Travel around Melbourne

Public transport in Melbourne

Everyone using public transport in Melbourne requires a myki card. The reusable smart card is easy to use. Simply top up before your journey and then touch on and touch off at a myki reader as you travel.

You can buy and top up your myki at close to 800 retailers including all 7-Eleven stores, the ticket office window at Premium Stations and staffed V/Line commuter stations, from a myki machine (full fare myki cards only) located at all train stations and major tram and bus interchanges.

Myki Explorer Pack

International and interstate visitors coming to Victoria can buy a myki visitor pack to travel on the public transport network in Melbourne and regional Victoria.

Further information on the myki Explorer pack HERE

The explorer pack includes:

  • One full fare, concession, child or seniors myki card, pre-loaded with enough value (myki money) for one day’s travel in Zone 1, which includes the entire tram network.
  • Discount offers at 15 attractions including Melbourne Aquarium, the National Sports Museum, Eureka Skydeck and Puffing Billy, saving you more than $130.
  • A protective myki wallet designed by renowned Melbourne cartoonist Mark Knight.
  • A public transport map and information on how to use myki.

When travelling on public transport you must always have a valid ticket and show it on request. If you do not have a valid ticket you may receive a fine.

Visitor Pack Costs

A full fare myki visitor pack costs $14 and includes $8 myki money for travel.

A concession, child or seniors myki visitor pack costs $7 and includes $4 myki money for travel.

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