University of Melbourne

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Melbourne University
(Melbourne, Victoria - VIC, Australia)

Melbourne has a number of one-way streets and dead ends, which makes driving around the city confusing. Visitors can ride the tram or rent a car to check out the remote beaches and wildlife preserves. There are a number of car rentals available, and booking one can usually be done over the phone.

Travel by Air

The city of Melbourne is a major tourist site that receives more than 20 million visitors annually. It has its own airport, the Melbourne International Airport, that provides travel services and assistance to more than 17 million local and foreign visitors every year.

Melbourne Airport (MEL) Information - Useful information about Melbourne (MEL) Airport

Car Parking

More than 70 pay-parking sites are located in the city near shopping centres and other places of interest.

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Travel by Trains and Rail Travel

Tram travel is a popular and convenient way to navigate the city. Riding this historical tram is free of charge and it covers a central footprint within the city, ideal for short trips.

The main train station in Melbourne is the Flinders St. Station located at the corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets. Train schedules are from five in the morning until midnight.

Travel by Buses and Coach Travel

Travelling by bus or coach is also a great way to explore the city centre and the outlying areas. Buses are privatised, and bus stops are located all over the city.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis are widely available in the city, and they usually congregate outside Melbourne International Airport. Getting a taxi can be difficult during the peak commuting times of between seven and 10 in the morning and three and six in the afternoon. Visitors can also book a taxi by phone.

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