Getting Around Melbourne
Getting around Melbourne is easy due to a number of public transport options including: trains, trams, buses, boat, and bike.
myki card is Melbourne's ticket to travel on the train, tram, and bus network. The tap smartcard stores value which can be topped up and re-used when required. myki cards can be purchased at PTV.Vic.gov.au or at select train stations and 7-Elevens.
Free Tram Zone
Please be aware that Melbourne has Free Tram Zones which means you can travel for free, without a myki card - visit PTV.Vic.gov.au to find out more.
Public Transport Victoria has a handy trip planner app that will help you plan your journey from A to Z - visit PTV.Vic.gov.au to find out more.
Melbourne CBD is serviced by four train stations including the iconic Flinders Street Station (the closest station to Crown Conference Centre), Parliament, Melbourne Central and Flagstaff. You can find out more about train travel at metrotrains.com.au
The easiest way to get around the city is by using the tram network, with a stop on just about every corner. There's also the free City Circle Tram which is a great way to see the city on an iconic W-Class Tram with guided audio tour. Visit yarratrams.com.au to find out more about Melbourne's tram network.
Melbourne Bike Share is a public bicycle hire scheme designed for short trips across the city. Bikes can be borrowed for a few hours, a full day or a week and returned at any of the many docking stations in Melbourne. To find out more visit melbourne.vic.gov.au/bike-share