About Adelaide Airport (ADL)
Address: Serviced By Redspot Enterprise, James Schofield Drive, Adelaide, 5950 , Sa, Sa
Adelaide Airport is the 5th busiest airport in Australia. Within easy reach of the city, it offers all the facilities one would expect from a modern airport.
Listed as one of the nine Great Wine Capitals of the World, the charming city of Adelaide is perfect for exploring in a rental car.
Adelaide is a year-round destination, with plenty of things to see and do - from exceptional food and wine to world-class events and festivals. It is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The major highlights in Adelaide include the Adelaide Botanic Garden, North Terrace, Art Gallery of South Australia, South Australian Museum, Adelaide Zoo, Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide Festival Centre, Victoria Square and Glenelg.
Adelaide Airport is located on the eastern shores of Gulf St Vincent, about 6 km west of the Central Business District (CBD) of the City of Adelaide, on Sir Richard Williams Avenue. Driving time from the airport depends on the time of day and roads can get quite congested in peak traffic.
The Adelaide Airport car rental desks are located on the ground level of the terminal adjacent to the baggage claim area. Parking for car rentals is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park.
There are no toll roads, and the city has a good road infrastructure with abundant parking space.
Choosing your car
Booking your airport car rental with us is made easy by our intuitive booking page. Just enter your pick-up and drop-off dates and indicate the driver’s age. Some of the top car hire companies at Adelaide Airport are Avis, Europcar, Hertz, Budget, Thrifty and Enterprise.
Whether you are looking for an economic hatch, family sedan, sporty 4WD or mini van, you will find all the options on our booking site.
Make sure you check our site for more information on specific deals, as not all car rental companies have the same terms and conditions.
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Tips and advice
In urban areas, the default speed limit is 50 kph and on highways it is 100 kph, unless otherwise sign-posted. Police officers conduct speed checks via speed cameras and radar along all types of roads.
You must be 18 to hire a car and be in possession of a full Australian or International driving licence.
Even on major regional roads, service stations and roadside cafes may close overnight. If you are planning a long drive at night, make sure you know where and when you are going to get fuel.
Australia is home to some amazing wildlife, but keep an eye out for kangaroos, emus, and other animals when driving in rural areas.
The driver and all passengers must wear a seatbelt or child restraint at all times.
Keep left on the road, don’t use your mobile while driving, and never drink and drive.