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Best routes to Adelaide Zoo include the Torrens Linear Park and cycle paths along all major arterial roads. Long-distance interstate trains have been banished from the terminal and now arrive and depart at an unremarkable location ironically called "Adelaide Parklands Terminal" in the industrial suburb of Keswick. Get even more out of your visit, with a free guided tour of Adelaide Zoo. Zoos SA offers a range of admission options and offers a discounted concession rate with any valid Government issued concession card. Our walkways and trails are accessible for individuals with wheelchairs, please refer to the map key to familiarise yourself with the location of the only stair case within the zoo. There is a small cost to buy a Metrocard. Two extensions to the electric tram network have been opened - one to Botanic Gardens and another to Festival Plaza, and there are potentially more tram network extensions on the way.
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Adelaide has the least effective metropolitan rail service in the nation, and was until recently the only major city in Australia without electric train services. However as the motor industry departs the city, positive things are now starting to happen on the rails! The railway through the southern suburbs to Noarlunga has recently been electrified and extended to Seaford and there are plans to electrify the busy line through the northern suburbs to Gawler Central.
Two extensions to the electric tram network have been opened - one to Botanic Gardens and another to Festival Plaza, and there are potentially more tram network extensions on the way.
Adelaide Trains Suburban trains are operated by Adelaide Metro. Most trains are operated by air-conditioned diesel railcars runing over four main routes and two branch lines. Trains operate regularly throughout the day but are infrequent at night and on weekends.
All trains operate to and from Adelaide Station: This once wonderful station is now but a shadow of its former self having been converted into a casino. Trains which once majestically arrived and departed at the sweeping concourse that was the front entrance to the city now slink in on an unpleasant covered-over set of tracks almost as if the railway is something of which to be ashamed.
Long-distance interstate trains have been banished from the terminal and now arrive and depart at an unremarkable location ironically called "Adelaide Parklands Terminal" in the industrial suburb of Keswick. Adelaide is now however investing once again in its railways. The busiest route to the South has been electrified and extended from Noarlunga to Seaford. Impressive modern electric trains now serve this line.
Plans for electrification of further lines have been shelved but will inevitably be re-activated given the stunning success of the rejuvenated Seaford line.
Adelaide Trams There is a tantalising remnant of a wonderful electric street tramway system - the 'Bay Tram' runs between Adelaide City and the bayside suburb of Glenelg. Until , an extensive network of electric tram routes served the city, and despite Adelaide's ideal geography and street geometry to support trams, the network was closed in that less enlightened era.
Until this tram route was operated by wonderful and venerable but antique vintage American style interurban tramcars. In recent years however, the tram line has been extensively rebuilt, a new fleet of modern trams has been introduced, and the line extended from its long-time terminus in Victoria Square northward to Adelaide Railway Station, City West and further to Hindmarsh Entertainment Centre Bowden.
More recently, two further short extensions opened - one northward to Festival Flaza, and another eastward along North Terrace to Botanic Gardens.