Check out our Port Adelaide cruise port guide for all the information you need about this port of call.
Port Adelaide cruise port guide: docked
Cruise ships dock at the Passenger Terminal of Port Adelaide. This cruise terminal is located on the LeFevre Peninsula at the Outer Harbour across the Golf Course and the North Haven train station.
The cruise terminal at Port Adelaide offers great facilities like a tourist information welcome center, some souvenir shops, free Wi-Fi, toilets, an ATM machine and public telephones.
From here it is a 30 to 40 minute ride into the city center. There is not much within walking distance of the cruise terminal, so keep in mind you will need transportation to get you from the cruise dock to basically anywhere.
Photo gallery of Adelaide cruise port
There is a tourist information centre located in the cruise terminal of Port Adelaide. Make sure to pick up a map of the places you would like to visit during your day ashore. They have great information on basically anything.
The Adelaide metro is the perfect type of transportation to get you anywhere you need to be. Across the street from the Adelaide Cruise Terminal is where you will find the train station. The name of the stop is “North Haven.” This is the train track that can get you from the cruise terminal into Port Adelaide or Adelaide city center. The trains run every 30 minutes or so and the ride into the Adelaide city center is about 40 minutes one way.
It’s best to buy a day pass. They cost around $10 per person. You simply use the machine at the train station to pay for them (using coins or creditcard).
Information and timetables can be found on: www.adelaidemetra.com.au
Taxis at Adelaide cruise terminal
There are taxis at the cruise terminal taxi stand. Official taxis are white coloured and carry a taxi sign up on their roof. Taxis at the Adelaide cruise terminal take cash and creditcard.
A ride from the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal to Adelaide city center will cost you approximately $50 one way. That means that even if you would split the cost the train would still be cheaper.
Uber is also active in this area. Make sure to get the app and set up your account before you leave home.