• Melbourne, Australia - January 8, 2019: Tram passing through Bourke Street Mall at Melbourne CBD.

    Public transport

    A low-cost way to travel around Melbourne is on public transport, which is accessible with Myki — Melbourne’s all-inclusive ticket to trains, trams and buses. For more information visit Public Transport Victoria. 

  • Two young women having fun driving along the street laughing and joking with the driver distracted looking at her passenger


    While the city’s public transport is great, getting around Melbourne CBD is also possible by car. However, it can be busy so be sure to leave extra time for built up traffic and to find a parking spot!
    Visit VicRoads to learn about hook turns, driving around trams and to brush up on other laws.

  • Melbourne, Australia - February 13, 2013: Bicycle Sharing System, Melbourne, Australia. This system is available for individuals to rent bicycles that they do not own to get faster through downtown Melbourne.


    Cycling around town is made easy thanks to well-marked bike lanes. Bike sharing options are available — just look for the blue bike share stations and follow the instructions.

  • A young woman walks along the banks of the Yarra River. She is walking on the Southbank side, with the river and the city visible behind her. Melbourne, Australia.


    Weather permitting, the best way of getting around Melbourne is with your feet. Beautiful gardens, popular laneways and vibrant streetscapes make walking the preferred mode of transport for many locals and visitors.
    For Melbourne first-timers, head to one of the visitor centres, chat to the friendly city ambassadors and pick up an easy-to-read walking map of the CBD.