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Transport / Maps - How to get here?
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Transport / Maps - How to get here?

Travelling to:




Premier Stateliner services rural SA from Adelaide with scheduled services to and from Port Augusta, Whyalla, Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, the Eyre Peninsula and Ceduna on the West Coast.
Bookings and Timetables W: P: 08 8686 8552

Greyhound Australia travel between Adelaide and Alice Springs daily stopping at Port Augusta along the way.
Bookings andTimetables W: F: 1300 473 946 P: 08 8642 3344 (Helloworld)  



The Ghan and the Indian Pacific both travel through Port Augusta and passengers are able to end or start their journey from here, however the port Augusta railway station no longer has a booking office on site and is not manned until a train arrives at the station. Bookings and Timetables W: F: 1300 555 003  P: 08 8642 3344 (Helloworld)


Travelling within:

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Port Augusta Bus Service P: 0429 105 942         Download Timetable

The Port Augusta Bus Service provides a service Monday - Friday, covering all areas of Port Augusta and Stirling North hourly. 

Taxi Service

Port Augusta has two Taxi services that operate 24 hours a day. Pre bookings are welcome for pickups from the Railway Station, Airport or Coach Terminal.
Des's Cabs E: P: 13 33 77                            Suburban Taxis P: 8317 5999

Travelling to the Flinders Ranges:

While currently there is no regular service departing Port Augusta for the Flinders Ranges, a range of vehicles can be hired from various hire companies in town. Alternatively Tour Operators and Taxi companies in the region are able to provide a transfer service to various locations, subject to availability. Contact Wadlata for additional information.

Environmental Travel Tips:  

Arid landscapes are incredibly fragile and support a wide range of truly unique and amazing plants and animals.
Every step off the path or wheel off the track will have a lasting impact. If you are not travelling through a national park or conservation reserve, you are likely to be travelling through a pastoral property - someone else's backyard - where people manage the landscape to make a living. Below are 10 top tips to help enjoy your stay, and look after the landscape.



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