Vegan Festival is conveniently located in the heart of the city, Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga, a park that is easy to get to by public transport and by bike. Vegan Festival Adelaide encourages attendees to consider and utilise alternative means of transport to the festival where possible. View a tourist map of Adelaide HERE.

 
 

Public Transport

The tram is FREE between South Terrace tram stop and the Entertainment Centre, the Victoria Square Stop is included in the FREE zone.

The World's first solar electric bus, named Tindo (the Kaurna Aboriginal word for ‘sun’) may also be available as a free service on the day.

Parking

Parking is limited! There is no parking available on site and little in adjacent residential streets, so park 'n' walk from the city (5-15 mins), ride a bike, take the bus or share a cab with friends.

More options for CBD Car park click here.

Cycling

FREE BIKE PARK: The easiest way to get to Vegan Festival is by bike, and Vegan Festival encourages all patrons attending the event to consider riding. The festival offers bike parks to accommodate more than 50 bikes, located adjacent to both the North and South entrances.

ADELAIDE FREE BIKES: Get to Vegan Festival on an Adelaide FREE Bike! All you need is either your current driver’s license or passport. Sponsored by Adelaide City Council, Adelaide Free Bikes can be found in 20 locations around the City, as well as a special node at Vegan Festival North Side entrance if you’d like to zip around town and explore Adelaide. You can also hire a bike complete with bike lights for the duration of your stay in Adelaide so you can come and go as you please! You can book long term hire directly through Bike SA, either by phone or email – office@bikesa.asn.au.

Find all the information you need on the Bike SA website or give them a call on (08) 8168 9999.

Eco-Caddy

Eco-Caddy - For the trip too far to walk and too short to cab

Travel Packages / Accommodation

Quest on Franklin partners with Vegan Festival 2016

 

Carpooling

Carpooling / ride-sharing is a great sustainable way to get to events. There are a few online platforms that can help put you in touch with other fans heading in the same direction as you! Note, these services are not affiliated with Vegan Festival and you should determine their suitability for your needs independently.

Ridevu

Ridevu is an online service where you can connect and share with other users specifically travelling to Vegan Festival 2016. Check out our listing to share a ride.

Coseats

Carpool to Vegan Festival with Coseats by using their online form to share your ride or catch a lift with someone from anywhere in Australia.