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If you prefer to come to the airport using your own car or you are just picking someone up, you can enjoy new modern multi-level car park just opposite the terminal, with parking space for 1650 vehicles. The car park offers undercover parking on the first four floors and is equipped with the state of the art technology, like guiding lights to vacant spots.
There are disabled parking spaces on every level, conveniently located near one of the four lifts that service the building. Both entrance and exit ramps are external, allowing for easy and fast access and departure. The facility has twice the capacity of the old parking. The new parking goes a long way to relieve previous traffic congestions by separating buses and taxis from private cars.
The car park is connected to the terminal via sky bridge on the second level, which leads to arrivals. The ground level access is also covered, so you don’t have to worry about getting wet if it rains. There are several payment options including pay machines, located on every level near the elevators. You can also pay with your credit card on exit.
If you trip lasts a bit longer, It is better to park your car at long-term parking. This parking is approximately 7 minute
This parking offers more economical solution for long term parking. Since there’s no cashier in long-term park facility, you can pay via pay machines or by credit card on exit. Parking is secured and safe. Usually, there’s plenty of space on the parking, but if any of the Adelaide sport clubs are playing away game, it may be full, as fans tend to travel with the teams. If that happens, the overflow car park will be opened. There’s no time restriction on the duration of the stay, but if you plan on staying for more than 30 days, make sure to contact the airport staff.
You can see the locations of both facilities here