Passenger Information

The Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal for cruise liners is located at our Outer Harbor marine facility on Oliver Rogers Road.

Getting there

By Car

The Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal is located on Oliver Rogers Road, Outer Harbor on the Le Fevre Peninsula.

Outer Harbor can be accessed by road by taking the A7 or A9 to Port Adelaide, then taking the A16 to Outer Harbor.

Pick-up/drop-off zone

There is a pick-up/drop-off zone in front of the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal, which can be accessed by entering through Gate C. Vehicles using the pick-up/drop-off area must never be left unattended.

There are also a limited number of 15 minute parking spaces for drivers collecting, or dropping off passengers embarking or disembarking the cruise ship. Passengers arriving at the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal for embarkation must show their boarding pass and ID upon arrival at the drop-off zone security gate.

Parking

Apart from a limited number of 15 minute parking spaces, there is no parking inside the secure terminal area. There is limited, free off-road parking in the parklands opposite the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal on Oliver Rogers Road. Please note this off-road parking is not secured.

Off-site secure parking

Secure off-site parking and a shuttle bus service to and from the Passenger Terminal is available.

For further information please contact:

Andrew’s Airport Parking
20 Chief Street, Brompton
P: +61(0)8 8340 5200

If you would like to book directly with Andrew’s Airport Parking, you can do so through their website.

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By Train

The Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal is rail-linked with Outer Harbor Railway Station, located just 200 metres away, opposite the Passenger Terminal on Oliver Rogers Road. Regular train services operate to and from Adelaide Railway Station.

Need information about train times?

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Questions about parking, or getting to the Passenger Terminal?

Scroll down this page to see our Cruise Passenger FAQs below.


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By Bus

Currently there are no direct bus services to the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal. Bus travellers can choose from a range of bus routes to Port Adelaide Railway Station, then continue the onward journey to Outer Harbor Railway Station, which is linked to the Passenger Terminal by a 200 metre walkway.

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Security

Your safety and security are our top priority at the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal.

In line with Federal maritime security requirements secure zones operate within the terminal where passengers and baggage are screened prior to embarkation.

All screening at the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal is performed to Australian Government standards by trained personnel using X-ray machines, walk-through and hand-held metal detectors. Random screening of passengers and carry-on goods occurs and other detection systems and security checks may apply.

Under Australian Commonwealth law, there are a number of items which cruise passengers are not permitted to bring on board a cruise ship in checked baggage

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Unattended baggage

All baggage must be clearly tagged with your contact details and baggage must never be left unattended at the Passenger Terminal. Any baggage that is found to be unattended will be treated as suspicious.

 

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Security threats

Passengers and visitors are warned that all threats and comments you make about carrying of weapons or explosives will be taken seriously and may result in your removal from the terminal and/or you being prosecuted.

Cruise passenger FAQs

There is a pick-up/drop-off zone in front of the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal, which can be accessed by entering through Gate C.

Vehicles using the pick-up/drop-off area must never be left unattended. There are also a limited number of 15 minute parking spaces for drivers collecting or dropping off passengers embarking or disembarking the cruise ship.

Passengers arriving at the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal for embarkation must show their boarding pass and ID upon arrival at the drop-off zone security gate.

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Yes, please contact Flinders Ports directly on +61 (0)8 8447 0600 at least 48 hours before your voyage.

Flinders Ports will endeavour to make special arrangements for you and your driver when you arrival at the terminal. You may also wish to contact your travel agent or the cruise shipping line for advice.

No, parking is not available at the port or the passenger terminal itself, but secure off-site parking and a shuttle bus service to and from the Passenger Terminal is available.

For further information please contact:

Andrew’s Airport Parking
20 Chief Street, Brompton
P: +61(0)8 8340 5200

If you would like to book directly with Andrew’s Airport Parking, you can do so through their website.

Book now

There is also limited, free off-road parking in the parklands opposite the Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal on Oliver Rogers Road. Please note this off-road parking in these parklands is not secured.

On disembarkation, tour buses, shuttle buses and taxis will be available for you directly outside the passenger terminal building.

Train connections are available from the Outer Harbor Railway station, which is 200 metres from the passenger terminal. A new walkway has been built to make it safer and easier for passengers to walk with luggage between the railway station and passenger terminal building.

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Access the port facility and passenger terminal is restricted to passengers and service providers only.

Passengers boarding a cruise vessel must show their boarding pass and ID at the security gate to enter the facility. The general public cannot access these areas due to strict security regulations.

Car parking bays along the coast from Outer Harbor to Semaphore and the recreation area at Lady Ruthven Reserve offer good vantage points to view cruise ships entering and leaving the port.

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The passenger terminal is well equipped and features, toilets, payphones, a coffee shop, an information desk and a range of retail outlets which sell opals, diamonds, souvenirs, other jewellery and clothing.

Flinders Ports and the South Australian Tourism Commission have worked on joint venture projects to upgrade and improve the passenger terminal over the years.

Recent improvements include a new pick-up/drop-off facility for passengers, a complete internal upgrade on the terminal building and a new direct walkway between the terminal and the Outer Harbor Railway Station.

Cruise passenger terminal

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