Transport

Australia: Embracing Diversity, Culture, and Hospitality – Melbourne transport.

Diversity, Culture, and Hospitality
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Experience Australia:
Transport in Melbourne.

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Ticketing

Tram travel is free in Melbourne CBD and the inner city, thanks to the extensive tram network. Melbourne offers affordable public transport options with capped fares, including weekly, monthly, and yearly passes. To access trains, trams, buses, and V/Line trains, get a Myki travel card, and remember to register it for a free replacement if it’s lost.

Taxi / Cabs

Taxis/Cabs can be hailed from the kerb on the street or at designated areas where you will have to line up to get a taxi or you may choose to book online or dial a cab:

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Uber

Uber is used widely in many countries. It’s available 24/7 and you get to choose your ride and set your location by signing up online and installing the Uber app on your mobile phone. You will also obtain a fare estimate when you have selected your pick-up and drop-off destinations.Ferry Trip Planner.

Bicycle

To minimise your expenditure on public transport, you may choose to ride a bike. There are designated bike lanes and tracks around Melbourne to keep you safe.

Just remember, when cycling in Australia, it is illegal to cycle without a helmet. You must also have bells and lights on your bicycle if you plan to cycle at night.

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