Getting to South Australia is easy.
Are you travelling to the Santos Tour Down Under by air? If you are planning on booking flights and taking your bike, find out more about your airline's baggage policy. For detailed information about travelling by plane with bikes and other sporting equipment, visit the airline links below or contact the airline directly.
Virgin Australia - Travelling with oversized and fragile items
Qantas - Sporting Equipment
Emirates - Baggage policy
Singapore Airlines - Non-Standard Baggage
Cathay Pacific - Sports Equipment
Jetstar - Oversized Baggage
Tiger Air - Baggage
Qatar Airways - Special Baggage Items
Great Southern Rail operates The Ghan, Indian Pacific, The Overland and The Southern Spirit train services between various Australian capital cities and regional areas. See Great Southern Rail's FAQs for details.
VLine operates trains and coaches within Victoria, it's regional areas and Adelaide, South Australia. See VLine's luggage policy for information about travelling with a bike.
Various coaches/buses travel between Australia's capital cities and regions. Bikes are permitted on most coach services but bookings are required.
Greyhound - FAQ
Firefly - Conditions of carriage – luggage
VLine – Luggage
Premier Stateliner - Passenger notes – luggage
Getting to your accommodation with a bike
Private transfer, taxi or rental car are three of the best ways to get to and from your accommodation with a bike.
There are many private charter companies which can arrange transfers to and from Adelaide Airport. Private transfers usually provide a door-to-door service to and from your accommodation. You will need to pre-book the transfer and advise you are travelling with a bike.
A& D Tours and Charters
Des's Mini Buses
Bikes are not permitted on Adelaide's public transport buses or trams. Therefore, unfortunately bikes are not permitted on Adelaide Metro's airport services from Adelaide Airport. If you are not travelling with a bike though, Adelaide Metro's airport services are an inexpensive way to get to and from the airport.
Some larger taxis will take packed bikes. Make sure it is in a box or bike bag. There is a taxi rank on the ground level at the front of Adelaide Airport, to the left of the pedestrian plaza as you walk out of the terminal.
Adelaide Independent Taxis
Yellow Cab Group
Adelaide Airport Flyer operates a door-to-door service seven days a week. It also picks up from Keswick Interstate Railway Terminal upon request. Bookings are essential, with a minimum of 24 hours of notice advised. You must mention that you are travelling with a bike.
Northern Flyer are based at the Adelaide Airport and offer a transfer service to the Adelaide CBD every 30 minutes. All vehicles are fitted with trailers and can securely transfer you and your bike for $10 per person and $5 per bike. Northern Flyer also cater to small or large groups and private transfers are available.
For more useful information on how to get to South Australia, visit southaustralia.com