Norwood Concert Hall
175 The Parade
(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.
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:
- Adelaide Independent Taxis, visit: www.aitaxis.com.au
- Suburban Taxis, visit: www.suburbantaxis.com.au
- Yellow Cabs, visit: www.yellowcabgroup.com.au
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.
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.