Street parking in any Capital City is at a premium. There are metered car spaces around Local Government House and there are also a number of public car parks in easy proximity (see below).

Adelaide City Council has produced the brochure below 'City Parking Our Parking and You' that provides information about parking and traffic laws in the CBD.




Ezipark at East End (also known as Bent Street) - Ph: 1300 787 744

enter and exit on Union Street (runs between Rundle Street and Grenfell Street)

generally full by 10:30am  

opens 6am weekdays and 8am weekends, closes at midnight every night except Saturday it closes at 3am

Early Bird Rate - $13 flat rate (enter 6-9:30am, Exit 3:30-7pm)

0-1/2 hour  $4, 1/2 - 1 hour  $7, 1-2 hours $9, 2-3 hours $12, 3-4 hours $15, 4 hours plus $20


Salvation Army Car Park (Adelaide Congress Centre) - Ph: 8373 5555

enter and exit on Pirie Street (277 Pirie Street)

generally full by 8:30am - once full the "Car Park is Full" sign will be up

open from 7am to 7pm

car park is only manned from 7-11am

Flat rate of $11.00 (this entitles you to all day parking)


UPark on Pirie/Flinders Street - Ph: 8203 7203

Entry and exit on Sudholz Place off Flinders Street

generally full by 10:00am

Open weekdays from 6:30am to midnight

Early bird flat rate $15 when you enter before 9:30am

0-1/2 hour $5, 1-2 hours $9, 2-3 hours $13, 3-4 hours $17, 4-5 hours $21, 5+ hours $25, lost ticket daily maximum

Why not try Park'n'Ride?

Park 'n' Ride car parks offer customers a place to park their car and then transfer to an Adelaide Metro public transport service to complete their journey.


There are 72 Park 'n' Ride locations offering more than 10,500 parks for your use. For further information about Park'n;Ride locations, please see the following link -



Adelaide Connector Free Bus Service

If you prefer to park on the outskirts of the city, there is an Adelaide Connector Free Bus Service that runs along Hutt Street. The Route Map and Timetable for the City Bus  can be found at the following link - http://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/Timetables-Maps/Special-Services/Free-City-Services


Taking Public Transport - it's a breeze

Getting around Adelaide by public transport is quick and efficient and environmentally sound. Travel into the city by train, bus or tram.