Included extra travel
Many V/Line tickets include access to other public transport services at no extra cost:
Metropolitan MelbourneYour valid myki or V/Line paper ticket covers your travel on Melbourne's metropolitan trains, trams and buses. If you depart from or arrive into Zone 1 (including Melbourne), your free access will be for Zones 1+2.
If you depart from or arrive into Zone 2, your free access will be for Zone 2 only.
If you've travelled on a V/Line long distance train or coach with a paper ticket, your one way (single) ticket includes one hour's free travel either side of your V/Line journey. All other ticket types, including Day Return, include free travel all day.
V/Line trains stop at some metropolitan railway stations. To check the stopping pattern for your service, please view the timetable or ask your conductor or a station staff member.
Regional town buses
You can also use your myki or V/Line paper ticket to travel some on local town buses (excludes privately operated services), if you travel from or to one of the stations listed below:
You must have your V/Line paper ticket with you when you board the bus. Present your ticket to the bus driver who will endorse it. V/Line paper tickets are not available from bus drivers.
- North Geelong
- South Geelong
When travelling with myki remember to touch on and touch off to have a valid ticket and to pay the correct fare for your journey.
- Metro - Melbourne's metropolitan rail network operator.
Yarra Trams - The operator of Melbourne's tram network.
Public Transport Victoria - Your one stop shop for information and feedback on public transport. Check with PTV for details about fares, ticketing, timetables and planning your journey.