Melbourne Trams with Route Maps

Trams are a major form of public transport in Melbourne, the capital city of the state of Victoria, Australia. As of May 2017, the Melbourne tramway network consists of 250 kilometres (160 miles) of double track, 493 trams, 24 routes, and 1,763 tram stops. The operator Yarra Trams claims the system is the largest operational urban tram network in the world.

Ticketing, public information and patronage promotion are undertaken by Victoria’s public transport body, Public Transport Victoria. The multi-modal integrated ticketing system, myki, currently operates across the tram network.


Using Melbourne Trams

In the CBD there is a free tram zone and no ticket or card is required, see the map further below.

For paid services, you have three options which are

  • use a ‘myki’ card which you can use to ‘tap on’ and ‘tap off’ with fares deducted from the card.
  • use a mobile ‘myki’ available for Andriod devices via the Google PayTM app.
  • myki Explorer pack which is a one-day unlimited use card perfect for travelers.


Melbourne Tram Maps

Melbourne’s Free Tram Zone

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Melbourne Tram Network

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Tram Routes

24 numbered routes operate with a regular schedule on Melbourne’s tram network. 


RouteTerminus AviaTerminus B
1Coburg EastBrunswick East – Carlton – City – South MelbourneSouth Melbourne Beach, Albert Park
3Melbourne University, CarltonCity – Balaclava – Caulfield North (weekdays)Malvern East
3aCity – St Kilda – Balaclava – Caulfield North (weekends)
5Melbourne University, Carlton (before 7:50 pm)City – Windsor – ArmadaleMalvern
5aOrrong & Dandenong Roads, Armadale (after 7:50 pm)[a]
6Moreland railway station, BrunswickBrunswick East – Carlton – City – Prahran – Armadale – MalvernGlen Iris
11West PrestonThornbury – Northcote – Fitzroy – CityVictoria Harbour, Docklands
12Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre, RichmondRichmond – East Melbourne – City – South Melbourne – Middle ParkFitzroy & Park Streets, St Kilda
16Melbourne University, CarltonCity – St Kilda – Balaclava – Caulfield North – Malvern – HawthornKew
19Coburg NorthBrunswick – ParkvilleFlinders Street railway station, City
30St Vincent’s Plaza, East MelbourneCityCentral Pier, Docklands
35The District Docklands Shopping CentreCityThe District Docklands Shopping Centre
48Balwyn NorthKew – Richmond – East Melbourne – CityVictoria Harbour, Docklands
57West MaribyrnongAscot Vale – Flemington – North MelbourneFlinders Street railway station, City
58Pascoe Vale SouthBrunswick West – Parkville – City – Southbank – South YarraToorak
59Airport WestEssendon – Moonee Ponds – Travancore – ParkvilleFlinders Street railway station, City
64Melbourne University, CarltonCity – Windsor – Armadale – CaulfieldBrighton East
67Melbourne University, CarltonCity – Balaclava – Elwood – Elsternwick – Caulfield – Glen HuntlyCarnegie
70Wattle Park, Surrey HillsCamberwell – Hawthorn – Richmond – CityThe District Docklands Shopping Centre
72Melbourne University, CarltonCity – Prahran – Toorak – Glen Iris – CamberwellDeepdene
75Vermont South Shopping CentreBurwood – Camberwell – Hawthorn – Richmond – CityCentral Pier, Docklands
78North RichmondSouth Yarra – Prahran – WindsorBalaclava
82Footscray railway stationMaribyrnong – Ascot ValeMoonee Ponds Junction
86RMIT University, BundooraPreston – Thornbury – Northcote – Collingwood – Fitzroy – CityThe District Docklands Shopping Centre
86aMelbourne Museum, FitzroyLa Trobe & Spencer Streets, City
96Brunswick EastCarlton – City – South Melbourne – Albert Park – St KildaSt Kilda Beach
109Box Hill Central Shopping CentreBalwyn – Kew – Richmond – East Melbourne – CityPort Melbourne


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