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Home to the iconic Coopers Brewery and one of the country's biggest stadiums, there’s plenty to keep travellers busy in South Australia’s capital. And whether you're flying in for a footy game or a festival, we've got a cheap flight that can get you there fast. Book flights to Adelaide with us today and save.
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when to visit adelaide
Averaging just below 30 degrees in summer and a cool 16 degrees in winter, Adelaide is a popular destination for travellers year-round. But if you want to do more than soak up the sunshine, there are a few events to keep in mind:
adelaide fringe – The largest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere, the Adelaide Fringe takes over the city during February and March. From comedy to cabaret, this gathering of international performers is more than worthy of its worldwide reputation.
world tennis challenge – Over three nights in early January, the world's best tennis players head to Adelaide to take on former champions at the World Tennis Challenge. Whether you're a casual fan or you never miss a match, this tournament is a great way to spend a summer's night in Adelaide.
womadelaide – Every March, WOMADelaide transforms the city's Botanic Park into one of the country's biggest open-air festivals. And, with free entry for kids under twelve, you can bring the whole family without breaking the bank.
getting around adelaide
Adelaide’s buses and trains are the cheapest way to get around town – and all you have to do is grab a MetroCard from your nearest retailer or pay the driver as you board. For up-to-date fare and route information, download the MetroMATE app from the Apple Store or the Google Play Store today.
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