Melbourne is easy to explore by bike, tram, bus, train or taxi.​​​​​​​​​​​​​ The city's public transport network extends from the city centre in all directions, and there's even a free tram zone throughout the central city and Docklands.

If you’re driving, you’ll find parking in the city quick and safe, with more than 70,000 car spaces available. 

Two people looking at a large map of the Melbourne CBD.

Maps

Discover Melbourne with this range of central Melbourne maps or drop into a visitor hub for free visitor maps of Melbourne and Victoria.​

City Circle tram passing in front of Flinders Street Station.

Public transport

Explore the city with Melbourne's trams and extensive train and bus networks, with the free tram zone in the central city and Docklands making getting around a breeze.

A cyclist riding a bike in front of the RMIT building.

Cycling

Hop on a bike and enjoy a spin around Melbourne, which is proud to be a cycling-friendly city, w​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ith dedicated bike tracks and an impressive network of on-road bike lanes.

A Shared Zone sign and No Stopping sign next to Hosier Lane.

Parking and driving

Parking in the city is easy and safe​, with plenty of car spaces available.
Row of yellow taxis on a street and a tram in the background.

Taxis and rideshare

Taxis and ridesharing services make getting around Melbourne easy, with a number of taxi companies and ridesharing services operating within the city.

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Attractions and sights

Explore Melbourne's attractions, from laneways and street art to lush parks and grand galleries.

Walks and itineraries

These self-guided walks and itineraries will help you discover Melbourne's best sights.

Major events

From the Australian Open to the Melbourne Cup, major events take centre stage throughout the year.

Visitor centres

Get advice and recommendations at one of the four visitor centres in the city.