myki Visitor Pack

International and interstate visitors coming to Victoria can buy a myki Visitor Pack to travel on the public transport network in Melbourne and regional Victoria.

myki is your ticket to travel on trains, trams and buses. It is a durable smartcard that stores value and can be used over and over again.

Using myki is simple and gives you the flexibility to travel on trains, trams and buses all around Melbourne and on public transport in some regional centres.

The myki Visitor Pack includes:

  • a full fare, concession, child or seniors myki card, pre-loaded with enough value (myki money) for one day’s travel in Zone 1, which includes the entire tram network
  • discount offers at 15 attractions including Melbourne Aquarium, the National Sports Museum, Eureka Skydeck and Puffing Billy, saving visitors more than $100
  • a protective myki wallet designed by renowned Melbourne cartoonist Mark Knight
  • a public transport map and information on how to use myki.

When travelling on public transport you must always have a valid ticket and show it on request. If you do not have a valid ticket you may receive a fine.

Melbourne Airport 

You can use your myki to travel on bus routes 478, 479, 500 and 901 to and from Melbourne Airport. For more information, see airport buses.

Melbourne Airport is located in Zone 2 and your myki is loaded with enough myki money to travel for two hours in Zones 1 and 2. If you want to continue travelling on public transport, you will need to top up your myki. 

Visitors who are staying in Melbourne for less than seven days can top up their myki with myki money. Visitors who intend on staying in Melbourne for more than seven days should consider topping up their myki with myki pass.

Please note: myki is not available to use on SkyBus, which runs between Melbourne Airport and the city. To travel with SkyBus, you must buy a SkyBus ticket. For more information, see airport buses.

Buying a myki Visitor Pack

You can buy a myki Visitor Pack from the Melbourne Visitor Centre at Federation Square, SkyBus terminals at Melbourne Airport and Southern Cross Station and from the PTV Hub.

myki can also be purchased from the concierge desk at many hotels and accommodation providers. Ask at your hotel for the myki Visitor Pack.

Visitor pack costs

A full fare myki Visitor Pack costs $14 and includes $8 myki money for travel.

A concession, child or seniors myki Visitor Pack costs $7 and includes $4 myki money for travel.

Important information – 2014 discounts and attractions

The myki Visitor Pack includes discounts at 15 attractions that note an expiry date of 31 December 2013 – the expiry date for these attractions and offers has been extended to 31 March 2014.

Customers purchasing a myki Visitor Pack in 2014 will also be given a set of 2014 attractions and offers vouchers.

Just some of the new attractions for 2014 include:

  • Melbourne Star Observation Wheel
  • Medibank Icehouse
  • Sovereign Hill