There’s a reason they call Adelaide the five-minute city. If you’re in the CBD, most of the city is walkable and your chances of getting lost are minimal because all of our streets are gridded. The other option to get around town is by bike. Bicycle SA offer a free, city bicycle program.
Also look out for the Linear Park ride, where you can ride safely from the city to the beach. It’s a fantastic day out.
Adelaide Metro is another convenient way of navigating the city during Fringe. Whether it’s to see a show or visit one of the many attractions throughout Adelaide and surrounding regions. To view the latest information on visitor passes click here.
Also, why not take advantage of the free City Connector bus? The City Connector bus offers a hop-on and hop-off service to the City and North Adelaide, linking popular city attractions, shopping, dining and key destinations. Bus route 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, and 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas not serviced by the tram. Services operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends. For timetables, route details and real-time information visit, click here.
Free City Connector Bus
Take advantage of the free City Connector bus, offering a hop-on and hop-off service to the City and North Adelaide linking popular city attractions, shopping, dining and key destinations. Bus route 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, and 99A and 99C connect the inner-city areas not serviced by the tram. Services operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends.
For timetables, route details and real-time information visit www.adelaidemetro.com.au/freecitybus
The Adelaide Tram travels from Glenelg to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre via the City very regularly. If you want a day at the beach, you can jump on the tram and you’ll arrive at Glenelg in about 30 minutes. The tram within the city is FREE so it’s a great way to get between venues.
Where Will UPark Today?
Park your car at UPark and you won’t miss a second of Fringe action!
With nine locations, conveniently placed around the city, UPark is a trusted South Australian brand – owned and operated by the City of Adelaide. This means every dollar you spend goes back into the arts and the community of Adelaide.
There are a great range of parking options to choose from including night and weekend flat rates starting at $6. So whether you are popping in for a must-see show or lingering longer in the city, get your parking sorted with UPark.
For more information, or to book your parking now, visit upark.com.au.
Disability permit holders can apply for a UPark Accessibility Pass. This pass provides two hours free parking up to 52 times per year in accessible parking spaces in UParks, including the one located in Gawler Place between North Terrace and Rundle Mall. To find out more about how to use these accessible parks go to cityofadelaide.com.au or contact the Customer Centre on 8203 7203
Uber operates in Adelaide, making getting around during the Fringe affordable and easy. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play. Plus if you're heading to the East End of Adelaide you'll be able to be picked up from our Uber Pick-Up Zone, and if you're a Fringe Member you can wait for your ride in the Uber Members Lounge.
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