Getting Around Melbourne

Getting Around Melbourne

Melbourne is a compact city best explored on foot where your sense of discovery is heightened by the unique spaces, experiences and hidden gems often stumbled upon along the way. Thanks to its grid layout, navigating is easy and made more inviting by its smart connectivity. 

The city encompasses an extensive public transport network, accessible taxi services and caters for travel to destinations further afield through our many tour operators. 

 

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FREE TRAM TRAVEL IN CITY CENTRE
Melbourne's home to the world’s largest tram network, which is free in the city centre. The free City Circle tourist tram is a great way to explore Melbourne while listening to commentary about major attractions. 

 

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PERFECT WALKING CITY
Melbourne's compact grid layout, makes it easy to find your way around by foot. The City of Melbourne offers a series of self-guided walks to help delegates explore.

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SKYBUS AIRPORT TRANSFERS
SkyBus offers an affordable and convenient option for airport transfers. Express airport transfers from Melbourne Airport to the heart of Melbourne run every 20 minutes between 4.30am and midnight, 7 days a week. 

 

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ELECTRONIC BIKE HIRE
Using the Uber app, delegates can hire electric bikes on demand for a fun, affordable and sustainable option to get around Melbourne. Discover bike tracks around Melbourne.

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MELBOURNE'S TRAIN NETWORK
The suburban train network transports passengers from Melbourne’s suburbs into the city centre. MCEC is easily accessible from Southern Cross Station, which is also Melbourne’s hub for regional and interstate trains. 

 

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TAXI AND RIDESHARE
Melbourne taxis are easy to spot and can be booked, picked up from signposted taxi ranks or hailed. Rideshare trips are available via Uber, DiDi, Shebah and Ola apps.

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