How to access the World Tennis Challenge
Due to the City Tram Extension Project there are road closures within the Adelaide CBD. Roadwork will commence from the 1st until the 15th of January 2018. Please visit the project website at www.citytramextension.sa.gov.au for up-to-date information.
For traffic movement and pedestrian access please click here.
Due to some restrictions around the Adelaide Festival Plaza area, please click here to see the map for the easiest way to access the World Tennis Challenge via the Adelaide Festival Plaza and River Torrens.
If you’re planning on walking or riding to the event please take care in using the appropriate pedestrian crossings and bike lanes. We offer bike racks in front of the Tennis SA offices for you to safely secure your bicycle.
UPark on Gawler Place and Topham Mall are just a short walk over the bridge to
War Memorial Drive, with parking only $8 flat rate after 6pm (drive in) or book online
from $7 (night rate) during the event.
Find out more http://upark.com.au/locations/
Alternatively, guarantee your park at UPark on Topham Mall for just $8 after 4pm
by pre-booking online up to 30 minutes in advance.
Extended Night Rate. http://upark.com.au/daily-specials/
Venue access information for disabled patrons
If you are attending with someone who has difficulty walking, the best solution to access the site is to be dropped off out the front of the venue.
Please note that the Memorial Drive Tennis Centre offers wheelchair friendly seating on the court level of the stadium. If you are purchasing a wheelchair space you can also purchase a carer seat next to this space. If you do not require a wheelchair space, please advise the seller at the time of booking to discuss the best seating option.
There are numerous taxi companies operating in Adelaide. Taxis can be booked or hailed from various taxi stands located throughout the City and suburbs. All taxis in Adelaide accept major credit cards and Cabcharge.
You can access Memorial Drive via Adelaide Metro Bus, Train and Tram services. Provided below are bus stops and train services that operate near the facilities.
Stop AA King William Road – East Side
Buses to South West and City: 222, 248, 190, 263, G21, 190B, 224F, 265
Stop 2 Montefiore Road – East Side
Buses to North East and City: 271, 98A, 273, 271
Stop 2 Montefiore Road – West Side
Buses to West and City: 98C, 235, 239
Railway Station: https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/timetables/trains
Due to the Tram Line Extension works there are a number of temporary route closures and alternate public transport options. To see which routes are disrupted and find an alternative substitute please visit: https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/Announcements/Planned-‐Disruptions
Please be aware there are other events occurring simultaneously to the World Tennis Challenge and these may also affect public transport routes and pedestrian access.
For more information head to the Adelaide Metro Website and plan your journey: https://adelaidemetro.com.au/planner