How much is a metroCARD SA?

A Visitor metroCARD is $25.50 You can recharge metroCARDs online, at vending machines on-board trains, trams and at interchanges, or at many retailers across Adelaide.

How do I pay for transport in Adelaide?

Adelaide Metro To travel on the public transport system, you’ll need to pay your fare using either a rechargeable plastic metroCARD, a paper Metro Ticket or tap and pay with a credit card or smart device on trams only.

Is public transport free in Adelaide?

Adelaide has a free City Connector bus service in the city centre. There are multiple bus loops including the 98A/98C loop and the 99A/99C loop which operate in both clockwise and anticlockwise directions and depart every 15-30 minutes, seven days a week.

How do I top up my metroCARD Adelaide?

Adelaide metroCARD recharge options

  1. through your online metroCARD account (if you’ve registered the card with us)
  2. at the InfoCentre in the Adelaide Railway Station.
  3. at metroCARD retailers or vending machines across Adelaide.
  4. using a vending machine on-board trains and trams.
  5. by calling the InfoLine on 1300 311 108.

Do newsagents sell Metrocards?

And how do they get a metrocard, and recharge it? You can recharge online. Newsagents sell the metro card and you can recharge there too.

Does Adelaide have a hop on hop off bus?

Trail Hopper offers Adelaide’s only hop on, hop off tour service departing from the Central Business District and showcasing three of South Australia’s finest wine regions – the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, and Hahndorf and Adelaide Hills.

Is there a hop on hop off bus in Adelaide?

How much is the tram from Adelaide to Glenelg?

Tickets cost $4 and the journey takes 29 min. Alternatively, Adelaide Metro operates a vehicle from City South Tram Stop to Stop 17 Moseley Square every 10 minutes. Tickets cost $4 and the journey takes 30 min.