Private jet charter and flights to Adelaide
Adelaide is South Australia’s capital and the country’s fifth largest city. Despite three quarters of the state’s population residing here, Adelaide is a city with a sense of space, where wide boulevards, riverside walkways and a surrounding ring of parklands tempt locals and travellers outdoors year-round. Contact our experts today to start planning your trip by private aircraft with Air Charter Service.
The cityâ€™s top tourist attractions include the tree-lined North Terrace â€“ home to cultural institutions such as the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum â€“ and the buzzing Adelaide Central Market, which opened in 1869 and is still going strong today with over 80 stalls selling farm-fresh produce. Many of the pitches in this undercover market are family-owned and an early-morning guided tour is a great way to meet the people behind the stalls and sample some of their food. The city is proud of its fruitful surrounding regions and youâ€™ll find plenty of gourmet local produce on offer, alongside South Australian craft beer and wines. There are also signs of a small but strong boutique bar scene emerging, with young Adelaidean entrepreneurs transforming the likes of warehouses, rooftops and basements and into funky places to drink.
Adelaide is one of the worldâ€™s best festival cities and itâ€™s worth checking out whether your visit coincides with any of its world-class events. The annual Adelaide Festival (usually in March) has attracted big names in theatre, music and dance for over 50 years, while the Adelaide Fringe Festival (a month-long festival, typically held around February) is an eclectic arts festival that sees artists from across the globe take over established venues and pop-ups around the city. WOMADelaide (also February/March) is a four-day celebration of international music, arts and dance. Away from the arts, the Adelaide Oval hosts top sports events including The Ashes.
For thrill-seekers, the Mega Adventure Adelaide has a host of adrenalin-pumping activities that are both innovative and a feat of engineering. To experience attractions of a more sedate pace, the 130-acre Adelaide Botanic Garden is a tranquil retreat in the heart of the city that showcases diverse plants from Australia and around the world. There are easy day trips to attractions beyond the metropolis, too. Catch the tram to the seaside suburb of Glenelg to discover its sandy beach, heritage hotels and cafÃ© culture; or drive out to the cool-climate wineries of the picturesque Adelaide Hills.
Air Charter Service can help you charter flights to Adelaide, whether itâ€™s from the UK or another airport in Australia. Simply contact one of our team and we can arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Adelaide.