Late Night Home Zone
Late night bus & ride collection at the Home Zone
Late Night Home Zone
Adelaide Metro and the City of Adelaide are excited to introduce the new Home Zone in the city, a dedicated late night bus stop and ride collection zone at locations in Currie and King William Street.
After Midnight late night buses and a dedicated ride collection point every Saturday night.
When you're heading home after a Saturday night in the city, head to the Home Zone.
- What is the Home Zone?
- After Midnight buses
- After Midnight fares
- After Midnight Real Time
- Plan your After Midnight bus journey anytime
- Dedicated Ride Collection point
The Home Zone is a central city location offering four key After Midnight late night bus stops plus a dedicated ride collection point where you can wait together for transport home late on a Saturday night.
This active zone offers CCTV, good lighting and Police patrols to keep you safer until your night bus or ride home arrives.
The Home Zone operates on King William and Currie Streets from 12am to 6am every Saturday night and provides a safer place to wait for your transport home.
See the Home Zone map (PDF 450kb)
After Midnight buses are special Adelaide Metro buses that operate between 12am and 5am every Saturday night from the city to various locations around metropolitan Adelaide.
After Midnight buses run to the north, south, east and west of Adelaide and can drop you off at brightly lit locations such as 24 hour service stations and fast food outlets.
See full After Midnight late night bus details below.
Catch an After Midnight bus for the price of a metroCARD trip or buy a ticket from the driver on board. Cash only and please have small notes or change.
Catch your After Midnight bus in the Home Zone
Go to Currie Street stop E1
N1 to Golden Grove via O-Bahn & Golden Grove Road
N22 to Wattle Park via The Parade
N502 to Salisbury via O-Bahn to Paradise then Bridge Road
N541 to Fairview Park via O-Bahn to Tea Tree Plaza then Hancock Road
Returns as N542 to Tea Tree Plaza via Tea Tree Gully on request.
N864 to Mount Barker via Glen Osmond, Crafers, Stirling, Hahndorf & Bridgewater
Go to Currie Street stop V2
N30 to West Lakes via Henley Beach & Military Road
N178 to Newton via Payneham & Montacute Road
N202 to Ingle Farm via Hampstead Road
N224 to Gawler via Mawson Lakes, Salisbury & Elizabeth
N254 to Semaphore via Arndale & Port Adelaide
N21 to Aberfoyle Hub via Goodwood Road & Marion
N262 to Marion via Brighton & Sturt Road
N721 to Colonnades & Seaford via Main South Road & Marion
Let us help you find your After Midnight bus stop, then pin it to your mobile device home screen for instant Real Time travel times*.
Click on your bus stop below or type the stop code into the search bar to find your stop, then from your phone options, select to pin it to your home screen so you can check the time of your next After Midnight bus anytime.
|Bus stop||Direction of travel||Stop Code|
|Currie Street E1||East||13348|
|Currie Street V2||West||13353|
|King William Street C2||South||16282|
|King William Street X2||North||16279|
* Please make sure your phone's "Location Services" are turned on to use Real Time.
Use the Adelaide Metro Journey Planner to plan your trip into the city, and then home again from the Home Zone.
You can plan your journey at any time of any day, just enter the times you want to travel on a Saturday night (Sunday morning) or get your journey details as you're ready to go.
Travel to the city
Go to the Journey Planner to enter your departure address and arrival point in Adelaide.
Select "Departing" from the drop down menu, enter the time and date you want to travel then click "Plan my journey" to see After Midnight buses to get you to town.
When it's time to head home, go to the Journey Planner and click on "Your location" in the "From" field, enter where you are travelling to and select "Leave now" from the drop down menu to see the details of your next trip home.
Remember to enter the Sunday date to ensure you get After Midnight bus times.
Head to the ride collection point in Currie Street at bus stop E2 to wait for your ride. Call mum or dad, ring a mate or request a taxi or your favourite ride share to pick you up.
The Home Zone ride collection point is available from 12am to 6am every Saturday night and provides CCTV and lighting, access to nearby toilets and is on the SA Police patrol route.
So remember … if you’re heading out for a Saturday night in town, head to the Home Zone when its home time.
The City of Adelaide and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (Adelaide Metro) worked in partnership to deliver this initiative, supported by:
- SA Police
- Consumer and Business Services
- Encounter Youth
- Australian Hotels Association South Australia
- Adelaide West End Association
- Office for Women