here - enjoy.


What's On in Adelaide

More to see and do...


Travelling to South Australia is trouble free and enjoyable!  Enjoy our newly updated airport that is both domestic and international in the same building. Public transport and hire cars are all available right at the door of the airport. 

Adelaide Airport Ltd provides a choice of transport modes to and from the airport.

These include self-drive, hire cars, taxis and limousines.

A public bus service is also available via Adelaide City through to the north/eastern suburbs, with connections to rail and other bus routes.
Phone (08) 8210 1000 or visit


Skylink Airport Shuttle


The shuttle specialises in providing a regular scheduled bus service between Adelaide Airport, Keswick Interstate Railway Terminal and the Adelaide CBD. There are set-downs and pick-ups from most major city hotels. 

Phone +61 8 8332 0528 | Fax +61 8 8364 0711 | | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



We are thrilled to invite you to our home at the world class

Adelaide Convention Centre


Opened in June 1987, the Adelaide Convention Centre was the first purpose-built convention centre in Australia.

Conveniently located on North Terrace, Adelaide it is close to accommodation, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.

The Skylink bus travels regularly between the Adelaide airport and city locations as a convenient way to arrive.


In August 2016 we will be moving into Halls F & G for Festival to take advantage of the magnificent Foyer area overlooking the River Torrens and to be much closer to our Riverbank classrooms.