This section provides you with the information to help you buy the right ticket for your journey.
You must make sure that you travel with a valid ticket on Victoria's public transport network.
|Metropolitan myki fares: Find out how much your metropolitan myki fare will cost.|
|Regional fares: Find out how much your regional fare will cost.|
|myki: myki is Melbourne's ticketing system. Find out everything you need to know about travelling with myki including how it works, where to buy it from and how to top up.|
|Metropolitan zones: Melbourne's public transport network is divided into two main fare zones.
|V/Line tickets: V/Line trains and coaches run between Melbourne and regional towns and cities. You need to buy a V/Line ticket to travel on these services.|
|Regional town bus ticketing: There are three categories of fares for regional buses including Category A, Category B and myki.|
|Refunds and replacements: Find out you can apply for ticket refunds and replacements.|
|Children on public transport: Children aged three years and under may travel free on public transport in Victoria, but they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.|
|Concessions: Concession tickets cost around half the full fare and are available for most ticket types. Find out who is eligible to travel on concession fares.|
|Free travel passes: Free travel passes are available to eligible customers and can be used on Victoria's public transport network subject to terms and conditions.|
|Customer compensation: Ticket refund arrangements may apply in the event of prolonged severe service disruption or industrial action.|
Community service organisations: Community service organisations can provide a Day Pass to individuals with a disability, or who experience severe disadvantage, where immediate access to public transport is needed.
|Victorian Fares and Ticketing Manual: The Victorian Fares and Ticketing Manual contains ticketing information for public transport services in Victoria.|