A regular tram weekend timetable will be operating from around 6am to 1am, with additional services added before and after the Pageant. Between 8am – 7pm trams operate to a 10-minute frequency, then reduce to a 15-20 minute frequency from 7pm to 1am.
Due to the road closures within the Adelaide CBD, tram services will only run between Glenelg to South Terrace and Entertainment Centre to Adelaide Railway Station. The closest tram stop to the Pageant route is the South Terrace tram stop, near the South Terrace and Peacock Road intersection, and the Adelaide Railway Station on North Terrace.
Tram travel tips:
Check the destination sign! Electronic destination signs are located on the front and side of all trams. Always check these signs to ensure you’re boarding the correct service to get to where you need to go.
Heading to the event:
- From the Southern side of the city (Glenelg): Catch Glenelg line trams and disembark at the South Terrace tram stop.
- From the Western side of the city (Entertainment Centre): Catch Glenelg line tramand disembark at the Adelaide Railway Station tram stop.
Leaving the event:
- To the Southern side of the city (Glenelg): Catch Glenelg line trams from the South Terrace tram stop and disembark at your preferred stop.
- To the Western side of the city (Entertainment Centre): Catch Glenelg line trams from the Adelaide Railway Station Tram Stop and disembark at your preferred stop.