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JQ,TT Return flights from $292
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$292
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$325
JQ,TT,VA Return flights from $335
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$335
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$400
VA Return flights from $354
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$354
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$397
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Business$2,990
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Business$3,030
JQ,VA Return flights from $362
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$362
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$380
JQ Return flights from $373
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$373
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$377
TT,VA Return flights from $383
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$383
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$630
QF Return flights from $391
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$391
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$500
JQ,QF Return flights from $431
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$431
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$530
JQ,QF,VA Return flights from $462
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$462
QF,VA Return flights from $468
Dep. Thu 20/Jul/17Ret. Sun 23/Jul/17Economy$468
Dep. Mon 18/Sep/17Ret. Tue 19/Sep/17Economy$659

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Adelaide Travel Information

The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide is the country's fifth largest city. Founded in 1836 as a capital of British province it was named after Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen-consort to King William IV. It was designed by Colonel William Light to be grid-like with garden-circles and a formation of five central squares. This plan was exceedingly unpopular at first. But Light was able to push his plan through. The resulting Adelaide of today is famous for its easily navigable streets and ongoing tradition of intelligent city planning. Early in its conception secularism and civil liberties became prominent features of this progressive city now known as the “City of Churches.”

Adelaide Culture

Perhaps Adelaide's most noticeable virtue is its distinctive layout. Known today as “Light's Vision,” the unique configuration of the city is a grid with government squares in the center and a ring of parks encompassing it. The benefits of Light's Vision today are clear; ubiquitous multi-lane roads forming a sensible grid with two sets of radiating ring-roads make travel unusually simple.

Adelaide is known for its many many festivals, cuisine, and long beach-fronts. These, alongside a thriving industrial sector, make the capital city an unusually secure place to live. Indeed, Adelaide has the distinction of being ranked among The Economist's top ten “World's Most Livable Cities” three years running. Its art scene exploded in the 1960's and 1970's with support from both major political parties. The famous Adelaide Festival of Arts and Fringe Festivals are hallmarks of Adelaide's jocular atmosphere. Many regular festivals sprouted from this tradition and the city has blossomed into a cultural mecca for the region.

Monthly Average Prices for Hobart to Adelaide One-Way Airfares (AUD)

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Did you know...

  • 3 hrs 15 mins is the quickest one-way trip from Hobart to Adelaide. Melbourne (Tullamarine)
  • Hobart is 1 hr 30 mins ahead of Adelaide. Jetlag may be a problem.
  • It is 1,171 km from Adelaide to Hobart.
  • Hobart has the International Air Transport Association (IATA) code of HBA and Adelaide is ADL.
How to get from Hobart to Adelaide
Hobart
 to 
Melbourne (Tullamarine)
1h 15m
Layover - 55m
Melbourne (Tullamarine)
 to 
Adelaide
25m

The route Hobart (HBA) to Adelaide (ADL) is serviced by:

Virgin Australia, Qantas
The distance from Hobart (HBA) to Adelaide (ADL) is:
1,171 kilometres (727 miles)
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