Getting Around Melbourne

City Circle Tram


Each year, the City Circle tram takes visitors to Melbourne’s attractions and places of interest including Melbourne Aquarium, Old Melbourne Gaol, Parliament House, the Immigration Museum, Etihad Stadium and Federation Square.

City Circle trams run in both directions approximately every 12 minutes between 10am and 6pm from Sunday to Wednesday and between 10am and 9pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday (except Christmas Day and Good Friday).

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Melbourne Visitor Shuttle

visitor shuttle

The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle is a great way to see Melbourne's attractions. This popular, free service operates daily every 30 minutes from 9.30am to 4.30pm (excluding Christmas Day). The trip takes approximately 90 minutes and includes an informative on-board commentary as you travel around Melbourne.

Check the page below for details of the route and all 13 stops, plus any temporary stop closures and route changes.

Melbourne Bike Share

Melbourne Bike Share

Melbourne Bike Share is a new form of public transport, designed for short trips across the city. Simply purchase a subscription that suits you, take a bike when you need it and then return it to one of the 50 bike stations throughout the city.

If you don’t need an annual subscription, you can choose from either a daily subscription ($2.60 per day) or a weekly subscription ($8.00 per week). Both of these subscriptions can be purchased at one of the 51 terminals around the city of Melbourne. Simply swipe your credit card, complete the registration details and off you go – no additional charges apply as long as your trip lasts less than 30 minutes (Usage fees apply for longer trips).

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Public Transport - MYKI


Interstate and overseas visitors can now purchase the myki Visitor Pack, for travel on Melbourne's train, tram and buses throughout their stay. The myki Visitor Pack includes:

  • A myki smartcard pre-loaded with enough value for one day's Zone 1 travel
  • Instructions on how to use myki
  • An inner Melbourne tram map
  • A myki protective wallet designed by renowned cartoonist Mark Knight
  • Discounts at 15 attractions worth more than $130 in savings

The myki Visitor Pack is now available from the Visitor Information Centre at Federation Square, and the PTV Hub Swanston Street, Corner of Swanston and Little Collins Streets. The myki Visitor Pack is available for full fare, concession, child and senior visitors.

  • A full fare myki Visitor Pack costs $14.00 including $8.00 myki money
  • A concession, child or seniors myki Visitor Pack costs $7.00, including $4.00 myki money

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