It seems there are only two lounges here at the Adelaide Airport.
There is the Qantas Domestic Lounge. And the Qantas Lounge in the International area. Or maybe they are both around but if you are flying Air New Zealand they direct you to the domestic lounge. Open and airy, there are a ton of work stations (none of which have anything other than an OZ two angle prong outlet) as well as a nice breakfast bar on one side and an extremely fancy coffee set up along with other beverages on the opposite side of the lounge.
Of course, it would help if one knew what a “flat white” or “tall black” actually meant, but you can’t have everything. Not even a down arrow which actually might get you decaf.
Check-in personnel are contract, which does mean that they may have to change clothes 2-3 times a day to complete a shift. The gentlemen who checked me in said he would see me at the gate as well. This was after he checked me in, agreed to take my second bag without a charge and wanted to see my method of leaving New Zealand. Yes, you can go to New Zealand, but they apparently want to make sure that you leave as well. I just looked at him.
You have it, I replied. I’m on a multi-city reservation. From Wellington I head to Brisbane.