Information about flights from Melbourne to Adelaide
Melbourne, home to over 4 million residents, and founded on the banks of the Yarra River in 1935, was given its name by Queen Victoria, after whom the state of its origin is proudly named after. The discovery of gold helped transform this early settlement into the cosmopolitan wonder and one of the wealthiest cities in the world. With the most extensive street car network in the world, travelling around Melbourne is easy and convenient for both locals and travellers.
When looking for places to visit in Melbourne, Federation Square is a popular area with travellers artfully blending the beautiful and historical architecture, with modern and edgy design. Another popular tourist destination it the Eureka Tower, named after the famous miners rebellion. Eureka tower offers outstanding 360 views of the city; it’s easy to understand why this tower has become such an icon for locals and visitors alike.
For visitors interested in spending more time relaxing on the beach don’t forget to check out the creative and wonderfully decorated Boxes of Brighton Beach, which always bring smiles to everyone’s faces. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy all the wonders this famous metropolis has to offer with the vintage smell of roasted Melbourne coffee beans high on the air.
For travellers travelling from Melbourne to Adelaide, the most efficient way is by plane on one of Australia’s airlines, Jetstar, Virgin Australia or Qantas frequently used by locals and visitors offer convenient and inexpensive flights. Using Bravofly Australia, it is easy to compare all these airlines to find the cheapest prices and at the most convenient times.
The city of Adelaide is situated on the Torrens River, and is the capital city of South Australia. Adelaide is a striking beach city filled with picturesque architecture, beaches, churches and parklands.
At the centre of the city visitors can find The Square, this is a good place to start off sightseeing, the Adelaide market is a place always filled with locals and tourists, also conveniently close is the wonderful Cathedral of St. Francis Xavier which towers above Wakefield Street. Visitors are encouraged to visit the amazing South Australian Museum, where information about the region’s history both native and European can be read about. Any connoisseur or wine enthusiasts will be ecstatic to find out that just outside the central city lays Barossa Valley. This is one of Australia’s oldest winemaking regions where you will be allowed to taste the legendary Rieslings.
The city of Adelaide is one of Australia’s most striking cities and allowed visitors to experience city life and the outdoors seamlessly.