When to fly
Adelaide is an ideal year-round flight destination so time your visit according to your interests. The city has a busy calendar of events so it’s best to look for deals if you are trying to secure some cheap flights to Adelaide.
January and February are busy due to school holidays and therefore it might be slightly harder to find cheap flights to Adelaide around this time. February and March are also crowded as they are popular festival months. For 24 days in February and March, The Adelaide Fringe provides art fanatics the perfect setting to enjoy work from more than 4,000 artists who travel in to Adelaide from around Australia and the rest of the world. Due to the open-access nature of the Adelaide Fridge, it allows for anyone to exhibit in Australia’s largest art event, adding to the diversity and variety of the art displayed. There are over 900 additional pop-up events taking place during Fringe for visitors and residents to enjoy in venues all over the city from parks and warehouses, to established theatres and art galleries.
For whale watching, June to October is high season on the Eyre and Fleurieu Peninsulas, to avoid disappointment it is advised to book your flight to Adelaide in advance. When visiting Adelaide, why not team a spot of whale watching with South Australia’s biggest annual event, The Royal Adelaide Show. The show runs over 9 days in September and is a huge opportunity for the State’s farmers to display their livestock to thousands. The annual agricultural also features an array of rides, competitions, demonstrations and delicious foods for all attendees to experience.
Although June, July and August temperatures can be chillier, there's not really an off season. Those looking for a cheap flight to Adelaide should look out for deals and book well in advance.
A flight to Adelaide will bring you to a city well known for its expansive history, culture and traditions. Visitors to Adelaide will quickly get a taste of that by discovering the many world-class museums, festivals and sporting events that occur year-round. On top of that, throw in the magnificent Australian wines, the fine, locally produced food and the fantastic laidback vibe of Adelaide, and tourists may be considering a return trip before they even leave. It's not much of a surprise to learn that Adelaide is the country's most liveable city. The climate, natural wonders, local produce and even the way the city is laid out all conspire to enchant visitors and locals.
One of the best reasons to book a flight to Adelaide is its magnificent beaches. The best known are Glenelg and Henley Beach, which are a 20-minute drive from the city. The Adelaide Hills, studded with national parks and reserves, are also close to the city too.
The layout is simple, and beautiful. A one-square mile city centre with elegant buildings and wide boulevards surrounded by parklands. In the city, visitors won't be short of things to do. Adelaide has a reputation as a wonderful city for food - whether in one of the many top eateries or in the Adelaide Central Market, which has been trading since 1969. Adelaide also has the largest collection of Aboriginal artefacts in the Southern Hemisphere located in the Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery in the South Australian Museum on North Terrace.