- 24 hour security
- Open 7 days a week
- Free shuttle buses
- Undercover and Outdoor parking
Travelling to Adelaide airport by car before you board your flight but still have to sort parking? Here on the ParkCloud website you will find many parking spaces for Adelaide airport, available to book at any time of the week. Making a booking is quick, easy and hassle free so if you require parking for Adelaide airport you’ve came to the right place!
Passengers needing parking for Adelaide airport can choose from either undercover or open air parking spaces 7 days a week. For your safety and security the car park is monitored by security the whole day and night so you can relax knowing your car is in good hands while you are away.
There are also plenty of free shuttle buses to take you directly to the airport terminal leaving you lots of time to relax and stroll around before you take your flight.
How do I book my Adelaide airport parking?
Arranging a parking space for your car at Adelaide airport is quick and easy when you use the ParkCloud website. Simply add the dates and times you need to leave off and pick up your vehicle and then click the ‘Search’ button. After that, simply select the car park that suits you the best and then add the information requested that follows. And there you have it – your booking is now complete. Now just sit back relax and await confirmation of your booking via email and text message.
If you’d like more information on how to make a booking just visit our ‘How to book’ page.
Adelaide Airport is the principal airport of Adelaide, South Australia and the fifth busiest airport in Australia. Some of the top international destinations flying from Adelaide include Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong.
A memorial building at Adelaide Airport commemorates the first official flight from England to Australia – the Air Race of 1919 with Adelaide brothers Ross and Keith Smith. The restored Vickers Vimy converted bomber (Registration G-EAOU) flown by the famous aviators is housed inside the building for public display.
Image credit to Michael Coghlan on Flickr