Getting here & around

Our proximity to the Adelaide CBD, coupled with a well-designed urban environment and network of public transport, make it easy to get here and around.

Image of woman and a child in a pramPublic transport

Go Zones - every 15 minutes

Adelaide's public bus network provides a fast and easy way to get to our shopping and dining precincts.

You can catch a bus in a Go Zone every 15 minutes between 7.30am and 6.30pm, Monday to Friday, and every 30 minutes at night, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays until about 10pm. For timetables, visit: Adelaide Metro

The Parade, Norwood - H20 bus Payneham Road - 174 bus
Magill Road - B10 bus Glynde Corner - 174 bus


Adelaide Independent Taxis


T: 13 2211

Suburban Taxis


T: 13 1008

Yellow Cabs


T: 13 2227

Mobility device re-charge points

If you are using an electric mobility scooter or wheelchair you can now recharge at the following Council locations:

The Council is proud to be a national partner of RECHARGE Scheme Australia. To find out more about the Scheme and for a full listing of RECHARGE point locations, visit: RECHARGE Scheme



Bike lanes and paths

Our City has many bikeways and bike paths. You can download a range of free maps to help you find main roads, bicycle lanes, local streets and off-road paths.

Find out more


Bike hire

Adelaide City Bikes are free to hire between 9am and 4.30pm. Hire includes the use of a helmet and, if required, a bicycle lock.

Visit: Adelaide City Bikes


Beat the Jam - alternative travel options

We all know the festival season is a busy but exciting time in the City of Adelaide, so to help reduce your travel time and get into the heart of the action, here are a few alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.

To help reduce your travel time, the Adelaide City Council has put together a resource of alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.

Find out more, visit: Beat the Jam