Getting Around

Where are we located?

Travelling to University

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St Ann’s is the closest College to Adelaide University - it’s only a 10-15 minute walk. A free bus is also available which travels from St Ann’s College to Adelaide University and back daily. The University of South Australia’s East and West campuses are also a short walk from College. Other University of South Australia campuses are only a bus ride away. These buses can all be caught beside St Ann’s or in the city, which is a 10-15 minute walk away. Travelling to Flinders University is also easy as buses generally come every 15 minutes.

Travelling to the City and other places


Adelaide’s city centre is only a 10-15 minute walk from St Ann’s College. There is a free bus that travels directly from St Ann’s College into the city and back each day. Nearly all metropolitan bus services start and finish within the city and are in easy walking distance. The main railway station is located on North Terrace and is only a few minutes walk away. The Adelaide tram service runs through the city along the length of King William Street, extending along North Terrace providing transport to the Uni SA West campus and out to the Entertainment Centre, and south to the beachside suburb of Glenelg.

Most areas of metropolitan Adelaide can be reached by bus, tram or train. During the middle of the day, many services run at least every fifteen minutes. A central information office provides timetables and advice and sells tickets.

For travel outside the metropolitan area, the interstate bus terminal is located in the city in Franklin Street. The national rail terminal is located in the suburb of Keswick, just west of the city. The airport is a 15 minute drive west of the city and has both national and international flights daily. There are regular bus services to and from the train and airport terminals and a number of taxi services operate throughout the city.