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The Norwood Concert Hall is centrally located behind the Norwood Town Hall at 175 The Parade, Norwood. 

175 The Parade, Norwood (Main entrance George Street): 


Getting to the Norwood Concert Hall is as easy. Take your car or let someone else do the driving; or enjoy a cycle along a picturesque bike path, or simply walk through Adelaide's gorgeous East Parklands.

Public transport

Adelaide Metro Go Zone – catch a bus every 15 minutes.

Adelaide's public bus network provides a fast and easy way to get to the Norwood Concert Hall, Norwood and Go Zone buses are as regular as clock work.

  • Monday to Friday – every 15 minutes between 7.30am and 6.30pm
  • Weeknights – every 30 minutes until 10pm
  • Saturday, Sunday and public holidays – every 30 minutes until 10pm.

For timetables, visit: Adelaide Metro

Taxis or Uber

An average fare from the CBD costs around $12, so a quick taxi ride is a great way to head to the Norwood Concert Hall.

Taxi services include:

Uber: visit website


Bike lanes and paths:
Adelaide’s flat, picturesque landscapes are perfect for enjoying a bike ride - not to mention the fresh air and exercise! A purpose built bike lane runs along The Parade between Fullarton Road and Osmond Terrace.

Visit Cycle Instead Journey Planner and download a range of free maps to help you find bicycle lanes, local streets and off-road paths that will lead you to The Parade.

Bike hire:
Don’t own a bike but want to pedal your way to the Norwood Concert Hall? Adelaide Free Bikes offers free bike hire from multiple locations across the City. Hire includes the use of a helmet and, if required, a bicycle lock. For full details, visit: Bike SA - Bike Hire

For bicycle parking information, visit: Parking


Adelaide is renowned for its leafy streets, sumptuous Parklands and beautiful character homes. Walking is a joy in our city. Leaving from the stylish East End of the City, the Norwood Concert Hall is just a beautiful stroll away through Adelaide’s East Parklands.

Alternatively, journey through creative Kent Town and its historic side streets featuring Victorian and Edwardian architecture to reach the Norwood Concert Hall.

Find Us

175 The Parade,
Norwood SA 5067