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Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

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Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Is there a pick up from Adelaide airport to go on to the Sealink to Kangaroo Island ?

Adelaide, Australia
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1. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Hi Ann

There is no pick-up from the airport.

The Sealink bus connection from Adelaide Central Bus Station 85 Franklin Street city, only two departures daily 6.45am & 3.45pm.

131301 if you require more info/speak to staff.

www.sealink.com.au

SkyLink Adelaide Airport Shuttle specialises in providing a regular scheduled bus service between Adelaide Airport, Adelaide Parklands Terminal & Adelaide CBD. Set downs & pick ups from most city hotels are available. Bookings essential.

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2. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Taxi will cost about $20 to the bus station

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3. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

I am traveling to Adelaide by plane w a group of 4 people. 2 will fly to kangaroo island, 2 will take ferry. How should I arrange this? Will we fly into the same airport that one uses to fly to KI? Can I just take a taxi to the ferry terminal? Thank you for your info.

South Australia
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4. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Flights from Adelaide airport to Kangaroo island www.rex.com.au

Ferry with transfer from the Central bus station www.sealink.com.au

Note the luggage restrictions flying to Kangaroo Island

www.tourkangarooisland.com.au

www.southaustralia.com

Edited: 9:17 pm, January 11, 2012
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5. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

No you cannot take a taxi to the ferry terminal. The distance is about 100kms and takes >1hour of driving.

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6. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

You are best to catch the plane from Adelaide Airport to Kangaroo island. As nozzie mentioned the ferry terminal is miles away & not doable unless you hire a car & drive to cape Jervis which is approx 1hr away.

See details below.

tourkangarooisland.com.au/gettingthere/defau…

Adelaide, Australia
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7. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

FamilyTravel, yes you will be using the same airport which is not big by international standards. The regional flights within SA depart from one end of the same terminal you'll be flying into, including if you are arriving internationally.

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8. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Thank you very much for the information. I think I will rent a car at the airport and take it to KI since I would have rented one on the island anyway.

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9. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

Just be aware that your hirer covers you for the ferry, some don't

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10. Re: Adelaide airport to shuttle link to Kangaroo Island

make sure you ask if your hire car is allowed on the ferry to KI if you are driving from the airport to KI... If your time is short I definitely recommend flying down and renting the car ON the island. If, however, you have four days or so then by all means drive to the Ferry.. You will need to allow at least an hour and a half to drive to Cape Jervis... I generally allow two as you can sometimes get stuck behind trucks etc on the one lane road. Once you add in the ferry loading, crossing, unloading etc you can see how a good part of a morning/afternoon can be taken up just getting to / from the island.. hence I recommend flying down for those who have limited time.