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Melbourne Visitor Shuttle ‑ CLOSED

Melbourne, Australia
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About Melbourne Visitor Shuttle
Explore the city on board the Melbourne Visitor Shuttle. Ride in air-conditioned comfort and hop on and off at any of the 13 stops along the route. Be taken to bustling markets, cultural precincts, lush gardens, shopping arcades, sporting stadiums and more. Make use of the free Wi-Fi on your journey while you listen to the audio commentary that shares stories of the city’s past and present. Tickets can be purchased online or from the following locations: - Melbourne Visitor Centre at Federation Square - Fitzroy Gardens Visitor Centre - Melbourne Airport - Ticket machines located at each stop (please note machines only accept credit cards or coins) HOURS OF OPERATION: The first service leaves stop 1 at 9.30am and the last at 3.45pm (excluding shuttle closure days). FREQUENCY: Every 30 minutes, full journey takes approximately 90 minutes FREE SERVICE DAYS As some stops are closed during major events, the Melbourne Visitor Shuttle runs a free service on the following days: Australia Day - 26 January 2016 Moomba Parade - 14 March 2016 Run for the Kids - 20 March 2016 Grand Final Parade – 30 September 2016 Melbourne Cup Parade – 31 October 2016 Tickets purchased the day before a free service day will be valid for the day after the free day.
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jan 2018
Sydney, Australia31064 contributions67519 helpful votes
The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle was a great way to see the city. I don't know why it has now stopped, but we used it on several of our visits to Melbourne and it was fantastic.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Doc Holliday wrote a review Jan 2018
Adelaide, Australia215 contributions110 helpful votes
As of September 2017 this service is closed. The website directs users to other services such as the free tram zone and sight seeing tours.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Geoffrey B wrote a review Jun 2017
Gosford, Australia10 contributions1 helpful vote
Value for money way to see other areas of Melbourne City not covered by the Inner Circle tram. Commentary on points of interest during 90 min.trip. $10.00 ticket is good for 2 days with hop on-hop off feature.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Vudh wrote a review Jun 2017
Bangkok, Thailand37 contributions12 helpful votes
Yes , circle tram was free but for me who had 1 kid together was not comfortable . This bus had 2 routes or 2 loops . I bought the tickets from the machine in front of the cathedral at Federal Square . Easy to buy but accepted credit card only . Because the route was like a loop , so there will not have bus passing by at the opposite side of the road . That means if you want to board the bus at Fed Square , you have to buy tickets and wait for the bus in front of the cathedral only . The tickets will be valid for 2 consecutive days .
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Date of experience: April 2017
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3boyz wrote a review May 2017
Melbourne, Australia183 contributions42 helpful votes
Wow what a gem this is. A 90 minute hop on hop off journey around Melbourne for 2 days for only $10!! This would have to be the cheapest (besides the free city circle tram in Melbourne) sightseeing tour in the world. It stops at 13 key locations around Melbourne from the Shrine/Royal Botanic Gardens all the way to Docklands. You can get off and on as you would expect and there is recorded commentary as well as commentary from the driver(s), who give an extra flavour to the experience. I think this is a great initiative from the 'most liveable city on the world' and really highlights everything Melbourne has to offer as well as giving an insight into the history of the city. A definite recommend.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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