Cheap flights from Sydney to Adelaide
Fly from Sydney to Adelaide
Fancy a gourmet weekend in Adelaide? Easy! Take a quick flight from Sydney with Jetstar.
|Average direct flight time||2 hours and 5 minutes|
|Average distance by plane||1150km|
|Departure airport||Sydney Airport (SYD)|
|Arrival airport||Adelaide Airport (ADL)|
Need to know
Flight time from Sydney to Adelaide
The average flight time for direct flights from Sydney to Adelaide is 2 hours and 5 minutes.
Distance from Sydney to Adelaide by plane
The average distance by plane from Sydney to Adelaide is 1150 kilometres.
Time difference between Sydney and Adelaide
Sydney (AEST: UTC +10) is 30 minutes ahead of Adelaide (ACST: +9.30).
Number of airports in Adelaide
There’s one airport: Adelaide Airport (SYD).
Distance from Adelaide Airport to the city centre
The airport is 6 kilometres from Adelaide city centre.
Transport from Adelaide Airport to the city centre
Transport options include rental car, taxi, rideshare, airport shuttle bus or public bus.
Wisteria Lane, Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Adelaide travel tips
What’s the best way to do Adelaide on a budget?
Hit the museums and galleries, go hiking in the Adelaide Hills… there’s so much good stuff for free in Adelaide!
Can you help me plan a romantic weekend in the Barossa?
Yes siree! With all that scenery, serenity and sauvignon blanc, it’s easy to have a cosy weekend away with your beau.
Does Adelaide have any laneway bars?
Sure does. Head to West End and get lost in its boutique bars and edgy galleries.
Any tips for a budget and family friendly holiday in Adelaide?
Sure! Check out these kid-friendly places and activities in Adelaide that are absolutely free.
Where are the best places to eat in Adelaide?
Adelaide’s food scene is incredible – check out this 24 hours in the Adelaide Hills itinerary for a tasty starter.
Vineyard, South Australia.
How much is a…
|Barossa wineries tour||AUD $75–140|
|Brunch at a cafe||AUD $20–25|
|Room at a 3-star hotel||AUD $80–150|
|Taxi from the airport||AUD $25–30|
Things to do in Adelaide
Even with a population of slightly more than a million, Adelaide is a city where the residents feel they’ve got all the breathing space in the world. It’s Australia’s most environmentally sustainable city, with free city bikes for hire, the world’s first solar-powered bus and ecologically constructed buildings and homes.
Weather and when to go
Adelaide has hot, dry summers and mild winters, thanks to its coastal location on the southern edge of Australia. Rainfall, and sometimes hail, usually happens in the winter months. June tends to be the wettest month of the year. Snow in the metro area is not common (bar light falls at Mount Lofty and in the Adelaide Hills).