Air travel within South Australia is easy with Regional Express and QANTASLink offering daily services to regional centres.

Hire cars

There are numerous hire car companies that can help get you on the road. See the full list.
Find out more about driving in South Australia (several languages available).

Coach travel

The main coach terminal in Adelaide is the Adelaide Central Bus Station on Franklin Street. All coaches depart from and arrive at this terminal. Look at Greyhound AustraliaPremier Stateliner or Firefly Express for available services. You can travel to the Adelaide HillsBarossaEyre PeninsulaFleurieu PeninsulaKangaroo IslandMurray RiverMount Gambier and Yorke Peninsula from Adelaide. See Adelaide Metro for more information.


Less than two hours drive from Adelaide, the SeaLink ferry takes you across the water to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. There are three departures each day and extra services during peak times. Refreshments are available on-board. Crossing the Murray River is easy with free vehicle ferries at Lyrup, Waikerie, Cadell and Morgan. Each operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, unless otherwise advertised.