You can find on this page the Melbourne transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.
The Melbourne transport map shows all means of transportation in Melbourne. This transports map of Melbourne will allow you to move easily with public transport of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Melbourne famed trams and extensive train and bus network make it easy to explore every corner of the city. Melbourne public transport network extends from the city centre in all directions, with trains, trams and buses offering comprehensive public transport services as its shown in Melbourne transports map. There is also the free City Circle Tram to help you get around to all the city major attractions. The public transport journey planner can help you plan your trip from A to B. Many attractions are listed in the journey planner – simply enter your origin and the name of the attraction in the destination box for a tailored trip plan.
Trains as well as some trams and buses operate through the night on Fridays and Saturdays as you can see in Melbourne transports map. A selection of coach services also run to key regional centres. Metro operates Melbourne metropolitan train network, while V/Line operates Victoria regional public transport. Different companies operate our trams and buses. Although there are various taxi companies, taxis in Melbourne are easily recognisable by the signs that sit atop their roofs and the branding painted on their doors. Taxis (cabs) are readily available in metropolitan and regional areas. All taxis must be registered and the driver must display his/her identification in the car for you to see.
You will need a myki to travel on most of Melbourne trains, trams and buses. It is a re-usable smart card that stores value to pay your public transport fare as its mentioned in Melbourne transports map. You can buy and top up a myki from: Eleven stores and other retailers where you see the myki signmajor train stations, such as Flinders Street Station and Southern Cross Stationmyki machines at metropolitan train stationsyour Android phone, via Google Payonline at Public Transport Victoriacalling 1800 800 007 (delivered to Australian addresses only). Once you have a valid myki, you are ready to travel. All you need to do is touch on at the myki reader (at entry / exit points at train stations and on board trams and buses) at the start of each trip.
The Melbourne zone map shows all transport zones in Melbourne. This zone map of Melbourne will allow you to know the prices of public transport of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne zones of transports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Melbourne free tram zone as its shown in Melbourne zone map includes the central city and Docklands, bounded by Spring Street, Flinders Street and La Trobe Street. The zone also includes Victoria Street, William Street and Elizabeth Street, surrounding the Queen Victoria Market. If you are only travelling in this zone, you do not need a myki, but travelling by train or bus still requires a valid ticket. If you are travelling in Zone 1+2, remember to touch on. You do not need to touch off. If you are just travelling in the city Free Tram Zone, do not touch on or off. If you are just travelling in Zone 2, touch on and off for a cheaper fare.
Melbourne regional zones determine the myki fares for regional trains and buses. Regional zones include as you can see in Melbourne zone map: Zone 1+2, but only if you are travelling to or from a regional station or stop. Zones 3 to 13the zone boundary overlap between any two consecutive zones. To find out which zone your station or stop is in, visit Regional myki zones. Fares are based on the number of zones you travel through, whether the travel is to or from Melbourne, and the ticket type.
The metropolitan area of Melbourne is divided into three zones: Free Tram Zone spans much of the Melbourne CBD. When traveling by TRAM within the zone, you do not need to pay for anything. For tourists, this is very useful because several tourist attractions are located within this zone. The Free Tram Zone is part of Zone 1. Zone 1 covers the city center and some suburbs in the outskirts of the city. Zone 2 covers the suburbs farther away from the city center including Werribee and Frankston. Melbourne zone map below illustrates this better. Stations along yellow lines are within Zone 1, while those in blue are within Zone 2.