Adelaide has a small airport without many shops. Certainly no massage or gym. Security is very relaxed - no guns and is a very pleasant place to sit and wait. The food expensive but not-so-great - but this is the case for most airports. However the primary function of such a building is to arrive and depart. Although a car ramp was built several years ago allowing passengers to be deposited 3 metres from the terminal this has been permanently disabled. Now taxis and domestic vehicles can only pass from over 30 metres away. Hilariously its been mentioned that this is to prevent terrorism but in my experience Adelaidians are not this paranoid self-aggrandising or stupid. If it were true I'm sure they would beef up their security in more sensible ways. More likely a structural issue that is taking too long to fix. Unfortunately due to the long an unavoidable walk to and from the terminal from any mode of transport - the airport fails in its basic function of arriving and departing with ease.