Show Information – Adelaide
Adelaide Showground, Goodwood Road, Wayville, SA 5034
- Friday, November 18th, 2016 – 6pm to 10pm (Preview Night plus pre-purchase of photo/signature tokens) – Please note: no entry or ticket collection after 8pm
- Saturday November 19th, 2016 – 10am to 6pm
- Sunday November 2oth, 2016 – 10am to 6pm
On sale in September 2016 through Moshtix
There are a number of ways you can travel to and from the Adelaide Showground. The public transport system in Adelaide uses the electronic Metrocard but you can still purchase one-off paper tickets. See the Adelaide Metro website for timetables, journey planning and ticketing information or phone 1300 311 108.
The Showgrounds are a five-minute drive from the Adelaide CBD, located off Goodwood Road, Green Hill Road or Anzac Highway. 2000 parking spaces are available on site, accessible via Rose Terrace.
- 0-30 mins: free
- 30 mins – 2 hours: $3
- 2 hours +: $8
For further information visit the AEEC website: http://www.aeec.com.au/aeec/facilities/carparking.jsp
Trains depart Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace approximately every 30 minutes, with the journey taking 10 minutes to Goodwood Station on (Belair, Seaford and Tonsley lines). The Showgrounds are a 10 minute walk from there: https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/timetables/trains
Trams depart from Victoria Square and the Adelaide Train Station every 20 minutes with the journey taking 5 minutes to reach Goodwood Road Station (stop 3). The Showgrounds are a 5 minute walk from there. https://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/timetables/trams
A convenient 15-minute ride to or from the CBD, the G10 and G40 bus route services Goodwood Road. Stops 1 or 2 are the closest to the Showgrounds: http://www.adelaidemetro.com.au/timetables/buses
Taxis can be called for pickup from the Goyder Forecourt on Goodwood Road, or the Rose Terrace entrance. Phone 13 2227.
All areas of the Showgrounds are accessible by ramps and lifts. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located at either end of each hall. Disabled parking bays are also available.
Supanova welcomes carer cards and service animals. Should you have any special requirements during the expo please ask one of our helpful volunteers. Each Seminar Room has accessibility seating (e.g. for vision/ hearing/ mobility impaired patrons) and wheelchair areas.
For a detailed map of the venue please visit: http://www.aeec.com.au/aeec/facilities/visitor-facilities.jsp
ATMs are located in the Goyder and Jubilee pavilions.