Fly to Adelaide


Getting there


Adelaide Airport is seven kilometres from the Centre and driving time is around 15 minutes. The modern terminal handles regional, domestic and international flights. Click on the logo of the airline to visit its website.

For more information, please also consult the airport website at

International Airlines

Domestic Airlines


Routes from Adelaide

From the airport 

There are plenty of taxis available from Adelaide Airport and the taxi rank is only a short walk from the arrivals hall. The average taxi fare to the city is around AUD $20, plus an AUD $2 airport levy.

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Hire Cars

Car rental desks are located on the ground level of the terminal adjacent to the baggage claim area. Parking for car rentals is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park.

The following companies have desks at the airport, with other offices in the city:


Budget |

Europcar |

Hertz |

Thrifty |

RedSpot Sixt |

Your car rental company will direct you to the correct parking location to pick up your vehicle. To drop off your car rental, follow the signage to the car rental area on the ground floor of the multi-level car park. For any queries on the car rental parking arrangements at Adelaide Airport, please contact your car rental company.

Shuttle Bus

The Northern Flyer/City Shuttle provides an efficient service to both the CBD and the city’s northern suburbs. Pick up and drop off is available at the major hotels and the service operates seven days. For more details, please visit the website or visit the visitor information booth in the T1 terminal.

Public Transport

Adelaide Metro’s JetBus links the airport with the city, Glenelg and some north-eastern suburbs. J1 and J2 buses arrive at the left-hand side of the plaza as you leave the airport terminal. Tickets can be purchased on board. For a timetable visit 

Visa applications - general information

The following information is provided by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection. We recommend that all overseas participants to the HUPO 2019 congress read this carefully.

Under Australia's universal visa system, all visitors to Australia must have a valid visa to travel to and enter Australia (the only exceptions to this are New Zealand passport holders and permanent residents of Norfolk Island).

There are many visa options available to people wishing to visit Australia. The appropriate visa option will depend, amongst other things, on the person's purpose for visiting Australia, and the passport they are holding.

Please refer to the links below for guidance on the visa options that may be most suitable for you and make sure you take into account processing times and lodge visa applications as early as possible.

If you require an invitation letters to assist with your Visa application, please contact HUPO 2019 Secretariat.

NB: These are the visa options available presently but the Department of Immigration and Border Protection reserves the right to change regulations. HUPO 2019 Congress assistance will NOT guarantee a visa grant. Visa applicants must demonstrate that they meet all the legislative requirements for an Australian visa.