Travel from Adelaide to Orange-NSW-Australia

Train, bus or fly from Adelaide to Orange?

Qantas, Regional Express and 3 other airlines fly from Adelaide to Orange hourly. Alternatively, Great Southern Rail - Indian Pacific operates a train from Adelaide to Orange 4 times a week. Tickets cost $130 - $300 and the journey takes 10 h 20 min. Transport NSW also services this route once a week.

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How to get from Adelaide to Orange

From Stop X1 Glover Ave - South side bus to Adelaide airport, fly to Dubbo airport, taxi to Dubbo Station, then train to Orange. 8 h 2 min $299. From Stop X1 Glover Ave - South side bus to Adelaide airport, fly to Sydney airport, train to Central Station, then train to Orange. 9 h 9 min $175. From Stop X1 Glover Ave - South side bus to Adelaide airport, fly to Orange airport, then taxi to Orange. 5 h 6 min $387. From Adelaide Parklands train to Broken Hill Station then train to Orange Station. 19 h 49 min $385. From Adelaide bus to Southern Cross, train to Cootamundra Coach Stop, then bus to Orange Station, Coach Bay 1. 21 h 15 min $140. From 85 Franklin St bus to Wodonga, bus to Gundagai Coach Stop, bus to Cootamundra Coach Stop, then bus to Orange Station, Coach Bay 1. 23 h 20 min $125. From Adelaide drive to Orange. 12 h 29 min $123.

Is there a direct train between Adelaide and Orange?

No, there is no direct train from Adelaide to Orange. However, there are services departing from Adelaide Parklands and arriving at Orange Station via Broken Hill Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 19 h 49 min.

Is there a direct bus between Adelaide and Orange?

No, there is no direct bus from Adelaide to Orange. However, there are services departing from 85 Franklin St and arriving at Orange Station, Coach Bay 1 via Wodonga, Gundagai Coach Stop and Cootamundra Coach Stop. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 23 h 20 min.