Cheap Flights to Adelaide
What to know before you fly to Adelaide?
St Peter's Cathedral
One thing that stands out when setting foot in Adelaide is the lush greenery that surrounds the CBD. The city lives up to its reputation as Australia's garden city thanks to the meticulously manicured parklands that enclose the city centre, consisting of the Botanic Garden of Adelaide, Botanic Park, Rymill Park, Veale Gardens and Edwards Park, just to name a few. There are also several large and very green public squares in the city where city workers escape the hustle and bustle. An afternoon of exploring the many gardens of Adelaide is a must for any nature lover.
Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide is Australia's premier destination for wine tourism, with Clare Valley, Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale all within two hours' drive of the city and perfect for a day trip. There are plenty of tours on offer to these regions as well as numerous quaint accommodation options if you'd prefer to stay a night or two.
Best time to fly to Adelaide
Much like Australia’s other states and territories, the best time to visit Adelaide is on either side of the summer months to avoid the extreme heat and congested tourist scene. Between March and May is one of the best times to visit due to the city’s excellent line up of events.
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Australia visa Information
There’s no visa required to travel or work in Australia if you’re a permanent New Zealand resident. Otherwise you can find out the type of visa you’ll need by visiting the Australian Government’s Immigration and Citizenship page.
Adelaide flight time
Direct flights from Auckland to Adelaide are approximately 5 hours.
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