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What better way to see a city and its free --- beats the big red or yellow buses clogging up the streets of other cities in the world (you just need to refer to the city map and make up your own commentary
Being a visitor to the city, I asked the driver what stop I needed to get off for the zoo, gardens, etc. They were very helpful and even told me if I was still sitting down. Later found out that a means anticlockwise and c...More
I stayed in North Adelaide and although it was only a 20 minute walk into town, I found this free bus service very handy when it started to get really hot and I just didn't feel like walking. On one of the rides the bus...More
This is the best transport system in Australia and it's free. We saw so much of the city CBD and North Adelaide on the connector buses. The bus drivers were very friendly/ helpful and they kept the vehicles spotless. We loved being able to "hop...More
What a great way to see the city sights and it’s free! Bus was clean and tidy and the different drivers we had were super friendly and could spot a tourist off a mile away. We thoroughly enjoyed using the bus over the time we...More
Sorry, I know that the Adelaide trams are wheelchair accessible, but I haven't been on the Melbourne tram for several years. However, I'm sure that our sensitive Aussie cousins will have made provision for this need.