Adelaide Airport (ADL) is the main international passenger airport serving Adelaide, Australia. It is the 5th-busiest airport in the country.
There are several airlines that offer flights from Hong Kong to Adelaide, including Air New Zealand, China Eastern, Garuda Indonesia, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas and Singapore Airlines.
The airport is located 3.7 miles west of Downtown Adelaide. An average taxi ride from the airport to the city center should cost about 166 HKD.
Hong Kong citizens who wish to enter Australia for tourism purposes need to apply for Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) visa, provided that their passports have a minimum validity of 6 months. The visa can be up to 3, 6 or 12 months, depends on approval.
ABOUT THE CITY
Adelaide is a populous, lively cosmopolitan city in South Australia. Lying along River Torrens, Adelaide is a popular destination for visitors thanks to the beautiful beaches, museums, festivals and sporting events. The city is also known to be very nature-friendly owing to its vast green space.
The currency accepted in Melbourne is the Australian Dollar (AUD). 1 AUD is equal to 5.57 HKD.
Some popular tourist destinations in the city are:
Victoria Square:Also known as Tarndanyangga, this is a major public square situated in the center of the city. A statue of Queen Victoria stands right in the heart of the square, hence its name. Many popular landmarks can be found adjacent to the square, including the St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral and the Torrens Building.
Glenelg Beach:Probably the most popular beach in South Australia, Glenelg beach’s flawless white sand is highly enjoyed by tourists. Dozens of beach resorts, restaurants and bars can be found here.
Mount Lofty Botanic Garden:Opened in 1977 and stretching over 240 acres, is one of the three botanic gardens of Adelaide. It lies on the slopes of Mount Lofty and offers a good collection of temperate climate’s plants.
Art Gallery of South Australia:Offering a collection of more than 35000 pieces of artwork, the museum is among the largest in Australia. Opened since 1881, the museum is also the venue of various important exhibitions annually.
Adelaide Festival Center: Opened in 1973, this is Australia’s first arts center. The purpose of the center is to encourage and to give room for expressions of creativity for artistic talents. The venue also hosts various art-performing events and exhibitions. This is also the host of the annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival and OzAsia Festival.
Adelaide’s climate is characterized with hot, dry summers and relatively cold winters. Summer usually lasts from October to April, with temperatures averaging around 27 °C. The rest of the year is a winter with temperatures averaging around 6 °C. In winter, there are occasional occurrences of frosts, chills and hails. Snow is rarely seen, except for at the peak of Mount Lofty. Rainfall is inconsistent and moderate throughout the year, with the wettest month being June. Adelaide is a very windy city. It is recommended that you visit the city in summer to avoid extreme weather conditions like frosts.
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*All information and prices are valid as at December 2015.
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