Journeys from Adelaide

Adelaide to Adelaide Airport

Adelaide airport is connected to Adelaide city by regular bus services that operate every 10 to 20 minutes. The journey takes about 20 to 25 minutes.
Adelaide Airport to Adelaide

Adelaide to Alice Springs

Twice each week, Great Southern Railway operate The Ghan train from Adelaide Parklands (Keswick) terminal to Alice Springs. The train departs late in the afternoon, travels overnight and arrives in Alice Springs late the following morning. The train departs Adelaide every Sunday, and also on Wednesdays between April and October.
The Ghan

Adelaide to Darwin

The Ghan (operated by Great Southern Railway) leaves Adelaide for Darwin once or twice each week on Wednesday afternoon (April to October) and Sunday afternoon (all year), travels overnight to Alice Springs where it arrives just after midday the next day. You have four hours in Alice Springs before the train heads north again overnight to Katherine where another 3-4 hour stop is scheduled on the Tuesday or Friday morning. Finally, The Ghan departs Katherine around noon and heads to Darwin arriving there in the late afternoon of each Tuesday and Friday.
The Ghan

Adelaide to Melbourne

Three days every week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), Great Southern Railway run The Overland from Adelaide to Melbourne. The train departs Adelaide Parklands (Keswick) terminal early morning (7:25am). The train travels through the day, and arrives at Melbournes Southern Cross station in the evening of that same day (6:40pm). The Overland was Australias first established intercapital train, and although today it is a thoroughly modern train it has been proudly connecting Adelaide and Melbourne for well over 100 years.
The Overland
If you need to travel on a day when The Overland train does not run, you can catch V/Lines Daylink bus service from Adelaide Central bus station. This departs early every morning, and travels through eastern SA and Western Victoria before arriving at Bendigo in Northern Victoria. There you change to a connecting V/Line train for the final sector of your trip into Melbourne Southern Cross station, where you will arrive in the early evening. The whole journey will take about 12 hours of which only the final 2 hours are by train.
Ballarat to Horsham, Nhill and Ouyen
Swan Hill, Echuca and Bendigo to Melbourne line

Adelaide to Mount Gambier

Regular Premier Stateliner buses depart from Adelaide Central Bus station for Mount Gambier. There are two routes - one via the coast, the other inland via Naracoorte. The journey takes a little over 6 hours via either route.
Adelaide to Mount Gambier

Adelaide to Perth

Great Southern Railway operate the famous Indian Pacific train once or twice each week across the country from Sydney to Perth. It stops en-route in Adelaide at the Adelaide Parklands (Keswick) rail Terminal where you can board this train. It departs in the late afternoon or early evening (6:40pm) each Sunday and Thursday, then heads westward across the Nullarbor plain, You will spend two nights on board, enjoying the all comforts of a luxury train - sleeping berths, dining cars, lounge car. Arrival at East Perth terminal station is early/mid morning (9:10am) Tuesday and Saturday. Note that the Sunday departure operates only between September and March.
The Indian Pacific

Adelaide to Renmark

Regular Premier Stateliner buses depart from Adelaide Central Bus station for Renmark and the Riverland. The journey takes about 4 hours.
Adelaide to Riverland

Adelaide to Sydney

Once or twice each week you can board Great Southern Railways Indian Pacific train at Adelaide Parklands (Keswick) rail terminal for the trip across to Sydney via Broken Hill. The train departs Adelaide mid morning (10:00am) each Tuesday and Friday, reaches Broken Hill that same evening, then travels through the night across the Blue Mountains and delivers you at Sydney Central station mid morning (10:15am), almost exactly 24 hours after leaving Adelaide. Note that the Friday departure operates only between September and March.
The Indian Pacific
Three days every week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), Great Southern Railway run The Overland from Adelaide to Melbourne. The train departs Adelaide Parklands terminal (Keswick) early morning, travels through the day, and arrives at Melbourne Southern Cross station in the evening of that same day. After a wait of a little over an hour, Countrylinks Melbourne XPT departs for an overnight journey to Sydney where it arrives early the following morning, Alternatively if you prefer daylight travel, you can stay overnight in Melbourne and catch the morning departure of Countrylinks Melbourne XPT. This train travels through the day, and arrives at Sydney Central station late that same evening. This journey enables you to travel the entire way from Adelaide to Sydney by rail in daylight hours.
The Overland
Melbourne - Albury - Griffith - Sydney
You travel from Adelaide to Sydney by catching a V/Line Speedlink bus to Albury, and then connect into Countrylinks XPT train for the remainder of the journey. The Speedlink bus departs from Adelaide central bus station early every morning, then travels across the Mallee and northern Victoria before arriving at Albury late that same evening. It is timed to connect with Countrylinks Melbourne XPT train from Melbourne to Sydney. You travel overnight on the XPT train which will dliver you to Sydney Central station early the following morning. The entire journey will take you a little under a day.
Speedlink
Melbourne - Albury - Griffith - Sydney

Adelaide to Whyalla

Regular Premier Stateliner buses depart from Adelaide Central Bus station for Whyalla and the Eyre Peninsula. The journey takes about 5 hours 40 minutes.
Adelaide to Whyalla, Port Lincoln and Ceduna