Adelaide City Bikes
Free bike and helmet hire for use around Adelaide, for all people. Run by Adelaide City Council
From 9am to 4.30pm each day.
At the following locations:
- Bike SA, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide, Tel: +61 8 8168 9999
- Adelaide City Council, 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide, Tel: +61 8 8203 7203
- Backpacker Oz, 114 Wakefield Street, Adelaide, Tel: 1800 633 307
- Golf Links Par 3, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide (near Torrens Weir), Tel:+61 8 8203 7273
- Adelaide Traveller's Inn, 220 Hutt St, Adelaide, Tel: +61 8 8267 3255
- Adelaide Meridien, 21-39 Melbourne St, North Adelaide, Tel: +61 8 8267 3033
- Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, Tel: +61 8 8212 4099
Provides transport services for the Adelaide Metropolitan region. Go to the Adelaide Metro website.
InfoCentre: Corner King William and Currie Streets, Adelaide
Tel: 1300 311 108
8am–6pm Monday to Friday, 9am–5pm Saturday, 11am – 4pm Sunday
Eight seater van may be available for communities to use on weekends for refugee community events in the metropolitan area. Run by the Australian Refugee Association.
At: 304 Henley Beach Road, Underdale
Tel: +61 8 8354 2951
Bikes for refugees
Provides free second hand bicycles for humanitarian entrants, and their family/household members. Also free or low cost bicycle repair/maintenance/advice. Bike repairs are Western suburbs (Plympton) & north-eastern suburbs (Campbelltown).
Driver safety and awareness workshops, driver training courses and subsidised driver training towards a provisional driving licence. For young people who are humanitarian entrants and have lived in Australia for less than five years. Run by YouthJet in metropolitan Adelaide.
Tel: +61 8 8227 0933
Free cycling lessons
Lessons about how to ride a bike, road use and maintenance, for anyone who lives or works in the city of Adelaide. BikeSTART is a free, easy and fun online tool that finds your starting point for cycling and provides you with solutions.
Run by Adelaide City Council.
Tel: +61 8 8168 9999
Map of South Australia
RAA Road Service
For emergency help on the road (with fee)
Tel: 13 1111
Provides transport for frail, elderly and younger disabled members of CALD communities. Run by the Multicultural Communities Council of SA.
At: 111 Woodville Road, Woodville
Tel: +61 8 8345 5266
All vehicles must have a current registered license (including cars, trailers and boats). There are a number of ways to register a vehicle.