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Dolphin Sanctuary and Ships Graveyard Kayaking Adventure from Adelaide

Dolphin Sanctuary and Ships Graveyard Kayaking Adventure from Adelaide
Duration:
3 hours
From:
USD 54.58
The Kayak Tour explores the Dolphin Sanctuary and Ships Graveyard Maritime Heritage Trail, just 30 minutes from the Adelaide CBD. Here you find one of Adelaide's 'secret spots', it is an area of surprising beauty. The sheltered mangrove lined creeks are home to a fascinating array of marine life, birds and the Port River Dolphins. The Ship's Graveyard is a unique feature of the area with over 20 'wrecks' to view. All this makes for a sensational adventure and kayaking is the most environmentally sensitive way to explore and interact with the dolphins. Small-groups of no more than 14 make this a personal experience. Perfect for the whole family, enjoy an up close look at the native wildlife and wrecked ships as your guide tells you tales of this mysterious area.

Barossa and Hahndorf Day Trip from Adelaide Including Wine Tasting and Lunch

Barossa and Hahndorf Day Trip from Adelaide Including Wine Tasting and Lunch
Duration:
8 hours
From:
USD 108.38
This full day tour takes you to South Australia's premium wine region, to sample some of the Barossa's finest wines, including the world famous Jacobs Creek Winery and Saltram Wine Estate. Enjoy a sumptuous 2 course lunch in the Barossa, at the South Australian Company Store in Angaston. Then wind your way through to the picturesque Adelaide Hills to Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement, where you will have free time to explore the many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts and produce.

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Adelaide Airport (ADL) Car Rental


Welcome to the car rental Adelaide Airport information page with information on Adelaide Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Adelaide driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Adelaide Airport car rental options and search for the best available Adelaide car rental rates in the search box below.


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Adelaide Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

Adelaide Airport car hire is available from many major car rental companies with desks are located on the ground floor of the new multi-level car park. The location provides direct undercover access to the terminal (T1) via the link bridge on Level 2.


Adelaide Airport Car Rental Companies

Avis, Budget, Hertz, National, Thrifty


Adelaide Driving Information


 
Driving is on the left side of the road.


 
Adelaide Airport rental cars may be either automatic OR manual transmission. Make sure to verify when booking if you are not comfortable with a manual transmission.


 
Your local drivers' licence is required.


An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).


 
Adelaide Driving Stress Level: 3/10

The are plenty of places to park in the centre of Adelaide, with a number of large garages and car parks situated in the heart of the city's bustling Central Business District (CBD). Street parking is often also available, particularly around the suburban areas, although you should always park in the same direction as the traffic flow.

 

Australians always drive on the left-hand side of the road, using right-hand cars. At junctions in Adelaide, drivers must always give way to those travelling from the right. Rental cars in Adelaide always have air conditioning fitted and are usually supplied with maps of the area.

 

When renting a car to travel from Adelaide to Western Australia, be aware that fruit, vegetables and plants are not permitted beyond certain quarantine points, including a checkpoint located in the Border Village, and also at Ceduna, to the east of Adelaide. Further checkpoints are located along the Victorian Border on Mallee Highway at Pinnaroo. As you approach outback areas in Australia, be on the lookout for natural obstacles and hazards, such as kangaroos, which travel in large groups at dusk and dawn.

 

Buy-back deals are a popular alternative to car hire at Adelaide Airport and consist of dealers privately selling a car, camper van or motorcycle, and arranging to purchase it back at a given time. However, the price is often reduced considerably, even when agreed in advance.


 


Adelaide Airport Car Rental Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends a Adelaide Airport car rental.

This is a great way to get around Adelaide and the surrounding region.



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Last Updated: 13 Nov 2017