Melbourne Transport

Melbourne has an excellent transport system, making it easy to get around. The city's layout makes it an easy city to navigate, and almost everything is within walking distance, if it's not, simply hop aboard a train, tram or bus.

Melbourne's bus network is made up of over 300 routes. Buses run frequently to major hubs, including shopping centres, schools, hospitals, leisure and sporting activities, and Melbourne's biggest attractions.

Melbourne's trams provide a scenic way to explore the city and inner suburbs like Richmond, St Kilda and South Yarra. Trams run down the centre of the road on most of Melbourne's major thoroughfares.

Melbourne TramYou can use the same ticket to travel on both buses and trams, travel around for the whole day for a cheap price.. Alternatively you can travel on the underground rail loop.

For longer distance travel by bus you should head for Spencer Street Coach Terminal where you can catch Firefly, Skybus or V/Line, or Melbourne Transit Centre, Franklin Street, where you can catch Greyhound and Skybus.

Melbourne Train StationThere are two main train stations, Flinders Street Station, Cnr Swanston and Flinders Streets, for travel to suburban areas, and Spencer Street Station for travel to country or other interstate areas.

You can also get further travel information and contact numbers for the whole of Victoria, from the Victoria Travel Section.

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