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The public transportation bus network is run by several bus companies.
There are approximately 300 routes in operation.
Most of the bus network is part of the MIKI ticketing system (for more information see below)
The ticket, part of the Integrated Ticketing System, can be used between the different modes of public transport throughout the zones and times of the day.
Some local government councils operate a free community bus service in and around the local area...contact the local council for more details.
Melbourne's buses are a modern, safe, comfortable and affordable fun way of getting around.
They are operated by competent and friendly staff who are only too pleased to help you with your travel inquiries.
SmartBus is a premium bus service that has been designed to complement Melbourne’s train network, by providing cross-town connections along major arterial roads to ... train stations, tram lines , schools, universities, hospitals and shops.
SmartBus services run more often and for longer hours than most bus services. Melbourne City Council operates the Free City Shuttle Bus.
There is also a NightRider bus system that operates on Friday and Saturday nights.
Melbourne also has a series of 13 dedicated routes which operate after midnight on Friday and Saturday nights, a time when the suburban rail network does not run.
Public bus transport is easy to use in Melbourne as one ticket gives you flexible travel between the three types of transport.
This is called the Integrated Ticketing System and is run by Metlink.
All daily, multi-day and 2 hour tickets validated after 6pm can be used until 3am. When traveling on public transport you must always have a valid ticket.
If you do not have a valid ticket or refuse to show your ticket on request to an authorized officer, you may have committed an offence under the Transport (Compliance & Miscellaneous) Act 1983 or its Regulations.
The Melbourne hop-on, hop-off buses take a route that cover all the major Melbourne attractions such as Melbourne University, Federation Square and Docklands Stadium amongst others.
Explore and see the city’s major attractions, bustling laneways, cafes and beaches at your own leisure as you hop on and hop off at any of the 23 stops located in the city and surrounds including the popular seaside suburb of St Kilda.
Click the Banner Image Below for More Information and Booking Details
You can purchase tickets here on the official SkyBus website.
You can also purchase tickets from...
SkyBus runs 24/7 with day departures every 10 minutes.
The SkyBus Hotel Transfer Service is a free mini-bus service that transports you between selected hotels in central Melbourne and the SkyBus city terminal at Southern Cross Station (conditions apply).
It’s also suitable if you have restricted mobility.
For fare details click here.
Airport Shuttle Skybus
Hop on Hop off Sightseeing bus