2019 Adelaide Boat Show - Transport and Parking
2019 ADELAIDE BOAT SHOW – TRANSPORT AND PARKING
The Adelaide Boat Show (28 to 30 June) takes place at the Adelaide Convention Centre, conveniently located at the heart of the City. The Adelaide Riverbank Precinct is a hive of activity and where the City’s cultural, sporting, education, medical, conference and entertainment zones merge, making it Australia’s best-connected business events precinct, and the perfect home for the Adelaide Boat Show.
The recommended route to the show is via public transport. General transport details are available at adelaidemetro.com.au, where there is also a link to the handy MetroMATE transport app for use on smartphones.
Catch a train into the city and it is just a short walk over to the Adelaide Convention Centre from the Adelaide Railway Station. You can check timetables for trains, buses and trams on the Adelaide Metro website.
The closest tram stop is located right in front of the historic Adelaide Railway Station, which is just a two-minute walk from the Convention Centre.
Adelaide’s Free City bus service is a complimentary service for people who want to get around the city quickly, and stops right near the Adelaide Convention Centre (routes 98A, 98C). A network of public buses also connects the city to the rest of Adelaide.
A Taxi Rank is positioned immediately in front of the Adelaide Casino on North Terrace. A short taxi trip to the airport takes 15 minutes and costs approximately $25.
Park ‘n’ Ride
Park 'n' Ride car parks offer visitors parking at convenient suburban locations, who then transfer to an Adelaide Metro public transport service to complete their journey. There are 72 Park 'n' Ride locations offering more than 10,800 parking spots.
Parking at the Convention Centre
There are two undercover car parking options at the North Terrace and Riverbank car parks. The Riverbank car park is accessible from Morphett Street and Festival Drive. Both car parks are located directly under the Centre and operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The automated payment stations accept credit and debit cards (surcharges apply).
Alternative Parking Options
Independently operated parking stations are also available at:
16 Solomon Street,
142 North Terrace, Adelaide (entry is via Woodson Lane),
Rundle Place (entry is via 90-100 Grenfell Street),
9 Tatham Street,
189/207 Hindley St,
14 – 24 Rosina Street,
30 Hindley Street,
169 Morphett Street.
To pre-book parking, Secure-A-Spot is offering discounted rates during the Adelaide Boat Show:
Friday: $15 (+ booking fee) for all day parking.
Saturday & Sunday: $10 (+ booking fee) for all day parking.
Visit the website here to book a parking spot.
Entry tickets to the Show
Adult entry tickets to the show are $10, with children 5-17 years of age $5. Kids 4 years old and younger are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. To purchase tickets online, visit www.adelaideboatshow.com.au and click on the orange ‘Buy Tickets’ button. Fill in the payment details and the tickets are subsequently sent to your email address.
Up to date details regarding the show are available at www.adelaideboatshow.com.au
For further information contact:
Domenic Genua on 0412 642 357 or email email@example.com
Adelaide Boat Show images available at https://goo.gl/6kF24W
Media are permitted to use these images for publicity purposes for the Adelaide Boat Show. Image description should indicate “Adelaide Boat Show.”
The Boating Industry Association Ltd (BIA) is a not-for-profit industry organisation. It was formed through the amalgamation of the state Boating Industry Association bodies in New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory. Whilst its members are located throughout Australia, it concerns itself with National matters as well as State issues pertaining to the regions from where it originally was based. Member companies include businesses who manufacture, wholesale or retail products and services in the recreational and tourism boating sectors, as well as businesses pertaining to a number of commercial sectors. The Houseboat Hirers Association and the Charter Vessels Association were incorporated into the BIA as Divisions of the Association body. BIA members adhere to a voluntary Code of Practice and Code of Ethics. In addition, the BIA is involved in responding to issues relating to the recreational use of waterways, the environment, boating safety, access and public facilities. For more information, please visit www.bia.org.au