Paradise Interchange

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Looking over Paradise Interchange towards the Adelaide city centre
Paradise Interchange north bound Zone D-F stops

Paradise Interchange is an interchange of the O-Bahn Busway in Adelaide, South Australia, located in the suburb of Paradise, South Australia. With services operated by Adelaide Metro, this interchange is situated mid-way along the O-Bahn Busway, between Tea Tree Plaza Interchange and Klemzig Interchange, six kilometres (3.7 mi) from the city centre. Paradise Interchange has 625 carparks,[1] and is located on the south side of Darley Road, with access roads permitting buses to transfer between local roads and the busway.

Construction on Stage 1 of the O-Bahn Busway (City to Paradise Interchange) began in 1983, with Stage 2 (Paradise to Tea Tree Plaza) being given the go ahead in 1986.[2][3][4] Stage 1 opened in 1986,[3] with the extension opened on 20 August 1989.[4]

Klemzig Interchange   O-Bahn Busway   Tea Tree Plaza Interchange


  1. ^ Paradise Interchange, Adelaide Metro Accessed 24 May 2006 Archived 7 April 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Busway Information, Paper One: Background History of the Northeast Corridor Transportation Proposals, South Australian Department of Transport (1983)
  3. ^ a b O-Bahn Busway Information (Brochure), South Australian Department of Transport (1987)
  4. ^ a b Northeast Busway (Brochure), State (South Australia) Transport Authority (1990)

Coordinates: 34°52′07″S 138°39′43″E / 34.86853°S 138.66191°E / -34.86853; 138.66191