Public Car Parking:
Car parking is available in the northern parklands. Ample car parking is available in the city and the Riverbank footbridge crossing the River Torrens will provide direct access from the city to the Adelaide Oval.
Access parking is available in the northern parklands on the hardstand area and at the Torrens Parade Ground, Victoria Drive, Adelaide. For all Adelaide Oval parking queries please call 8211 1100.
For timetables and routes, contact Adelaide Metro on 1300 311 108 or visit www.adelaidemetro.com.au.
Bike racks are located:
North – outside the Bob Quinn Gate
East – outside the East Gate
South – On the southern Plaza close to War Memorial Drive
The Family Zone is located on the north western side of the grass mound (General Admission- non reserved area).
Baby Change Facilities are located:
Level 1 – Parents Room located southern end of the stand
Level 3 – Access toilets at north and south end of the stand
Level 1 – Parents Room located to the western side of the main entry
Level 5 - behind aisle 521 & 528 (disabled toilets located near stairs)
Level 1 – Parents Room located to the southern side of the escalators
Level 5 – Access toilets at the north and south end of the stand
Event Day Office – Level 1 Riverbank Stand (report to security or police)
Adelaide Oval is a smoke free venue. Patrons wishing to smoke must use the designated smoking areas located outside the stadium. Patrons will need to scan to exit/re-enter the stadium.
x 3 (outside - next to Customer Service Centre near War Memorial Drive)
x 1 (outside - next to Ticket Office)
1 (inside to the eastern side of main gate)
x 2 (located on either side of the atrium)
Level B2 (Basement) main treatment room
Level 1 - located on the western side of the main entry gate
Level 5 - located behind aisle 522
Back of house lower level
Western Stand Room located next to Sheffield Shield Room in atrium
Level 1 - located on the northern side of the main entry gate
Level 5 - located behind aisle 535
Concierge Desk Level 1 Riverbank Stand (just inside main entry gate to your right)
There are no cloak Rooms at Adelaide Oval.
What You Can’t Bring Into the Stadium
- Alcohol – cannot be taken into or from Adelaide Oval (see Liquor Licensing in Conditions of Entry);
- Animals – except official guide or hearing dogs (passes must be shown);
- Any item which could reasonably be deemed to cause public nuisance or offence to any user of the venue
- Balls, including but not limited to tennis, cricket, footballs;
- Bicycles / Scooters / Skates;
- Plastic bottles with broken seals – except water bottles;
- Cans and glass containers (including all bottles that have previously been opened);
- Flag poles over 1metre in length;
- Hard esky of any size / type (including foam esky);
- Flares / Fireworks / Laser Pointers;
- Illicit drugs;
- Inflatable items including beach balls, balloons and a receptacle device or structure.
- The use of photographic, video or audio equipment for commercial purposes is not permitted within Adelaide Oval
- Professional standard still / video cameras and recording devices;
- Lenses with a total-focal strength of greater than 200mm are not permitted into the venue
- To ensure patron privacy is maintained, the use of cameras including mobile telephones with camera interfacing, must not be used in areas such as change rooms and toilets
- Shade cover structures;
- Signs/Banners/Clothing or any other item displaying commercial, political, religious or offensive messages or logos;
- Signs/Banners/Clothing or other item intended for the engagement of ambush marketing;
- Throwing objects – including onto the field of play is prohibited and may result in the patron responsible being evicted (penalties apply)’
- Items, which in the opinion of management, have the potential to cause nuisance or inconvenience to any other person in the venue will be requested to be removed from the venue or may be confiscated
- Loud hailers, megaphones, and musical instruments of any nature (including vuvuzelas, horns, whistles and drums) are not permitted into the venue. Specific conditions may apply for some events regarding the entry of musical instruments. Prior approval may be permitted at the discretion of venue management;
- Weapons, guns & knives (or any other object that could be used as a weapon)
Sun Affected Seats
- Seats at the northern end in sun all day.
- Riverbank Stand - Pockets of Level 1 seating and the corners of Level 5 will be in the sun for parts of the day.
- Eastern Stand – Majority of seats on Level 1 & Level 3, and lower half of Level 5 will be in the sun for parts of the day.
Accessible Tickets / Disabled Access
Contact Ticketek if you have wheelchair or special needs seating requirements. Adelaide Oval is an affiliate of the companion card program.
There is a range of traditional food & beverages available for the public, as well as corporate packages and members dining.
Bringing in Food & Drink
Patrons are permitted to bring in small quantities of food and non-alcoholic drinks for personal use only. As per Adelaide Oval’s Conditions of Entry, visitors are not allowed to bring in cans, tins, metal containers (thermos are permitted), glass bottles, glass containers or alcoholic drinks. Eskies of any size or type (including foam eskies) are not permitted.
Membership Card Issues on the Day
If members have difficulty scanning through the turnstiles on match day, please speak to the Strikers Membership team at the Membership window in the Southern Plaza in the first instance. If the window is vacant, please proceed to the Ticketek box office in the Southern Plaza.
Patrons to contact 0400 TELL US – 0400 835 587 with any concerns during events.
Umbrellas may be brought into Adelaide Oval but for the comfort and safety of others cannot be raised whilst any activities are taking place on the playing arena.