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Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is a city known for its charm and culture. Its elegant streets are lined with stylish boutiques and lively cafes, perfect for a leisurely stroll. Don’t forget to explore the picturesque River Torrens, which adds to the city's beauty, offering a peaceful escape. Adelaide is a vibrant city with a cosmopolitan vibe. It boasts a lively nightlife, excellent shopping spots, and stunning sandy beaches, making it a top destination in Australia. 

Adelaide is renowned for its cultural events, with the Adelaide Oval hosting top sporting events like cricket and Australian Rules Football. Book Adelaide flight tickets to discover the city’s lively atmosphere. Explore the city's heritage, architecture, and sophisticated cultural scene by booking IndiGo’s flights to Australia

India to Adelaide flight information

  • Distance between India and Adelaide: The aerial distance between India and Adelaide is 8,807 km.
  • India to Adelaide flights: IndiGo offers several flights from India to Adelaide.
  • India to Adelaide flight timings: Detailed India to Adelaide flight times can easily be found on the IndiGo website and mobile app. 
  • Flights to Adelaide from India: IndiGo operates regular flights from India to Adelaide.

Adelaide: Sun, sand and serenity

Adelaide's beaches are famous for their stunning beauty, providing a perfect mix of sunshine, sand, and tranquillity. Glenelg Beach, just a short tram ride from the city centre, is among the most popular. Its vibrant Jetty Road area offers a lively atmosphere with a wide variety of cafes, restaurants, and shops to explore. The beach is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, or a leisurely stroll along the jetty.

Brighton Beach is known for its colourful beach huts, adding a charming touch to the coastline. The calm waters make it a great spot for swimming, and the nearby cafes and playgrounds make it perfect for families looking to relax and enjoy the seaside.

Adelaide's beaches also cater to surfers with spots like Middleton and Moana offering excellent waves. Middleton is particularly popular for its consistent swell and surf-friendly conditions.

Adelaide travel guide

  • North Terrace: North Terrace is a vibrant hub for first-time travellers, offering hotels, eateries, and attractions. Iconic landmarks like the South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia, and the University of Adelaide line this bustling street. Stroll along the footpaths of North Terrace, soaking in the sights and sounds of this lively area. Side-street entrances to Rundle Mall add to the street's bustling charm.
  • Cleland Wildlife Park: At Cleland Wildlife Park, you can stroll and meet some adorable, furry animals. Get up close to koalas, kangaroos and emus, and even pet and feed them. The park offers educational talks, discovery trails, a cafe, and a souvenir shop, ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy. It's a great place to spend time with nature and learn about Australia's unique wildlife.
  • Waterfall Gully: Get ready for a refreshing adventure at Waterfall Gully, where you'll find the largest waterfall in Cleland Conservation Park. It's less than an hour's drive from Adelaide, making it a perfect day trip destination. After enjoying the waterfall, consider hiking up to Mount Lofty Summit for breathtaking panoramic views of Adelaide. It's an unforgettable experience that you won't want to miss.
  • St.Peter’s Cathedral: St. Peter's Cathedral is a famous landmark in Adelaide known for its stunning neo-Gothic architecture and beautiful interiors. The cathedral's intricately carved furniture and colourful stained glass windows make it a popular spot for weddings and worship services. You can visit the cathedral for a quick tour to admire its beauty or attend a service to listen to the lovely voices of the St. Peter's Cathedral Choir. 
  • Adelaide Botanic Garden: Explore the Adelaide Botanic Garden, which features 12 beautiful garden areas. Wander through the International Rose Garden with its 5,000 roses, take photos in the colourful Dahlia Garden, and appreciate the design of the SA Water Mediterranean Garden. Be sure to visit the historic Palm House from 1877 and the Bicentennial Conservatory, the largest single-span glasshouse in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Dolphin Sanctuary at Port Blair: Embark on an unforgettable adventure to Port Adelaide and immerse yourself in the serene waters of the Dolphin Sanctuary. This isn't your typical kayaking trip. Here, you'll have the opportunity to paddle alongside bottlenose dolphins as you explore the area. Expert guides will accompany you, ensuring your safety, and providing an informative and enjoyable experience. Discover iconic landmarks and breathtaking shipwrecks along the coastline, adding a touch of history and intrigue to your adventure.

Adelaide Airport information

Adelaide International Airport (ADL), located approximately 6 km west of the city centre, is the main airport serving Adelaide, South Australia. The airport has one main terminal building serving both domestic and international flights. The terminal is well-equipped with facilities for travellers, including check-in counters, baggage claim, and security checkpoints. Adelaide Airport is easily accessible by car, taxi, shuttle bus, and public transport. There are car rental services available at the airport, and several parking options are available for both short-term and long-term parking. The terminal offers a range of shopping and dining options, including duty-free shops, souvenir stores, cafes, and restaurants. The airport also offers facilities such as free Wi-Fi, ATMs, currency exchange services, and information desks to assist passengers with their travel needs.

Important details to remember while travelling to Adelaide

  • Flight booking - Book an India to Adelaide flight ticket through IndiGo for a comfortable experience.
  • Leave for the airport early - Reach the airport at least two to three hours before the flight for a smooth check-in process.
  • Baggage allowance - Visit the IndiGo website, mobile app, or call customer care tocheck for the baggage allowance for international destinations.
  • Visa and immigration - Indian nationals travelling to Adelaide will need an Australian visa
  • Flight connection - You can check the flight timings and layover duration of the connecting flights to Adelaide fromIndiGo’s website or mobile application.

Visa and immigration

Visa and immigration procedures for Indians travelling to Australia are regulated by the Australian government. Most Indian tourists and students require Australia visa to enter the country. The visitor visa (subclass 600) is popular for tourism, while student visas (subclass 500) are common for Indian students pursuing education in Australia. The application process usually involves providing necessary documents, undergoing health checks, and demonstrating financial capability. Australian immigration policies are strict, emphasising security and compliance. It's essential to check the updated visa requirements and conditions on the official Australian government website before planning your trip or studies.

FAQs about Flights to Adelaide

Is there any direct flight available from India to Adelaide?

No, currently IndiGo only has connecting flight options from India to Adelaide.

What kind of visa is required to visit Adelaide?

The Australia visitor visa (Subclass 600) allows Indian travellers to visit Australia either for business or tourism purposes.

What is the duration for flights from India to Adelaide?

The duration of flights from India to Adelaide takes between 19 hours and 1 day.

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