Melbourne Official Visitors Guide
Travel on Buses, Trains & Trams using a MYKI
Everyone using public transport in Melbourne requires a myki card. The reusable smart card is easy to use. Simply top up before your journey and then touch on and touch off at a myki reader as you travel.
You can buy and top up your myki at close to 800 retailers including all 7-Eleven stores, the ticket office window at Premium Stations and staffed V/Line commuter stations, from a myki machine (full fare myki cards only) located at all train stations and major tram and bus interchanges.
Myki Visitor Pack International and interstate visitors coming to Victoria can buy a myki visitor pack to travel on the public transport network in Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Download the myki explorer pack brochure HERE The myki visitor pack includes: a full fare, concession, child or seniors myki card, pre-loaded with enough value (myki money) for one day’s travel in Zone 1, which includes the entire tram network discount offers at 15 attractions including Melbourne Aquarium, the National Sports Museum, Eureka Skydeck and Puffing Billy, saving you more than $130 a protective myki wallet designed by renowned Melbourne cartoonist Mark Knight a public transport map and information on how to use myki.
When travelling on public transport you must always have a valid ticket and show it on request. If you do not have a valid ticket you may receive a fine.
Visitor Pack Costs
A full fare myki visitor pack costs $14 and includes $8 myki money for travel.
A concession, child or seniors myki visitor pack costs $7 and includes $4 myki money for travel.