Melbourne’s public transport network extends from the city centre in all directions, with trains, trams and buses offering comprehensive public transport services. Using the city’s famed trams and an extensive train and bus network, you'll be able explore every corner.
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Melbourne's train network, operated by Metro, services the metropolitan area with 15 train lines.
There are over 300 bus routes across Melbourne servicing cross-suburban travel, CBD trips for commuters, connections to train stations, major shopping centres, and leisure and sporting venues.
The Night Bus network operates on Fridays and Saturdays along ten Night Bus routes, departing every 30 minutes from six safe locations in the central city.
Public transport to and from Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine) Please note that not all Airport bus services are myki ticketed services, which will require a separate ticket.
Melbourne's tram network, operated by Yarra Trams, is one of the largest tram networks in the world.
The City Circle Tram is a free service around central Melbourne taking passengers past some of Melbourne's major attractions. Visit Public Transport Victoria for timetables and a route map.