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, 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.
  Stage 1 opened in 1986,  with the extension opened on 20 August 1989.  
References [ edit ]
^ Paradise Interchange, Adelaide Metro Accessed 24 May 2006 Archived 7 April 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
^ Busway Information, Paper One: Background History of the Northeast Corridor Transportation Proposals, South Australian Department of Transport (1983)
^ a b O-Bahn Busway Information (Brochure), South Australian Department of Transport (1987)
^ 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