Your transport guide to Adelaide Fringe in the East End

The Adelaide Fringe will once again grace the City of Adelaide with its eclectic wonder this February and March.

The 2024 Fringe will run from Friday 16 February to Sunday 17 March.

Plan your visit with our handy guide.

Find out more about road and bike lane closures, car and bicycle parking, public transport and rideshare options below.

Road and path closures

Area 1

  • Rundle Street between Frome Street and East Terrace
  • Bent Street between York Street and Rundle Street
  • Vardon Avenue between East Terrace and Rundle Street
  • Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street
  • Union Street between Sym Choon Lane and Rundle Street
  • Vaughan Place from Rundle Street to a point 30 meters east from the Frome Street intersection.

Area 2

  • Frome Street between Tavistock Lane and Sym Choon Lane
  • Rundle Street between Frome Street and Synagogue Place

Area 3

  • East Terrace between Vardon Avenue and a point 105 meters north
  • Rundle Road between East Terrace and a point 220 metres east

Resident access will be maintained throughout.

DayRoad Closure Times
  • Area 1: 4:00pm – 1:00am 
  • Area 2: 5:00pm – 1:00am 
  • Area 3: 6:30pm – 1:00am
  • Area 1: 4:00pm – 1:00am 
  • Areas 2 & 3: 5:00pm – 1:00am

Trading from 5:00pm – 11:59pm

  • Area 1: 11:00am – 11:00pm*
  • Areas 2 & 3: 5:00pm – 11:00pm*

*Sunday 10 March roads will reopen at 1am

Trading from midday – 10pm. Except for 10 March, trade to 1am

For a full list of road closures visit our Public Notices page.

DatesPath Closure Times
Gluttony - closure 1Thursday 18 January to Tuesday 26 March 2024
All times
Gluttony - closure 2
Monday 22 January to Tuesday 26 March 2024
All times
Gluttony - closure 3
Monday 29 January to Tuesday 26 March 2024
All times
Garden of Unearthly Delights
Friday 22 January to Friday 29 March 2024
All times

*Footpaths around these zones will remain open at all times throughout these closure times.

Bike racks, taxi ranks and accessible parking details

Public transport

Make the most of Adelaide Metro buses, trains and trams and plan your journey to the east end via public transport:

Plan your route


For Beam and Neuron scooter no-go zones and slow zone details visit the relevant website.

Rundle Street is a no-go zone throughout Adelaide Fringe.

East Terrace and Rundle Road is a slow zone throughout Adelaide Fringe.