Distance between Adelaide and Whyalla
The distance from Adelaide to Whyalla is 386 kilometers by road including 22 kilometers on motorways. Road takes approximately 4 hours and 22 minutes and goes through Port Augusta, Waterloo Corner, Virginia, Dublin, Port Wakefield, Snowtown and Redhill.
Shortest distance by air  230 km ✈️ 
Car route length  386 km 🚗 
Driving time  4 h 22 min 
Fuel amount  30.8 L 
Fuel cost  49.4 AUD 
Point  Distance  Time  Fuel  
Adelaide  0 km  00 min  0.0 L  
A6 M2 25 km, 18 min


Waterloo Corner  25 km  18 min  1.4 L  
M2 9 km, 05 min


Virginia  34 km  24 min  2.5 L  
A1 25 km, 16 min


Dublin  60 km  40 min  4.3 L  
A1 40 km, 27 min


Port Wakefield  100 km  1 h 07 min  6.3 L  
A1 46 km, 31 min


Snowtown  146 km  1 h 39 min  10.6 L  
A1 32 km, 21 min


Redhill  178 km  2 h 00 min  13.4 L  
A1 21 km, 14 min


Crystal Brook  199 km  2 h 14 min  15.2 L  
A1 107 km, 1 h 11 min


Port Augusta  306 km  3 h 26 min  24.2 L  
A1 B100 79 km, 55 min


Whyalla  386 km  4 h 22 min  30.6 L 
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to drive from Adelaide to Whyalla?
Fuel cost: 49.4 AUD
This fuel cost is calculated as: (Route length 386 km / 100 km) * (Fuel consumption 8 L/100 km) * (Fuel price 1.6 AUD / L)
You can adjust fuel consumption and fuel price here.
How long is a car ride from Adelaide to Whyalla?
Driving time: 4 h 22 min
This time is calculated for driving at the maximum permitted speed, taking into account traffic rules restrictions.
 14 km with a maximum speed 110 km/h = 7 min
 344 km with a maximum speed 90 km/h = 3 h 49 min
 12 km with a maximum speed 80 km/h = 9 min
 11 km with a maximum speed 60 km/h = 10 min
 4 km with a maximum speed 50 km/h = 4 min
The calculated driving time does not take into account intermediate stops and traffic jams.
How far is Adelaide to Whyalla by land?
The distance between Adelaide and Whyalla is 386 km by road including 22 km on motorways.
Precise satellite coordinates of highways were used for this calculation. The start and finish points are the centers of Adelaide and Whyalla respectively.
How far is Adelaide to Whyalla by plane?
The shortest distance (air line, as the crow flies) between Adelaide and Whyalla is 230 km.
This distance is calculated using the Haversine formula as a greatcircle distance between two points on the surface of a sphere. The start and finish points are the centers of Adelaide and Whyalla respectively. Actual distance between airports may be different.
How many hours is Adelaide from Whyalla by plane?
Boeing 737 airliner needs 17 min to cover the distance of 230 km at a cruising speed of 800 km/h.
Small plane "Cessna 172" needs 1 h 2 min to flight this distance at average speed of 220 km/h.
This time is approximate and do not take into account takeoff and landing times, airport location and other real world factors.
How long is a helicopter ride from Adelaide to Whyalla?
Fast helicopter "Eurocopter AS350" or "Hughes OH6 Cayuse" need 57 min to cover the distance of 230 km at a cruising speed of 240 km/h.
Popular "Robinson R44" needs 1 h 5 min to flight this distance at average speed of 210 km/h.
This time is approximate and do not take into account takeoff and landing times, aerodrome location and other real world factors.
What city is halfway between Adelaide and Whyalla?
The halfway point between Adelaide and Whyalla is Merriton. It is located about 3 km from the exact midpoint by road.
The distance from Merriton to Adelaide is 189 km and driving will take about 2 h 8 min. The road between Merriton and Whyalla has length 196 km and will take approximately 2 h 14 min.
The other cities located close to halfway point:
Where is Adelaide in relation to Whyalla?
Adelaide is located 230 km southeast of Whyalla.
Adelaide has geographic coordinates: latitude 34.92743, longitude 138.5999.
Whyalla has geographic coordinates: latitude 33.03812, longitude 137.58013.
Which highway goes from Adelaide to Whyalla?
The route from Adelaide to Whyalla follows A1.
Other minor sections pass along the road:
 B100: 48 km
 M2: 21 km
 A7: 1 km
 A2: 1 km
 R1: 1 km