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“Tram was quick and easy...”
We thought it was very clean, and also efficient. We found the service to be excellent, but there could be easier options for payment for visitors. The train schedule could also be more clear for visitors (as compared to the ease of transport in Melbourne or Sydney).
“Nostalgic Tram Ride”
I am an Adelaide expatriate and riding the Glenelg tram is my favorite thing to do when back in Adelaide. It is a pleasant ride into central Adelaide and shows you what suburban Adelaide looked like about 50 years ago. It is a very convenient way to get from the central city to the old beach suburb of Glenelg. We notice that someone below called Glenelg shabby but that is what gives it its appeal. Nearly all of its buildings are historic (by Australian standards) and it has a relaxed environment
Roman N, 2013-01-05
“Easy to use”
So clean, easy to understand and really easy to use. Its great to have free stops around the CBD and then the staff are so happy to help you understand the rest
We love this tram and usually use it at least once when in Adelaide. It goes from Jetty Road in Glenelg to the city. Fast and comfortable and free for parts of the journey. Also if you have a seniors card, even a Victorian one it is free between 9am and 3pm weekdays and free all weekend!!!
The tram line has now been extended upto the Entertainment Centre, some sections are free to travel. You can buy a ticket on board (credit card option available) or wait for a ticket conductor. The trip is very pleasant
“Easy to get around”
The tram was really easy to use, and made it back and forth from downtown to Glenelg quickly. You have to put in a bit of effort to figure out the ticket system, but just ask someone. Everyone in Adelaide is so nice!
Suzanne I, 2013-01-01
“Only way to get to Glenelg”
Driving to Glenelg would have been a disaster, there is little to no parking and all of it metered. So glad we took the tram. It comes every 15 mins and only took about 20 to get to Glenelg.
Loved the clean no nonsense convenient, tram travel, way to get about.Conductor has a 'real' sense of humour plus most helpful and informative.
Suzanne W, 2012-12-31
What a fabulous addition to Adelaide's public transport system! We used the tram to go from the Rundle Mall down to Gouger Street for dinner, and back again, all for free as it was within the free city loop.
We needed to take a taxi down to Glenelg for an early morning start to a tour, which cost $25.50 and just over 15 minutes - but we took the tram back, a bargain at only $3! It took around 40-45 minutes, and is obviously well used, by locals and tourists alike.
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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Every other year I buy a membership because my child and her cousin love to go. When we heard that the Space Shuttle Enterprise was coming to town we were excited even though it never went to space. Long story short, you don't get to go inside the shuttle. There is very little interactive displays. My sister went to see the one in Washington DC, she
went inside and it was free.
The rest of the museum is as fantastic as ever. The family still enjoys it.
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