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Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD) is just 8km south of the city. From the CBD, road access to the Airport is roughly a 20 minute trip via O’Riordan Street. The M5 Motorway exit is the route for departures coming from Sydney’s West.
Public transport users can take the 15 minute ride on the AirportLink train from Central Station, while Sydney Bus Route 400 offers a connection from Burwood Station and Bondi Junction.
Adelaide Airport (ADL) is 6km west of the city centre along Sir Donald Bradman Drive. Its new multi-level car park provides short-term parking for up to 1,650 vehicles. The public bus service, known as JetBus, runs direct services from Adelaide’s CBD, Glenelg and the north-eastern suburbs.
Beautiful, vibrant Sydney Harbour, known for the world famous Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, welcomes visitors from all over the world.
Surrounded by natural beauty, a day trip west will have you in the cool Blue Mountains or if you prefer the beach, then head to Manly, Coogee, or the iconic Bondi Beach; popular with locals and tourists alike and each with its own personality.
For shoppers there are high street stores, eclectic boutiques and weekend markets, including Milsons Point, Darlinghurst and Bondi.
Art and culture enthusiasts can catch a show at the State Theatre or the Opera House, or explore the historic and contemporary museums in the city. For sports fans, a tour of the famous Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and the Sydney Football Stadium is a must.
You’ll be spoilt for choice with Sydney’s array of eateries from historic pubs and bars, little ethnic restaurants and even posh restaurants run by world renowned chefs.
Adelaide, with its English influences, is a lovely city with historic buildings and beautiful green parks. Take the tram to the seaside village of Glenelg and relax on the beach or potter through the shops on Jetty Road. Discover the natural beauty around Adelaide with a trip to Waterfall Gully or climb up Mt. Lofty.
Food and wine enthusiasts can take a day trip or two and experience the wines and produce of the Barossa, Clare, and McLaren Vale. In town, the Adelaide Central Markets are popular for their huge array of fresh produce, seafood, gourmet cheeses and sweets.
Wildlife enthusiasts can explore Cleland Wildlife Park, the Adelaide Zoo, or take a day trip to Kangaroo Island, where you can cuddle a Koala, hand-feed friendly kangaroos or walk amongst a sea-lion colony at Seal Bay.
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