Located in the heart of Adelaide City Centre above the historic Railway Station on North Terrace, SKYCITY Adelaide Casino is South Australia’s most popular entertainment destination.

Follow our simple directions to get to the Adelaide Casino from popular bus and tram stops, Rundle Mall and Adelaide Airport.

By Bus and Tram

Most buses in Adelaide will bring you to King William Road, just a short 100m walk from Adelaide Casino.

Head north on King William Road, towards Adelaide Oval and the Festival Centre. Turn onto North Terrace just before you reach these venues and continue along until you see the railway station and the Casino. If you are on Rundle Mall, head west to get to King William Road.

The tram that runs from Glenelg into the city stops directly opposite the Casino, at the Adelaide Railway Station stop. It is the stop immediately after you travel past Rundle Mall. If you are coming from the Entertainment Centre, we are at the stop immediately after the West Terrace stop.

From Adelaide Airport

Adelaide airport is a 10-15 minute drive by car or taxi and the directions to the casino are easy to follow.

From the airport, turn right onto Sir Donald Bradman Drive and head east into the city. After about 4km, turn left onto West Terrace and drive until you reach North Terrace. Turn right onto North Terrace and Adelaide Casino is about 500m further down, above the Railway Station Building.

We have parking available on Blyth Street, opposite the Casino. For Premier Rewards members who have earned the qualifying number of points, parking is free. Learn how to qualify for free parking here.

If you are catching a taxi, they are located just outside the terminal and you can expect a ride into the casino to cost about $25.

If you are getting an Uber, request an Uber from the public pick-up. You can expect the ride to the casino to cost $12-40 depending on what option you choose.

Adelaide metro buses also operate regularly from the airport and into the city. The J1, J1X and J3 buses will all take you directly into Adelaide city centre. A single adult trip will cost $5.30 during peak times and $3.40 during off-peak travel.