A free, fully accessible Adelaide Metro Digger shuttle bus will run clockwise from the National War Memorial on North Terrace to Victoria Square, every 15 minutes after the Anzac Day March from 12.30pm – 1.30pm.
Bus, train and tram services will operate to a Sunday and Public Holiday timetable. Additional bus, train and tram services will operate on the day. Don’t forget to use the trip planner in the Moovit app for the changes.
Tuesday 25 April 2023
The Dawn Service at the State War Memorial will commence at 6am.
The Commemorative March will begin at 9.30am from the State War Memorial.
The Anzac Day March will travel along North Terrace, King William Road and Sir Edwin Smith Avenue to the Cross of Sacrifice.
The Commemorative Service will commence after the conclusion of the march at 11.40am at the Cross of Sacrifice, Pennington Gardens.
Free travel is available on all Adelaide Metro buses, trains and trams on Anzac Day for:
- Past and present military personnel who are wearing uniform.
- People wearing service medals.
- People carrying a Department of Veteran’s Affairs identification card.
Additional Adelaide Metro bus services will operate on the following bus routes throughout Anzac Day.
|Bus Route||Origin and Destination|
|106||Magill to city via Magill Road|
|110||West Lakes to city via Grange Road|
|150||Osborne to city via Port Road|
|167||Glenelg to city Mooringe Avenue and Richmond Road|
|178||Newton to city via Montacute and Payneham Roads|
|190||Mitcham Square to city via Belair and Unley Roads|
|208||Paradise to city via Northgate and Galway Avenue|
|222||City to Mawson Interchange via Main North Road|
|224||City to Elizabeth Interchange via Mawson Lakes and Salisbury|
|228||Smithfield to city via Main North Road|
|232||Port Adelaide to city via Arndale Interchange|
|235||Kilburn to city via Churchill Road|
|254||Port Adelaide to city via Hanson Road and Hawker Street|
|265||Glenelg to city via Anzac Highway|
|273||Paradise to city via Northeast Road|
|281||Vale Park to city via Walkerville Terrace|
|506||Tea Tree Plaza to city via Kelly and Nelson Roads|
|540||City to Tea Tree Plaza via O-Bahn|
|542||Fairview Park to Tea Tree Plaza via Elizabeth Street|
|544||Golden Grove Interchange to city via O-Bahn|
|548||Golden Grove and Greenwith to Tea Tree Plaza|
|721||Noarlunga Centre to city via Old Reynella Interchange and South Road, Flinders Medical Centre and Old Reynella Interchange|
|864||Mt Barker Park ‘n’ Ride to city via Hahndorf, Aldgate and Glen Osmond Road|
|J1G||City to Golden Grove Interchange via O-Bahn and Golden Grove Road|
|C2||Greenwith to city via Golden Grove Interchange and O-Bahn|
|G10C||Bedford Park to City via Goodwood Road|
|G10C||Blair Athol to city via Prospect Road|
|H20C||Newton to city via The Parade|
|H30C||West Lakes Centre Interchange to city via Henley Beach Road|
|M44C||Marion Centre to city via Marion Road|
|M44T||Marion Centre to Tea Tree Plaza via Marion Road, city and O-Bahn|
Additional Adelaide Metro train services will operate on the following rail lines throughout Anzac Day.
- Outer Harbor
Additional Adelaide Metro tram services will operate on the following tram stops throughout Anzac Day.
- Glenelg to Entertainment Centre
- Entertainment Centre to Adelaide
Digger Shuttle Bus
A free, fully accessible Adelaide Metro Digger Shuttle will be running clockwise from the National War Memorial on North Terrace to Victoria Square every 15 minutes after the Anzac Day March from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
The Digger shuttle bus will start at the temporary stop by the National War Memorial on King William Road and then travel to the following stops:
- Stop A3, King William Road
- Stop F1, North Terrace
- Stop B2, Pulteney Street
- Stop D2, Pulteney Street
- Stop U1, Wakefield Street
- Stop U2, Victoria Square
- Stop X2, King William Street
- Returning to the National War Memorial
Source: Adelaide Metro