Travelling to Adelaide

Adelaide, Australia’s most liveable city

Voted Australia’s most liveable city – and one of Lonely Planet’s top 10 global cities to visit in 2014 – there are direct flights to Adelaide from major Asian airports and all Australian capital cities. Interstate coaches and trains also service Adelaide, including The Ghan transcontinental train which takes you north through the red centre to the Arafura Sea.

Stop for some retail therapy in this cosmopolitan city, which is surrounded by parklands. Stroll along the North Terrace boulevard and check out the many art galleries and museums. Visit Wang Wang and Funi, the Adelaide Zoo’s giant pandas.

Explore more than 700 restaurants, cafés and pubs, serving food from around the world. The Adelaide Hills and metropolitan beaches are just 20 minutes’ drive from Adelaide city and also feature great cafés and restaurants.

To get the most out of your time in South Australia, spend some time in the city before heading out to the country regions by car or plane. The Barossa, Clare Valley and Fleurieu Peninsula and are all just a short drive from Adelaide.

Find out more about Adelaide.

Accommodation – InterContinental Adelaide

Ideally positioned just a short walk across the River Torrens from centre court, why not make your visit to the World Tennis Challenge truly memorable and stay overnight with our official partner, InterContinental Adelaide?

Click here to book, or call 08 8238 2400.

Just planning a day trip? Why not head in for dinner in Riverside Restaurant or a drink in The Atrium Lounge  after your day at the Tennis.