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Melbourne - Getting Around

Melbourne operates an impressive array of public transport options, offering fast, frequent and efficient options for exploring the city.

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The free Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle bus service takes in all of the city’s principle attractions and runs every 15 minutes from Federation Square, again, complete with audio guide.

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For a good overview of the city, hop on board the City Circle Tram: a free service, running around the edge of the city’s core and on to the Docklands development. It’s a trundling, clanking old beast, but good fun and complete with audio guide.

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A beautiful garden in Melbourne


The Metlink system incorporates trams, trains and buses operating routes in and around all points of the city. It’s best to get a Metcard and then you can travel on all three. A daily ticket costs around $4, and offers unlimited travel within specific zones (zone 1 is the CBD district), while a 5 day plus card is cheaper for those staying in the city for a week or so. Tickets are available from train stations, tram stops and 7-Eleven stores and newsagents around the city.

For all travel-related information and help, visit the Met Shop, in Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston Street, and pick up timetables and brochures.


Yellow Melbourne taxis offer pick ups from $3.20 and around $1.50 each kilometre thereafter. You can hail them in the street, or head to a rank - such as those at Flinders Street, Fed Sqaure or Victoria Street. After midnight, fares have a 20% surcharge.