Parking is limited! There is no parking available on site or in adjacent residential streets, so park 'n' walk from the city (5-15 mins), ride a bike, take the bus or share a cab with friends.
St Peter's College Parking:
The College carpark will be open via the Hackney Road Carpark (adjacent to Botanic Park) for festival patron parking. Parking is $10 on Friday and $15/day Saturday, Sunday & Monday.
Carpark Opening Hours:
Friday 6 March: 4:30pm - 2:00am
Saturday 7 March: 10:00am - 2:00am
Sunday 8 March: 10:00am - 2:00am
Monday 9 March: 10:00am - 1:00am
Please note that any vehicles left on the premises after 2am will be locked in and will need to be collected the following day (an exit fee will apply)
Pre-book secure parking for the day right on North Terrace! Special WOMADelaide rates apply, book now!
UPark on Rundle Street:
(Corner of Rundle St and Pultney St, Adelaide)
Book your parking to guarentee your spot - book 24 hours in advance.
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- Friday (enter after 5pm) $12 Flat Fee
- Saturday and Monday (all day) $12 Flat Fee
- Sunday (all day) $6 Flat Fee
Sunday rate is available at the car park with prior online booking.
Free EcoCaddy rides
Thanks to the Adelaide City Council and EcoCaddy, you can catch a FREE ride from the city to WOMADelaide! Just look out for these signs on EcoCaddy tricycles throughout the city.
FREE BIKE PARK: The easiest way to get to WOMADelaide is by bike, and WOMADelaide encourages patrons attending the event to ride a bike. The festival offers bike parks to accommodate more than 700 bikes, located adjacent to both the Hackney Road and Frome Road entrances. Best routes include the Torrens Linear Park and cycle paths along all major arterial roads.
FREE ADELAIDE CITY BIKES: Get to WOMADelaide on a FREE Adelaide City Bike! All you need is either your current driver’s license or passport. Sponsored by Adelaide City Council, FREE Adelaide City Bikes can be found in 20 locations in the City. You can also hire one from a special node at WOMADelaide’s Frome Street entrance if you’d like to zip around town and explore Adelaide.
All the locations can be found by downloading the Explore Adelaide by Bike map here.
Free City Connector Bus
You can catch the free City and North Adelaide loop bus service with stops close to Womadelaide on North Terrace and East Terrace. The Connector buses are air conditioned and wheelchair and pram friendly. For stops and times, go to www.adelaidemetro.com.au/freecitybus
- WOMADelaide Partner, Virgin Australia, is offering great flight and hotel packages in the lead up to the 2015 festival. See all the details on the Virgin Australia Holidays WOMADelaide page.
- Packages are also available for those traveling to Adelaide for WOMADelaide from The Australian Holiday Centre (or call 1300 799 342).
- Diverse Travel Australia, specialists in Aboriginal, nature based and cultural itineraries across Australia, also offer 3 and 4 day WOMADelaide packages.
To book: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 8234 8324
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