Free Tram Zone Melbourne covers the CBD and Docklands
The City's Free Tram Zone means you can get around without spending a cent.
The free tram zone in Melbourne provides an excellent way to easily get around the central business district without having to worry about paying for transportation. The free tram zone covers a large city area, including many major attractions. This makes it easy to visit multiple destinations without having to pay for each individual trip. Additionally, the free trams in Melbourne run frequently, so you can easily get where you need to go without having to wait long periods of time for transportation.
Crowne Plaza Melbourne is conveniently located within the Free Tram Zone. The city’s Free Tram route in Melbourne is especially handy if you’re travelling with kids or someone with limited mobility. Keep an eye and an ear out for announcements marking the end of the Free Tram Zone, at which point you will need a valid, topped-up myki card.
Our Concierge team is happy to assist in pointing you in the right direction to the Spencer Street tram stop! Plus, be sure to check out the free tram zone Melbourne map to plan your route ahead of time.
Guests at Crowne Plaza Melbourne can take advantage of the Free Tram Zone to visit popular attractions such as Federation Square, the Melbourne Aquarium, and the Royal Botanic Gardens. Trams in the Free Tram route Melbourne run regularly throughout the day, making it easy to explore the city no matter when you visit.
It's important to note that while tram travel is free within the Free Tram Zone, passengers still need to touch on and off with their Myki smart card when travelling outside of the zone. If you’re unsure of where the boundaries are, you can check out this free tram zone Melbourne map.
City Circle Tram
For a unique experience, climb aboard the historic City Circle Tram (route 35) and receive a few lessons about the history, layout and architecture that has shaped the world’s most liveable city. You’ll also get to experience Melbourne’s most historic W-Class tram. This free and convenient service provides visitors to Melbourne with an audio commentary detailing city landmarks and major attractions such as Melbourne Aquarium, Princess Theatre, Parliament House and Federation Square.
City Circle Trams operate in both directions along Flinders Street approximately every 30 minutes between 10 am and 6 pm from Sunday to Wednesday and between 10 am and 9 pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, excluding Christmas Day and Good Friday. Whether travelling on the City Circle Tram or making the most of access to the free tram zone in Melbourne, access to the city has never been easier.