Vibrant Adelaide is a great location to kick off your Cruising Holiday to an Australian port of choice, or a Global getaway. Located in South Australia, the beautiful city of Adelaide is home to over 1 million people. On the footstep to the world famous Barossa Wine Region, a Cruise from Adelaide is the perfect way to start or being your South Australian adventure.
Adelaide has a diverse cultural mix which guarantees sensational food and dining options. With a mix of laid back pubs, fine dining restaurants, pop up bars and cafe culture there is something for every taste and budget.Numerous events, festivals and a broad sporting calendar spread throughout the year ensures tourists and locals alike will never be bored. Festivals include the Adelaide Festival, Fringe Festival and WOMADelaide. Sports events held in Adelaide include the Clipsal 500 V8 Car Race, and AFL & Cricket matches held through Summer and Winter.
Cruises Departing from Adelaide
P&O operate a number of Short Cruises from Adelaide to Australian ports including an Adelaide to Melbourne 4 night Cruises, and Adelaide to Perth 6 day cruises (stopping Esperance and Kangaroo Island). P&O's themed cruises are also very popular choices - why not combine a Barossa Valley Wine Tour with a Comedy or Food & Wine Cruise?
Princess Cruises operates World Cruises departing from Adelaide embarking on a 51 or 100 day voyage to London or Sydney. Some of the Ports visited include Dubai, Rome, Lisbon, Dover (London), Stockholm, New York, Caribbean, and Auckland.
With a number of Last Minute Cruises from Adelaide on our books, it might be possible to get those bags packed sooner rather than later!
When to Go
Departures from Adelaide are all year round.
Cruise Ships Departing Adelaide
- Sea Princess
- Pacific Aria
- Pacific Eden
The Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal is on Oliver Rogers Road at Outer Harbour. About 24km from Adelaide Airport and 27km from Adelaide CBD - approximately $50-70 in a Taxi.Transport to/from Fremantle Port
Getting to Fremantle Passenger Terminal is cheapest by Public Transport using the Transperth Train and takes approximately 40 minutes.By Car
Continue down Port Road onto Commercial Road. Turn left on to St Vincent Street. Take the 1st right on to Nelson Street. Continue onto Victoria Road then Oliver Rogers Road. The Adelaide Cruise Passenger Terminal is on the right hand side.By Train
The Outer Harbor Railway line connects the area to the centre of the City to the Adelaide Cruise Terminal. The Outer Harbor train station is 200 metres from the passenger terminal building.Taxi
Taxis to/from the CBD will cost approx $50-70.
Independent Taxis - Phone 13 22 11
Suburban Taxis - Phone 131 008
Yellow Cab Co - 13 22 27
If you need Car Rental within Adelaide or South Australia visit Car Hire in Adelaide.Parking
There is NO public parking inside the terminal facilities. Off Road Parking is available near the terminal on Oliver Rogers Road. There is NO long term parking available at the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal.